1 of 8 Girl dances at water's edge on Morro Strand State Beach
1 of 8 Girl dances at water's edge on Morro Strand State Beach, Morro Bay, CA 17 July 2008. Michael
"Mike" L. Baird, Canon 1D Mark III 300mm f/2.8 2XTE handheld
Creative Commons use note: 18 July 2009 Flickr Mail from MyFavouriteNumber www.flickr.com/photos/MyFavouriteNumber/ said "Use of your photograph in charitable educational presentation on water - Dear Mike Baird: My name is Laura Brandes and I am doing work for Harmony Foundation of Canada, a registered charitable organization dedicated to providing the education and encouraging the cooperation essential for a successful transition to socially and environmentally sustainable development. I am currently creating an educational DVD presentation and accompanying presenter's guide entitled Troubled Waters. Troubled Waters will educate community leaders and concerned citizens about the global water situation and about responsible water stewardship in their local communities. This educational tool will be available through Harmony Foundation's website and will be distributed to libraries across Canada.
As part this project, Harmony Foundation would like to use one of your images from your "Girl Dances at Water's Edge on Morro Strand State Beach" photo set (specifically:
www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2678304391/). I am writing to ask your permission for Harmony Foundation to use this image in its Troubled Waters project. We intend to provide photo credit in the following manner: "photo by: Mike Baird." If we are interested in using any of your other photographs, I will send another message. Sincerely, Laura Brandes, www.harmonyfdn.ca/ ." and of course I said "super, thanks for the heads up - glad to help.
02 April 2010 - this series of 8 images was approved for the following
On 2 Apr 10, 9.24PM PDT eRic Bekhard said:
My name is Beke Richárd, and I'm a 23 year old photographer/amateur filmmaker from Hungary.
As "reference" I can show up this small slideshow:
which includes photos from my contacts, and myself.
So, to get to the point:
I really like your photos! :)
I'm making an experimental amateur film. (non-profit, non-commercial)
And I would like to use some of your pictures in it, (if you give your permission to it).
The following ones (or some of them):
The main theme of the film is: a man's journey through life. (NOT
pornographic, NOT horror)
The film will be freely viewable and downloadable from the internet.
Release date is unknown (weeks, probably months from now. Lots of work, in my free time)
In case you say NO:
Sorry, for bothering you. Have a nice day!
In case you say OK:
- If it's necessary, can I do some modifications (size, color, visiblity) on the pictures, to fit them into the context (and also, because of the animation of the film)?
- You would be credited, in the name you choose for it.
And thank you very much!