NOT everything on the internet is "public domain"
To the contrary, the vast majority of the images, graphics, writing, music, etc., that is online is copyrighted to someone. Photographers and artists in general have the exclusive right to reproduce their work (right to control the making of copies). This means that unless you have permission from the artist/photographer, you CANNOT:
- Copy or reproduce the work (such as print or electronic reproduction of a photograph or a text);
- Create derivative works from the photographs/text
- Distribute or market copies of the work (such as posting digital copy on the Internet, selling posters or postcards, or copy prints of the image);
- Publicly display the work (putting them online, or in a museum or a gallery).
Even small levels of infringement—copying a photo without permission—can have a devastating impact on a photographer’s ability to make a living.
Copyright infringements—reproducing photos without permission—can result in civil and criminal penalties.
The only allowed use of the photographs displayed on this website are brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law. For permission requests, write to the artist.
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