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M. Scott Brauer

M. Scott Brauer

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Profession: Photographer
Location: Boston, Massachusetts , United States ( BOS )
Home base: Boston, Massachusetts
URL: http://www.mscottbrauer.com/
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Languages spoken: English, Russian
Journal: http://www.dvafoto.com/
AIM/iChat: mscottbrauer
Skype: M m.scott.brauer
Google Talk: scott.brauer@gmail.com
Mobile phone (while in Boston, Massachusetts): •••••••• (private)
Mobile phone: 917-512-3473
Home phone: 406-788-5137
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Last login: 4 months ago
Member since: 24 Jun 2005 16:06


email: scott.brauer@gmail.com
phone: 917-512-3473



M. Scott Brauer. pp. last page, Jun 2006. In Focus - New American Farmers Colorlines , pp. last page. Jun 2006.
M. Scott Brauer. New York Times (daily) , pp. G10, Mar 9 2006. "Muscles on Fire? Balms to Douse the Pain" New York Times (daily) , pp. G10. Mar 9 2006.
M. Scott Brauer. New York Times (daily) , pp. g, Feb 23 2006. "C'mon, Pooch, Get With the Program" New York Times (daily) , pp. g. Feb 23 2006.
M. Scott Brauer. New York Times (daily) , pp. G1, G12, Dec 8 2005. "If you build a squash court, they will come" New York Times (daily) , pp. G1, G12. Dec 8 2005.
M. Scott Brauer. New York Times (daily) , pp. G1, G8, Nov 17 2005. "Wrestling With Tradition: Keep Your Shirt On" New York Times (daily) , pp. G1, G8. Nov 17 2005.
M. Scott Brauer. New York Times (daily) , pp. G1,G8, Nov 3 2005. "After the 9 to 5, the office plays" New York Times (daily) , pp. G1,G8. Nov 3 2005.


Recent Post

Ugly terms in National Geo My Montana photo contest

I think we’ve had posts about bad National Geographic photo contest terms before, and I think we’ve gotten a good response from the organization. I’ve just noticed one of their recent contests, My Montana, has an egregious rights grab in the entry rules. I wish I could say I was surprised to see a contest be such a bad deal for photographers, but I am saddened to see an organization such as National Geographic, which has been such a supportive force in photography, do this with their contests. I’d love to submit to the contest, as I’ve a long-family connection to Montana, but as it stands, it’d be bad for me to submit.

Specifically, Section 4 of the rules at http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mymontana/files/NationalGeographicMyMontanaPhotoContestOfficialRules.pdf state: “Submission of an entry grants Sponsor and their agents a license and right to use, publish, adapt, edit and/or modify such entry in any way, in whole or in part, and to use such entry alone or in combination with other works, as solely determined by Sponsor, in commerce and trade and in any and all media now known or hereafter discovered, worldwide, including but not limited to the Website, without limitation or compensation to the Entrant and without right of notice, review or approval of any such use of the entry.”

Does anyone know anyone involved with the contest that we could talk to?

15 Nov 2011 19:11 | 0 replies


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