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Re: using other people's photos

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: using other people's photos
  • From: laurief laurief@paulbunyan.net
  • Date: Tue, 10 Dec 02 12:26:47 -0600

>I don't know what others might think, but to me, it seems inappropriate to 
use other 
>people's photos without their specific permission and without crediting the 

I couldn't agree more!  The only photos anyone has any right to publish 
are those owned by the publisher or for which the publisher has acquired 
written permission from the owner.  Personally, I have no problem with 
folks who download my photos for their own personal use and records, but 
I DO have a problem with people who publish my photos in any format 
without my permission, especially if they do so on a commercial website 
to promote their own commercial sales.  I am quite happy to sell 
publication rights to commercial entities who want to use my photos to 
market their irises, but I'm not inclined to give away my work to 
increase someone else's profits.

>Janice, my browser software isn't recent enough to access your slide show, 
but I suggest 
>you yank it and add credits to each photo you've borrowed

Better yet, yank it and remove all photos not owned by you until and 
unless you have acquired written permission from the owners of the photos 
you wish to use.


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