Re: The International Library of Photography


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Posted by Joannie (205.188.209.48) on December 21, 2003 at 17:25:41:

I entered a photo last year, to be published Spring 2003. I did not order the book or so-called award certificate. I figured that if the book would actually be published, I would be able to get one, and preview it first, through either Amazon or Barnes & Noble. The name of it was to be "Windmills of Wonder". I have been unable to find it through any other source, except "The International Library of Photography. Now, when I go to www.picture.com & search on my name, my photo is there and it is now to be available in a different book, to be published 1/31/03--Possible typo on their website, however, they actually list an ISBN # 0-7951-5202-7. When I search Barnes & Noble and Amazon on this, I am unable to find it, but plan to try again early February 2004. I felt this could be a scam from the start, yet my photo meant a lot to me. From a trip I took to France in 2001. You, too, oh reader of this message, may want to continue to check this ISBN number and see what you may find. I would also suggest that you continue to search their website for your name. We all need luck, I think, in these instances. Only fortunately for me,I am not out any money. I share the interest in photography as art--and how we choose to express ourselves--is art!

Editor's Note: More than 100 messages were posted regarding the International Library of Photography (ILP) photo contest in the last few months. We have combined those messages into three pages, with some background and contact information on this company. >> International Library of Photography thread


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