This is barefootliam
's stock account. Or it could be a sock account.
I've just started uploading some content you can buy with deviantart points or with money. Is it too expensive? too cheap? would you rather pay by going barefoot for a few days? (I doubt it!) let me know.
*what sort of content would you buy?*Stock Terms and Conditions
You can use the images here in any work on DeviantArt (including prints) without needing any permission or paying any fee.
When you use a stock item, put a link to your work in a comment on the item's page, and link back to it from the description of your own work.
If you forgot the exact link, put a link to your work on barefootliam-stock
's page, and link back to that page from your work.
You can use the pieces non-commercially for any purpose whatsoever; again I'd like a link back if possible.
I'll add your work to the favourites on this account so that people can see how the stock was used.
You can use the pieces commercially, but in this case you must also send me a copy, and the cost is that you must go barefoot for a day, i.e. all the time for 24 hours entirely. Ok, I'm weird. Live with it.Use the download link by the image for the full-sized image in most cases
Somel of the original photographs (before I cleaned them up) are also available from www.holoweb.net/~liam/pictures…
- often in higher resolution and mostly public domain (so you can use them commercially if you like without having to go barefoot for a day!) but I also spent a lot of time processing these images to clean them up. You can also search the pictures
there, which is good because there are well over ten thousand of them.
If you don't want to go barefoot but you have used my stock, and e.g. want to make a print or to exhibit in a gallery, contact me at barefootliam
and we'll work something out.
I do take requests for photos. Send a note to barefootliam
or email me (liam at holoweb dot net) mentioning the colour of your socks. After January 2007 the photos were taken with a Canon digital rebel SLR rather than with the Casio point-and-shoot, and are higher quality. If necessary I may be able to re-shoot some of the older pictures on request.
You might also like my other Web site with over 3,000 pictures from old books