Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Jan. 26


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Jan. 26. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

I think she likes our Polaris Ranger more than I do! #farmdog #polarisranger

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Giving Credit – Julia @juju_selman gathers up a fence post to close a gate on our way back in. . Jokingly, I said to her, “I won’t help you, but I’ll take pictures of you!” – of course, in the end, I lent a hand and she closed up the gate. Buttoning up your images and receiving attribution isn’t as easy as closing a gate though. . Look at my story, a picture taken how long ago of Pres Bush and the First Lady, and on the back a stamp instructions to credit David Valdez @davidvaldezusa the Official White House Photographer. . Many accounts will repost your work and provide attribution, while others, not so. Generally speaking, it’s polite. Legally speaking, it’s not required. However, it could be argued that the simple act of reposting without permission could be seen as copyright infringement. . Here’s the link that Instagram provides to report violations: . In my next blog post I’ll be going into detail about this, be sure to DM me your email to get on my list! Thank you to all that DM me and watch for my work, I sure appreciate you! . Finally, show some love for David Valdez and his dedication to this country, go give him a follow. ?ISO100, f4, 1/3200s @ 16mm ?Canon 5D3 Lens – 16-35mm f2.8L #ranch #ranchlife #ranching #western #americanwest #westernphotography #westernhorseman #workingranchmagazine #americancowboy #utah #utahphotographer #aqha #aqhaproud #cowboy #horse #cowboyhat #photography #photography101 #canon #canonusa #teamcanon #canonbringit #wideangle #whitehousephotographer #attribution #givingcredit #givingcreditwhereitsdue #fencepost #copyright

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