1- Go to the following [link]
2- Save the picture or check its properties. You will get “Samir-Geagea-at-Bkerkeh-photo-Aldo-Ayoub-18_resize-640×360“.
I didn’t know Samir Geagea is the english translation of Ø§Ù„Ø¨Ø·Ø±ÙŠØ±Ùƒ Ø§Ù„Ø±Ø§Ø¹ÙŠ.
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Photographers macro rename photos. All that is saying:
The album title is “Samir Geagea at Bkerkeh” which probably means that it was taken during his visit to Bkerkeh. The photo will eventually not have a title of whom in it! Other part of the title is photographer, pic number in the album (18) and resolution.
also aldo ayoub is LF’s photographer
they have such a stupid webmaster lol. hahaha i just cant take this anymore 😛
I thought no politics on the blog but your true colors showed out of this article and comments… Again the name means nothing…
Dude what’s political about this topic? That Annahar phoograph put the wrong name on the picture? Isn’t that misleading for people reading this?
Toz bi all the politicians in Lebanon
Be easy on the guy, you should see what I name my photos. Other than the fact they’re full of spelling mistakes sometimes they’re the exact opposite of what i would be talking about.
Najib, it is on a website and the photo name is transparent to people. People do not have the right to save a pic from the web anyway, these are copyrighted.
An album has the name of the “event” not a person, this is not a mistake, nor a misspelling. It is simply the event name. Imagine a journalist photographer who takes a thousand pics everyday having to give each pic the name of the person in it. So this is not a mistake, it is the name of the event.
You have the right to use the picture as long as you reference it and the event was not Samir Geagea’s visit to Bkerke.
Actually that’s not true. You don’t have the right to use the picture unless the photographer has allowed the usage. It’s like saying I can make a copy of Avatar and give it to a friend as long as I tell him who directed the movie.
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