An honest chef, with honest photos!

If a person posts someone else's music, but says it's his own, that's infringement. If a person posts someone else's poetry, but says that she wrote it, it's plagiarism... so what about chefs & caterers who post photos of food on their website, gallery page or brochures? If those photos are stock photography or copied from another website, are they misrepresenting themselves?

All food photos on are pictures of my own work.

Some of my competitors, however, seem to think it's OK that the images on their websites are not dishes they have made themselves. Want to see if someone is posting stock photography & others' food images, and passing them off as his/her own work? It's easy!

  1. Google Image Search
  2. TinEye
  3. Image Raider
  4. ...and a few more Image Search Engines

Not only can I make everything you see on my website,
I HAVE made everything you see on my website!

Huntsville in home chef

Chef JoAnna says:

I remember being six years old, standing in my Aunt Maria's kitchen in Chicago. She always used fresh basil, fresh oregano, fresh everything. I remember thinking, "I wish I could eat like this for the rest of my life." Read moreтАж