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Frame, print or sell your favorite flickr photos at Imagekind.

Whether you're decorating your home, preparing for an art show, or giving your photos as a gift, you can do it all with your flickr photos at Imagkind. Choose from thousands of custom frames and mats for near limitless options. You can even print your flickr photos on canvas!

Imagekind lets you use your flickr images to make real works of art. You can seamlessly import your images and make fine art prints on various media types and choose from thousands of custom and ready made frames. Virtually every aspect of your creation is custom made by you...choose your mat type and color, glazing, frames and media. Your creation is then hand assembled by our craftsman and shipped to you securely packaged along with all the necessary mounting hardware. 

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Nikos_Kats says:

Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account?????

no thanks
Posted 52 months ago. ( permalink )

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IHphoto says:

+1 knkatsVIEW .
Posted 52 months ago. ( permalink )

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Paul C Sewell Photography says:

Why would I let you Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in my account? I'm with knkatsVIEW on this one.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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Imagekind says:

I am confused what you mean by "Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account" where does it say that for this app?

You can import your flickr photos to purchase as fine art prints, framed prints and canvas prints. Imagekind doesn't do anything to your flickr account.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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colchones says:

is good. I like
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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alexv1n says:

Well, it does say so on the very first page:

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By authorizing this link, you'll allow Imagekind to:

- Access your Flickr account (including private content)
- Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account
- Interact with other members' photos and videos (comment, add notes, favorite)
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Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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Imagekind says:

Hmm, that sounds very strange. Can you tell me exactly where/when you see that? The first page for me is the import screen, where we simply IMPORT your flickr images. We don't edit the ones in your flickr account.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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TwoZeroWest says:

Hey folks,

Let's not get all wrapped around the axle about the interplay between Flickr and Imagekind. Anyone on Facebook routinely allows their apps to "take command" of various parts of their machines and PDAs.

All Imagekind is saying is that in order to make prints from your Flickr account certain interactions have to be enabled between the two. If those are too "draconian" to accept, but you still want a REALLY NICE framed print just go join Imagekind - it's free if you don't need multiple galleries.

I use Imagekind for my printing and they do a REALLY nice job. If you want a place that will do your printing and framing according to specs that YOU choose and preview right on their website BEFORE you place your order then it's worth giving them a try. Seriously.

TZW
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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sjaccino says:

i personally wouldnt do this. there are plenty of sites capable of quality prints in many sizes. and matting and framing are both fairly easy skills to learn and is much cheaper done on your own as opposed to paying someone to do it for you.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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Imagekind says:

Thanks TZW!
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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capwell says:

hey, just an idea - when trying to sell a product, it;s often smart to brush up on "you're" vs "your" in your ad copy. just sayin'.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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FredMikeRudy says:

@capwell :

when trying to post a comment, it's also smart to check what you post :
'it;s often smart to.... ' should have been 'it's often smart to' ....just sayin', as you say.
Posted 51 months ago. ( permalink )

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Imagekind says:

Ah, sorry about that. Fixed. Thanks for the heads up!
Posted 50 months ago. ( permalink )

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pjs28jack ASINWP & ASITTP says:

No one appears to have answered Imagekind's question above
"Can you tell me exactly where/when you see that?"
On this page within Flickr there is a button Visit Website to take you to the Imagekind website. When you hit this button the following flickr page appears:


Imagekind wants to link to your Flickr account.
This service is produced by a trusted Flickr partner.
By authorizing this link, you'll allow Imagekind to:

- Access your Flickr account (including private content)
- Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account
- Interact with other members' photos and videos (comment, add notes, favorite)
Imagekind will not have permission to:

Delete photos and videos from your account

Hope this helps Imagekind!!!!!!!
Posted 50 months ago. ( permalink )

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Aggpup Photography says:

Imagekind use the Flickr API to enable them to do their tricks.

This API allows full access to your photos incl Upload, Edit etc whether the application actually does any of them or not.

Flickr, rightfully, warn you of that before you go to their website.
Posted 49 months ago. ( permalink )

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© Ninon Nickerson 2013 says:

When you click on the link above to go to Image kind you'll get a message that says:

By authorizing this link, you'll allow Imagekind to:

* Access your Flickr account (including private content)
* Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account
* Interact with other members' photos and videos (comment, add notes, favorite)

Imagekind will not have permission to:

* Delete photos and videos from your account

THEN IT SAYS:
What's going on here?
Flickr encourages other developers to build cool tools for you to play with, but you must authorize these third parties to access your account
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Imagekind is a trusted Flickr affiliate, so I am sure that Flickr has checked them out to avoid any lawsuits on their part, but when you access another company then they need to make sure that they are legally protected. For example - if you had privacy permissions (no copy) settings on your images and you just went willy nilly to Image Kind and published something - there is room that a overly zealous person could sue them for copyright abuse.

