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Permission required?


Hello, I'm currently working on a short article (somewhat a summary for your book) to be posted in my blog (in Arabic). However, because of the lack of material from my side, I would love to take examples for each assignment from your website to be displayed in the post when it is due - if done, a mention for the resource will be due of course (as the article is already a summary of your book in the first place). Thus, I'd kindly like to request a permission to use some shots from this website. Thanks! TJ


TJ, this sounds like a very nice project. The copyright for images on this site is retained by the photographers. As a registered user you can contact them directly for permission to use their work.

Does a picture necessarily fit in one category?


Is it possible that a picture we take doesn't fully fit in one of the category? Or could it be that it fits in several categories? Sometimes I take a picture and I am not able to say what attracted my eye the most, sometimes it is just a little bit everything, a general scene...


Of course that's the case. The point of the catagories is that we are proposing a set of training assignments, and when people do the assignments, they submit images correspond to the assignment catagory.