Using Creative Commons as an amateur photographer

I've been asked not once, but twice this week if people could use my images in their own projects. Naturally, I allow pretty much anyone to use my images that have a CC-license on it (most of my images on flickr) and I'm pretty sure I'd allow the usage of my non-cc images as well, for free.The reason why I allow people to use my images are mostly because I've invested a lot of money in my gear and a lot of time in this hobby, and if somebody finds one of my images fitting to their project, I'll only be happy if they want to use it. If I'd actually work as a photographer, my attitude might've b...

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Motion detection with Javascript and a web camera

I initially wrote this small application as I was waiting for a few designs to get finalized at work. I didn’t really plan to do...

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Developers Without Borders – A Collaborative Workflow

As always with projects, the most important thing is functional communication between all parties involved. Usually you sit near or live near the rest of...

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Make a grid of images similar to the flickr feed page.

If your some what like me, you should be intrigued on how flickr generates their grid of images on the feed page. How they render...

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Monorun for Windows Phone

When you want to test out a new language or a new development process, monorun is a perfect candidate for porting. The reason is that...

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Boeing 737-800 Flight Simulator

A friend at work told me that he was going to a flight simulator this Tuesday, and I couldn’t pass off a chance to see...

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SourceTree for Windows with SSH key files

I’ve generally avoided SSH key pairs, and I’ve been able to do so for quite a while, until now. I’ve used Tortoisegit and Github for...

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