A short while ago, this site and many others, led by Stella Kramer at Stellazine, protested the efforts by insurance giant AIG and US Airways to suppress photographer Stephen Mallon's Flight 1549 recovery pictures. Thanks to pressure from bloggers and from individuals, AIG and US Airways have relented, and allowed Stephen to publish the pictures again—with, in a few cases, the "US Airways" logo Photoshopped out of the pictures.
See the set at Stephen's site (go to Portfolios —> BACK ONLINE! THE SALVAGE OF FLIGHT 1549).
(Thanks to Stephen and KC)
Featured Comment by Dave Kee: "It was common practice in the early days of commercial aviation for an airline to physically paint over its logo on a crashed plane, and China Airlines did it as recently as 2007. Photoshop is so much easier."
Featured Comment by Gavin McLelland: "I do stuff a bit like this, heavy lift; we run a vessel with two 7000 tonne cranes and I've tried taking photos of the work but never succeeded in any satisfactory way. He really manages to capture the operation and the people. I can smell the gas axes and cable grease."