Does this make sense?

I would like to make an observation. I see a hysteria quite often among photographers and artists of pure terror that someone is going to snatch and use their photos or copy them or their style etc. It can happen, but there are few Picasso's out there. Live your life and be at peace. The more walls and restrictions you place the less you'll actually get done in life.
Posted 49 months ago. ( permalink )

Fatjan Latifi [deleted] says:

WoW
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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Gippsygirl says:

@Ninette

I'm with you, finally. My partner would always say "What will you get out of it" with entering competitions etc, so instead, I wouldn't be getting my photo's out there at all.

The other day, he said it again and I told him I'm over that attitude.

I went and set up my FlickR acct so I could enter a Photography assignment.

My partner is an Artist and teaches Art to our Indigenous community here in Oz and he has to teach them about protecting their works. He's seen enough of Artists being ripped off, so I get where he's at, too.
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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Rachel Michaux says:

Ninette Nickerson

If Imagekind is, as you wrote a "trusted affiliate" of Flickr, how come there is a notice on the right side of this page under the "Visit Website" link that states:

Heads up! The button above takes you off Flickr to a 3rd party site not reviewed by us.


Are you affiliated with Imagekind?
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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eagle1effi says:

I am on imagekind!
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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zizo my love says:

its good
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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Riverpiper says:

Who needs Imagekind?

Don't loose control and make your own choices as to how your images are printed and framed. It's not necessary for Imagekind to intrude and control your images.
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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Gene & Marions Photostream says:

Why can`t you send only the images you want to Imagekind ?
Posted 48 months ago. ( permalink )

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meistersteve says:

Who needs this?
Posted 47 months ago. ( permalink )

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conniemichelle says:

Why does "View Website" take me off Flickr?

An app page lets a developer give information on an application they've created. The page itself only shows information and lets you comment. If it sounds interesting, you can visit the website for more information or to try it out.

Upon clicking "View Website" you leave flickr.com and will be taken to the website specified by the developer for that app. This is a 3rd party site that isn't reviewed, controlled, or endorsed by Flickr. You should review the site and its policies before using or installing any applications there.

Flickr is not responsible for the content or features provided by outside application developers, nor for any Flickr members decision to make use of outside applications.

If you see anything suspicious please return to this app page and use the Report Abuse link that’s available in the footer of every page on Flickr to let us know.
Posted 47 months ago. ( permalink )

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Fred R Childers Photography says:

The best place for Quality and price I use FOTKI and its fast 24"×36" $19.99
www.fotki.com/
Posted 47 months ago. ( permalink )

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sirikran says:

Thanks. Frame, print or sell your favorite flickr photos at Imagekind.
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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P.N.G.Costa says:

For goodness sake!! All you need to do,if you have a problem with this image kind thing, is to just do whatever imagekind offers, on your own.
It,s not that difficult & for that very good reason, I think imagekind is not offering something unique.
So don't get your knickers in a twist, but just leave it be.
(Allowing someone complete access to your account for something that can easily be done in another manner is a bit absurd anyway.)
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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oknation says:

Great shot!!

Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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•ịt ịt là Bim =)•-♥ says:

heloo
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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bandrehitesh says:

Hi
hello
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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g a r y e a s o n + f l i g h t a r t w o r k s says:

This isn't any kind of app, it's simply an advert for an external site. Blatant commercialism, which I thought Flickr didn't allow. Isn't it?
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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Imagekind says:

Whoa, lots going on here!

That sounds like standard Flickr messaging. We don't replace the images in your Flickr account. We don't have access to those.

When you use the Imagekind app, we are creating new images from your flickr photos, so we don't change anything in your account.

With Imagekind, once you use the app, we'll create a new image (from the image in your flickr account) to frame, print or even sell.

We've teamed up with Flickr and are for sure a trusted partner. I think most of the messaging is simply there to cover their bases with other apps. It's a large system they've built here, so they need to make some generic text remarks.

Ok, hope it helps!

