I recently changed all of my images on flicker from being 100% copyrighted to being accessible via Creative Commons allowing for anyone to use my images, as long at they credit me for the photo and don't use it for commercialized purposes.
What changed my attitude toward copyrights where the way that photographers Thomas Hawk and Trey Ratcliff broke it down in some of their [email protected] lectures, arguing that if you want people to see your work you have to make it more visible and what better way to do this then let the world use it for whatever, where ever.
I'm not going to explain how Creative Commons work, they do a pretty good job in this video.
Keywords: Creative Commons, Thomas Hawk, Trey Ratcliff, copyrights, sharing media
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