Stock Rules and Such

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My rules are minimal.

*Absolutely NOTHING perverted or sexual. I don't want to come across an image of mine manipulated to display something brutally offensive. If you break this rule I will remove all my stock.

*Images may be used on and off DA, for contests prints pretty much wherever and however you want. Just please credit and always send me a link. The best part about stock is seeing what others create with it.

*You may use my stock in work you're trying to sell on or off line or for prints. You may also use for commercial work. However, you must manipulate it in some way to be able to do this. If you can credit me great, if not thats fine. Be fair and don't claim any of my stock as your own.

*Most all my images can be used for stock unless its a manipulation with another persons art in it.

*Sometimes I forget to change the creative commons license before I submit, doesn't matter still fair game to use as you please.

I take requests so if there is something particular you're looking for I'll try and create it. Timeline is usually within a week, however it depends on the image and what I have going on at the time. Winter is crazy for me because I snowboard - a lot. I have some requests I'm finishing up now however in the future a donation or some extra cash would be nice for requests. I'm not working and it does take time and effort.

I have a limited supply of costumes so donations are always welcome. Like I said I'm kinda broke right now.

Most of my images are self portraits, I use a tripod and remote. Sometimes they come out grainy or blurred slightly when viewed close up, this happens most often with the action shots outside because I shoot with a high shutter speed and high ISO. I use noise ninja to help with this but close still doesn't always look as clear as it does far away, just like  monet

If you have any questions just email.

Thanks you for looking and as always keep on creating!

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