Photography Credits and the InterWebs

Posted on October 24, 2008 by


Some time ago I bought Kenn Thomas’ PARAPOLITICS book and discovered that I’d become a published photographer … though uncredited. It was a still picture of John Judge from a video I’d shot at the COPA conf in Dallas in 2002 (below).

Yesterday I heard part of Alex Jones’ interview with JFK researcher Bob Groden.

And what do I discover at today … they used my still shot from that same 2002 COPA conference.

Alex talks with Robert J. Groden, author, photographer, and JFK assassination expert. Groden’s books include JFK: The Case for Conspiracy, The Killing of a President: The Complete Photographic Record of the JFK Assassination, and The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald: A Comprehensive Photographic Record. Alex also discusses the issues of the day and takes your calls.”

You can find out more about that interview here and there is a free mp3 archive of the interview available online as well. 

I’m sure it won’t be there much longer since they undoubtedly have new guests lined up for today, Friday. But what the heck. I’ve grabbed it with a screen capture for posterity.

And at least they sweetened the pic with some color tweaks.

SMiles Lewis

Professional (though uncredited) Photographer.