All rights reserved for all the imagaes.
Please do not reprint without permission.
I will NOT tolerate any violation against the TOS of linden lab.
Copyright infringement is an improper or unauthorized use of a copyrighted work.
In any case, I’ll not be blogging these items.
I have trypophobia. I’m afraid of clusters of holes.
I can’t use items that make the mental association of these.
About the shooting of the buildings and furnitures.
I do all photographic backgrounds in set rather than location shooting. The background is essential to weaves words and stories into my image. I want to give the person the most matching background. So for me background are very important. Therefore, I’ll not take pictures of the buildings alone. and I don’t have many pictures of the whole picture of the background.
About my blog activity at Flickr.
*** Flickr announced the change***
*** Terms of Service ***
*** Community Guidelines***
I have a pro account, and following the changes the flickr announced, I asked flickr support if bloggers could use photos to introduce other people’s products to the fickr.
‘Is it impossible for bloggers to introduce others’ products using their own photos?’
The responses from flickr support were as follows.
‘Promoting others products does violate our Terms of Service and would be considered commercial use. Commercial use can and has gotten peoples accounts removed for violation of these policies’
I’m very sad about this.
but I have written item links in the picture description so far but in fact Flickr judged it to be a violation if I did this.
In future I’ll only post the URL of the blog in the flickr photo.
Since I have some other web services, I continue posting at the same time.
Of course all the item details are written on my blog.
(This is the same as before)
All my web pages are below.
I think that this method is the best now, but If you are dissatisfied with this change please contact me.
About the Flickr post.
I do not do group posting other than Second Life official, each store and the event official in my Flickr posts. I’m not a member of mandatory fav, comments and reward groups.
There are various opinions about this, but some groups authorize group postings on the condition that they share favorites and comments with each other. This may be an easy way to add more favorites and views to your photos. However, I think these actions may confuse the viewer and interfere with the readability of the photo. Of course there are many great groups that are not.
It is up to the individual to decide how each person judges the picture. I have no objection to it. But, I aim for authentic views rather than a manipulated favorite or view. To make the creators and events in the photos easier to understand, my post focuses on the tags of the creators and my event groups.