Now, get creating framed and canvas prints and posters with your flickr photos!
Posted 46 months ago. ( permalink )

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shelshots says:

It is quite simple to have a separate account with IK as I have had for some time. I have been most fortunate to have met many wonderful people there from all over the world. Best of all, many of my images have been purchased thru Imagekind. You set your own prices, either individually or a blanket percentage markup. Any of your own prints you buy are are at cost. PS...they do very professional work on your prints, with many choices for paper, matting, and framing if you want.
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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noora1985 says:

Please Explain to me how to photograph and how to send messages I am new
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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runjojorun says:

I've been with ImageKind for over a year and I love them. When it says that ImageKind can access your account, it really means that YOU can access YOUR Flickr via YOUR ImageKind. YOU do the editing, etc. Nothing wrong with that and I am delighted that ImageKind and Flickr have joined up.

Thank you ImageKind and Flickr - I love you both!
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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hadi95 says:

This isn't any kind of app, it's simply an advert for an external site. Blatant commercialism, which I thought Flickr didn't allow.
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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hadi95 says:

bold
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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Thomas Gehrke says:

Love the Imagekind. I have never had a bad experience. I typically use them to gift my photos as fully framed and matted pictures. They go over very well.

Now if you're hesitant to set up the interface between Flickr and Imagekind, I would still recommend using them as a print service. You can always manually upload and manage your images directly on the Imagekind site.
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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biz21 says:

i don't understand
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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R o b e r t M says:

I generally upload at 72dpi or 96dpi and end up having images 'sharpened' by Flickr, why would I want them printed at this resolution? The alternative would be extreme bandwidth use (4-9MB per image). Some of my prints are from 50MB+ files. I don't think that this has been properly thought through and is another example of 'look at the shiny things we've brought for you. Be dazzled!'. I think Hadi has the correct take on this.

No thanks
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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鹿小鹿 says:

^^
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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nattaya2010 says:

I Like, Is Good
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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ashigh namesham says:

hi sallam
Posted 45 months ago. ( permalink )

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princetrade02 says:

how to use it,I'm a beginner
Posted 44 months ago. ( permalink )

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Photos by the Swamper says:

I would stay away from this, too much BS, it says right on this page that Flickr has NOT reviewed this site!!!
Posted 44 months ago. ( permalink )

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SorenHedberg says:

I've ordered several canvas prints from Imagekind, and they are the best prints I've ever seen. Anyone bitching about the Flickr message that says they will edit your photos is a retard, Imagekind is legit.
Posted 44 months ago. ( permalink )

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Chandler Moulton says:

This is what flashed in my head reading this "...paranoia big destroyer..."
Posted 43 months ago. ( permalink )

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Mithun Kundu says:

Awesome

Check my snaps....
Sun about to Rise - Kanyakumari - India

Resting Boats

Vivekananda Rock Memorial & Thiruvalluvar Statue, Kanyakumari

View From - Thirumalai Nayak Palace

Hogenakkal Falls | Tamilnadu | India

Visit my blogs @ mithunkundu.blogspot.com

My WoRdPrEsS blogs @ mithunkundu.wordpress.com/

You can visit my Flickr posts @http://www.blogger.com/ www.flickr.com/photos/mithunkundu/

You can me catch me on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=1000005257 46657

Follow me on Twitter @ twitter.com/mithunkundu1983
Posted 43 months ago. ( permalink )

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Kuljit Athwal Photography says:

No one is demanding that you print your photos. Is it really that hard to understand? It's a service that's being offered, IF YOU WANT IT. Why make an issue out of nothing?
Posted 42 months ago. ( permalink )

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GHD PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGN says:

I got a print done from Imagekind... printed, framed shipped and after I opened the box to find my print I became pleasantly surprised and happy with how great the quality of everything was. Great print, great frame and safely shipped. I'm looking forward to future prints :)
Posted 42 months ago. ( permalink )

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fenotipo says:

imagens lindas......Viver é maravilhoso.......apreciar o que DEUS nos deixou..
Posted 42 months ago. ( permalink )

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Jz-K says:

Lol ,in Law terms ,ImageKind is making "invitation to treat" its not compulsry for u to get their services ,so if any body want make a offer .why every one is fighting here
Posted 42 months ago. ( permalink )

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jogninad says:

Can i Sell my photographs?
Posted 42 months ago. ( permalink )

magix911 [deleted] says:

great
Posted 41 months ago. ( permalink )

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Miller- says:

how does this work for people living in let's say; Sweden?
Posted 41 months ago. ( permalink )

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elok2010 says:

aku bingung apa yang harus kulakukan disini.?
Posted 41 months ago. ( permalink )

TriaDz* [deleted] says:

Coollll!!
Posted 40 months ago. ( permalink )

Galia BBC [deleted] says:

Beautiful!
Posted 39 months ago. ( permalink )

MAKapahese [deleted] says:



kalo bingung ya GA USAH ngikut..

let me translate what wrote:

"I'm confused, what should I do here?"..

