Imagine taking a photo, adding it to your Flickr account and forgetting about it. It suddenly starts cropping up on T-Shirts, magazines, posters, canvases and prints around the world – sold by people that won’t attribute the shot to you and don’t share the money made from your photo.
This is the incredible story of Noam Galai who’s work is popular in over 40 countries around the world and didn’t know it.
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