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Photographers (or anyone else) should exercise caution when dealing
with Woodside (aka, Woodside International Literary Agency).  They are
the subject of numerous lawsuits and have been accused of exploiting
screenwriters who sent material to them.
 
Also, they spam the Internet indiscriminately with their
solicitations.
 
 
P.S. Screen-L does not normally post messages from Woodside but this
new tactic (asking for photographers) slipped through our moderating
system while we were in the process of training a new moderator.
 
>Date:    Mon, 29 Sep 1997 11:30:32 -0500
>From:    [log in to unmask]
>Subject: ALL PHOTOGRAPHERS
>
>Representing Photographers! We are accepting amateur and professional
>photographers looking to have their work published in magazines, books, etc.
>Why not make money at what you love to do?
>
>Our main office is in New York and we are international.
>What to send and where to send it.
>
>Send some samples of your work, and please include a self-addressed, stamped
>envelope.
>All form of photography OK.
>
>Photo International
>3329 58 Street>>>>>>>>>
>Wood Side/New York>>>>
>11377>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>Tele:941-6429660
 
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Jeremy Butler
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ScreenSite http://www.sa.ua.edu/ScreenSite
Telecommunication & Film/University of Alabama/Tuscaloosa
 
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