I've written a book. It's just gone off to the publisher. It's called Amazing Diving Stories.
There are 65 stories, most of which I have witnessed in some way.
I wrote to a few participants too get a few quotes.
The wife of one wrote back saying I couldn't use that particular story because they owned it.
I know about intellectual property but do they really think they can own an incident?
Edited by John Bantin, 26 November 2011 - 01:21 AM.
I buy my own photographic kit. Diving equipment manufacturers and diving services suppliers get even-handed treatment from me whether they choose to advertise in the publications I write for or not. All the equipment I get on loan is returned as soon as it is finished with. Did you know you can now get Diver Mag as an iPad/Android app?