Photographers Markus Klinko and Indrani have a bone to pick with Vogue China.
The photographing duo shot a 10 page spread with actress/model China Chow for the magazine's latest issue and agreed to collaborate with Chow's artist friend Richard Phillips.
Phillips ended up using one of their shots and turned it into a "painting", but failed to credit Markus & Indrani.
The two were understandably pissed since it was their original image and they went out of their way to make Richard look good.
But after threatening to take legal action against the Phillips, the artist had a change of heart and sent out a clarification tweet:
"The painting I made of China Chow for Vogue China was based on an image by Markus Klinko & Indrani."
Kinda weak, but at least it's something.
[Images courtesy of Vogue China.]