Close-up photo of a black swan processed with deep blue tones.
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Okay, let me get this straight... This image you uploaded to stockvault some years ago cause I have on my hard drive so, how was I able to get this image without any of your creative common attributions? I mean you were sharing it at stockvault for free right?
Anyways, great shot. Superbly taken. The legal stuff not quite so sure.
Sorry for the late response, I haven't been very active on dA lately. You're right, most of the images I submit here can be found on stockvault for free, but with one big difference: My stockvault images are typically much smaller in resolution, and therefore as I see with more limited use. This is primarily meant to deter image thieves from accessing my high res images.
So you could use the smaller images without attribution, but for example if I see them being uploaded as is on a PoD (Print on Demand) website like redbubble or society6, then I would start to get suspicious. Nothing for the average joe to worry about, most honest artists know better than to submit someone else's work and claim as their own. I don't make it a habit either to chase after people for copyright infringement, unless of course I see serious abuse.
Anyways thank you for appreciating the photo 🙏
I forgot when I wrote this. XD Then again am bit light headed from work. Anyways, I wasn't too far off from my initial assumption. Either way it doesn't matter now. I think its a wonderful shot. Superbly taken. BTW, I appreciate you explaining your intentions. xD
Thanks again I've had a soft spot for this photo ever since I captured it back in 2008. So much so, I had commissioned a fellow dA artist to paint it for me in watercolor.
Happy to see she still has the painting published on her account as you might see from the thumbnail above. A wonderfully talented artist for that matter, feel free to check out more of Lucie's beautiful paintings at https://www.deviantart.com/lucieon