LOL..
Posted 39 months ago. ( permalink )

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KrishMandal says:

I went to their site to check it out just because I like to have options. I print my photos at professional shops, not places like Snapfish, but real shops which may charge a little more, but I know they'll have printers calibrated, chemistry checked, etc. and I keep my eye out for new and up-n-coming services from other vendors.

So I went to the ImageKind website directly, feeling that I would never want to print anything through Flickr as my images are usually about 25-40MB each JPG (yes, large), and I find the pricing nebulous. If anything I'd want to send it directly to ImageKind.

The site is hard to get a fix on, and there's a lot of information that seems to be hidden behind the registration. That alone makes me stay away.

There have been a spate of these new services lately, and the differntiator will always be transparency in pricing and terms. When I don't get that, I'm not buying the service or the free account or anything.
Posted 39 months ago. ( permalink )

Brian Paw Damsgaard [deleted] says:

RobertD700 is right. There is no way to make a proper print via Flick, so why bother in the first place.

Flickr should be thinking of the users, and make sure that they know the facts before purchasing anything, especially from some hobby print service like Image Kind.

Imagekind writes "Now, get creating framed and canvas prints and posters with your flickr photos! ", clearly showing that we are not dealing with a rocket scientist. Promoting your product like that in a thread that is concerned about the safety of your service ? hmm.. Go back to school. Start with English ;)
Posted 38 months ago. ( permalink )

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TLP 2010 says:

Does this work for people outside the USA?
Posted 38 months ago. ( permalink )

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carol koceja©..point lobos girl© says:

If you do a little homework, you will find that Image KInd uses all Epson printers...and the very best papers..I have been selling my own images now for a couple of years..now I have an Epson..it is a learning curve!

But the paper! WOW! You can do MAGIC! With the right one! Many of my images look like water colors, people cannot tell the difference, an NO I do not have the "Photoshop"

I joined Image Kind mainly because I did not see just "junk" and they have artists from many backgrounds, not just photography.

To my surprise, I had a contact on Image Kind from New York comment on my images: his images sell for just under $400,000.00.

It is wonderful too be introduced too elegant and professional artists from around the world.

Image Kind is a site for selling and just a "little" social contact..

It is free too join if you want the "three gallery program".

Also the people at Image Kind on the phone are really so nice too work with!

If you have any questions fell free too e-mail me.


CArol Koceja....point lobos girl
Posted 38 months ago. ( permalink )

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Sorgine says:

I've used Imagekind for several years now to frame my pictures, I am very pleased with their service and the quality of the frames.
Posted 37 months ago. ( permalink )

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langtuvotinhtb1995 says:

tôi thấy không có gì là hay cả
Posted 37 months ago. ( permalink )

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tran thanh xuan says:

chan the chang co ai hjeu mjnh noi gj ka?
Posted 37 months ago. ( permalink )

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evellyn6 says:

Amo minhas familia !!
Posted 36 months ago. ( permalink )

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一瓢 says:

nice
Posted 36 months ago. ( permalink )

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samvelairiev says:

nice
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basma17 says:

msr ...... egypt
Posted 35 months ago. ( permalink )

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basma17 says:

ilove egypt
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Ramesh Padmanaban says:

hellow fliker
Posted 35 months ago. ( permalink )

fractaljigsaw [deleted] says:

i mage kind is fantastic
i have just sold some pictures for 2.9 million aussie dollars and i am over the moon as it now means we can afford a roof over our heads and we can get the children back from their indentured slavery at the local salt mine. Unfortunately all the cash come too late for our cats Mopey and Dopey as we ate them both last week, with a little home made elderberry wine and some stolen potatoes from the farm on the other side of the mine field.
Posted 35 months ago. ( permalink )

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maggie wang 2009 says:

it sounds good
Posted 33 months ago. ( permalink )

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sannu4 says:

very very beauitful
Posted 33 months ago. ( permalink )

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dawood 4h says:

great pic/////.
Posted 32 months ago. ( permalink )

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capitan flickr says:

BELLA FOTO!!!



