In a dramatic turn around Yahoo owned Flickr have decided to cease selling Creative Commons licensed photographs through their Wall Art service. Bowing to pressure from many on-line photographers Yahoo have accepted that selling Creative Commons photographs went against the spirit of CC Licensing. So where does that leave “Say It With A Camera”? I have decided to bring back the CC license on photographs which appear on my blog with the continuing proviso that they cannot be used for Commercial purposes. Clicking on any photograph will generally link to my Flickr Account where you can download the photograph at a maximum width of no more that 1280 pixels, suitable for web use, desktop wallpapers, etc
Photographs by Mike Hardisty appearing in “Say It With A Camera” are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at https://mikehardisty.wordpress.com/licensing/.
- Can You Revoke a Creative Commons License? (plagiarismtoday.com)
- Flickr Stops Selling Prints Of Photos Licensed For Free Use (consumerist.com)
- Flickr Wall Art removes Creative Commons prints (dpreview.com)
- Flickr photographers jump ship after Yahoo says it will sell photos (dailydot.com)