from Bernard Picton
All the text and pictures in this Web site are copyright 1985-1996
They may be used as follows:
Non-commercial Web use of photos
If you have a personal home page or non-commercial Web service, please
feel free to use my photographs with hyperlinked credit. Acceptable
That way people know who took the picture and also can find my on-line
copyright statement. You do not need to pay for usage. Just build the
best Web site you can and give it back to the community.
photographs courtesy <a href="http://www.pictonb.freeserve.co.uk/">Bernard Picton</a>
Commercial Web use of photos
If you would like to use my pictures on a commercial page, then please
do the following:
- register the URL with me (sending email is fine)
- add the hyperlinked credit as above
Use of photos and Web pages in print
If you are doing a story, book, or CD-ROM about the World Wide Web,
please feel free to include a page or two under the following
If you simply want to use my photographs to illustrate an article that
is not about my Web pages, e.g., you just want a nudibranch photo to go with
a story on nudibranchs, then that is commercial usage, you are not covered
by any of these blanket licenses, and you should send me email with a
proposal. An exception to this is free publications put out by
non-commercial organizations; you can use whatever you want with
credit as above.
- screen captures must be made from a computer with a 24-bit color
video board. (Machines with 8-bit cards produce distorted images and
colors.) I will supply dupe PhotoCDs or traditional transparencies
for reproduction upon request.
- the URL must be legible in the capture or separately printed in a
- a small credit must be printed reading "Web page courtesy Bernard
Picton (email@example.com)" or "Photos courtesy Bernard Picton
- send me email informing me of the usage and/or Snail Mail a copy
of the finished item to Bernard E. Picton, Zoology Department,
Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, BT9 5AB, Northern Ireland, UK.
I've copied much of this copyright declaration from Philip Greenspun
in the belief that he has the right attitude.