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Uncle Pete

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« on: April 06, 2018, 12:20 »
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http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/denver-post-publishes-photo-wrong-park-coors-field-guide-article-1.3918457

This image of Citzens Bank Park was published in the Denver Post under an article that was supposed to be a guide to Coors Field. (Michael Heiman/Getty Images)

Or does this mean the original photo from Getty was misidentified by the Denver Post? Why does the caption show Getty as the source then, with photo credits to
Michael Heiman - Senior Director, Editorial Operations at Getty Images? Kind of odd all over, because it's a Getty Photo in both cases.

Just makes me wonder where they got the misidentified photo in the first place. Like... a stock site with spammed up keywords?  :)



ShadySue

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« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2018, 13:16 »
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http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/denver-post-publishes-photo-wrong-park-coors-field-guide-article-1.3918457

This image of Citzens Bank Park was published in the Denver Post under an article that was supposed to be a guide to Coors Field. (Michael Heiman/Getty Images)

Or does this mean the original photo from Getty was misidentified by the Denver Post? Why does the caption show Getty as the source then, with photo credits to
Michael Heiman - Senior Director, Editorial Operations at Getty Images? Kind of odd all over, because it's a Getty Photo in both cases.

Just makes me wonder where they got the misidentified photo in the first place. Like... a stock site with spammed up keywords?  :)


In this case, the photo is here on Getty:
https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/license/77189974
It's correctly tagged. That tog has several images of Citizens Bank Park on Getty (and one of Coors Park).
Whoever's fault it is, it doesn't seem to be Getty's this time.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2018, 08:46 »
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http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/denver-post-publishes-photo-wrong-park-coors-field-guide-article-1.3918457

This image of Citzens Bank Park was published in the Denver Post under an article that was supposed to be a guide to Coors Field. (Michael Heiman/Getty Images)

Or does this mean the original photo from Getty was misidentified by the Denver Post? Why does the caption show Getty as the source then, with photo credits to
Michael Heiman - Senior Director, Editorial Operations at Getty Images? Kind of odd all over, because it's a Getty Photo in both cases.

Just makes me wonder where they got the misidentified photo in the first place. Like... a stock site with spammed up keywords?  :)


In this case, the photo is here on Getty:
https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/license/77189974
It's correctly tagged. That tog has several images of Citizens Bank Park on Getty (and one of Coors Park).
Whoever's fault it is, it doesn't seem to be Getty's this time.


Yeah, I suspected that with the name and the person who got credit. I just didn't find the original. Of course lets say it had a wrong tag, how long do you think it would take the Senior Director of Editorial to make the correction? I'd agree, someone at the Post screwed up. I suppose they didn't notice the big red Phillies sign next to the scoreboard?  ;D

Does make me wonder, how it happened and it's kind of funny. Description says Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia, there's a lead. Guy who downloaded it search Getty for Colorado Rockies...



 

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