About Samuel Lewis / ImageReflex


Achziv Sunset
Image © 1991, Samuel Lewis. Located on the Mediterranean a few miles south of the Israeli/Lebanese border, barbed wire on the beach at Achziv, Israel, mars what would otherwise be one of the more picturesque and popular resort areas in the Middle East, and reflects the reality that whatever peace exists is at best tenuous.


With my beginnings as a photojournalist, I bring the same journalistic approach to creating sports-related images. Over the last twenty-five years, I have worked for a variety of news-gathering organizations, performed extensive contract work including for several major universities, and my images have appeared in a wide variety of publications. I am based in South Florida.
 
I have covered FIU sports extensively since 2005, and now have over 40,000 images available in a searchable library. If you have difficulty locating a specific image or ordering prints, please contact me for assistance.

If you're interested, you might read my recent article entitled Click on the Dotted Line published in the April 2013 Digital Photo Pro Magazine. You can also read my older articles entitled or regarding Arbitration Friend Or Foe? (published November 2012), Stealing Inspiration (published August 2012), Laws In Collision (published June 2012), The Fair Use Quandary (published January 2012), Stay On Track (published November 2011), Vigilantes, Beware (published July/August 2011), It's Not A Winning Ticket (published April 2011), Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (published January/February 2011), Creative Commons In Practice (published November 2010), tips for avoiding rights grabs (published October 2010), trademark registration issues (published August 2010), basic trademark issues (published June 2010), model releases and right of publicity issues (published February 2010), fair use issues (published December 2009), contract issues (published November 2009), insurance issues (published July/August 2009), DMCA Takedown Notices (published March/April 2009), the "Orphan Works" legislation (published December 2008) and copyright infringement issues (published November 2008).

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