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No Photos 14th Dec 2015
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I read your Frequently Asked Question prior to, and didn't actually buy the argument. And I think anyone who does reblog one of your images is far more likely to cut off a frame with your www.euvepro.org - www.euvepro.org - URL on it than they would be a frame with an appropriate artist credit tag on it. After all some bloggers might feel an ethical compulsion to maintain the artist information, but I question any feel an ethical compulsion to promote your website. If downloading is permitted, how do I do that? I like to have things in my computer system independent from internet connection.2nd: I noticed you criticism of the Carmenica Diaz site. I thought you were a little severe. Ms Diaz, to her credit, goes to fantastic discomforts to acknowledge the artists featured on her site and where this is not understood, asks her readers for any information they may have, so recognition can be provided at a later date. I am pleased with the trouble she takes with this and I can cope with a few frames around the images!I do like the Carmenica Diaz website, which is why it's noted here. She's published some intriguing material and done some good interviews. But I stand by my comments around including the image borders. It's obnoxious. In most cases the borders are bigger and more obvious than the watermark the original material developer opted to include. And if everyone started modifying the images they were simply re-posting life would be a lot more difficult for all of us.Then go for it, if you feel like connecting to my site in that way. It's your blog site. Put whatever you want there. Plainly you're not too courteous, considering that you felt free to put this remark here. I actually stated absolutely nothing about you personally, I only commented on a particular practice and style of blogging. In contrast your comment was an extremely personal attack. Anybody writing this comment cannot make too many claims on politeness., if I emailed someone everytime I saw a blog site comment/caption/style that I wasn't personally a fan of then I 'd never get any posts composed. I 'd spend my whole life in email. Then feel free to leave a remark here (or email me or whatever) to explain it, if you have a particular reason for providing photos a particular way. Pleased to chat about it or be informed. However just leaving a remark saying I'm wrong without anything else doesn't truly assist change my mind.

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