Unisciti a noi e postala in ORGOGLIO ITALIANO

Posted 32 months ago. ( permalink )

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Deni Firmansyah says:

Amazing Galery....
Posted 31 months ago. ( permalink )

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SW23CT (CamsDigitalCanvas.com) says:

I have to admit the whole allowing third parties to edit my images doesnt sit too well with me either. but Imagekind in and of itself is an outstanding quality print/framed product company and I just recently made a hundred dollars or so on a couple shots that i didnt even think would sell! I might not want to link my flickr to imagekind, but i would still encourage anyone looking to put their work out there for free and see what happens to make a separate imagekind account and upload individual images that you choose, so you dont have to link your entire flickr account and lose control of what you put out for sale. Who knows you might even have pics of someone's kids or some wedding shots that weren't legally released and someone could easily buy those "automatically linked" photos via flickr/imagekind app and get you in pretty big trouble, especially if there are photos of minors on your flickr that end up selling into the wrong hands...but that aside, i still use imagekind separate of flickr and i think it's a great way to make money without doing the work... seriously, its FREE to join so why not give it a shot?
Posted 31 months ago. ( permalink )

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J.Armando Serrano Photography says:

Bonita imagenes. me interesa esta aplicacion.
Posted 31 months ago. ( permalink )

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hille2011 says:

Cool from me too :-)
Posted 30 months ago. ( permalink )

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Doug Beckers says:

Looks like a good application, however, because I'm in Australia it is $102.99 for the freight charge on a large canvas print item. So I think I'll go local.

Imagekind Freight Charge by Doug Beckers

Posted 29 months ago. ( permalink )

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R o b e r t M says:

Does anyone actually upload their shots in printable resolution? Most commercial prints are made at 150dpi, but onscreen images only need to be 72dpi. This means that the quality of your prints will be better if you go direct to a printer outside of using Flickr.
Posted 28 months ago. ( permalink )

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Hedayah.. says:

>>?
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new era2012 says:

wow.....fantastic.....
Posted 27 months ago. ( permalink )

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H. Kosin says:

Beautiful colors!
Posted 26 months ago. ( permalink )

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tazmina1992 says:

nice
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rajiv photo 2012 says:

very vry good
Posted 25 months ago. ( permalink )

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rajiv photo 2012 says:

very good
Posted 25 months ago. ( permalink )

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Visual Verve says:

Upload, Edit, and Replace photos and videos in your account????


Think not :)
Posted 25 months ago. ( permalink )

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Hessah abdullh .. says:

Very good
Posted 25 months ago. ( permalink )

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SevenSixx says:

There’s absolutely no way in hell I would let another person/web site steal my work like the comments being mentioned above! If that’s the case, whomever put this package together and in order to use their service you have to give them authority over your work, You need to get your head examined! However, if that is NOT the case, the admin/creator should be more specific in their guidelines about the web site. I would love to use a service like that but there’s NO WAY I will grant anybody that kind of access over my photography. Until this is better clarified, I will not join Imagekind….
Posted 25 months ago. ( permalink )

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jmiborra says:

But this application if you understood your photos you can sell someone please answer me?



¿pero esta aplicacion si lo entendido bien también puedes vender tus fotos que alguien me conteste por favor?
Posted 24 months ago. ( permalink )

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victor98_2001 says:

stunting shot
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IndyMcDuff (Bellifemine Studios) says:

In my wildest dreams I could never imagine that so many people either cannot read or just get hung up on a word and get rabid!

I don't even know the company, but I owned my own studio and labs for many, many years. There is nothing different between uploading your files to Imagekind for printing and framing, and possibly selling, as there would be in taking your negatives to a lab. You have zero idea what that lab might do with your negative, including making internegatives, when you are not there. Digital information is different in that you can embed things, and you CAN track the use if you are willing to pay.

The "access your account, edit, change"...that statement is also on Flickriver, and doesn't mean a thing. Your information is embedded in your EXIF information, provided you set your camera up correctly. Your name as artist is in there. Your copyright information is in there,. If you are that concerned about your images, there are services on the web that watermark and track your image and the use of your image. One such service is embedded into Photoshop and you can sign up for it there.

From what I recall of similar (or it may even be the same service) services, they are generally a place that makes prints you cannot, for the most part, make at home. You post and share with other artists, and people seeking to buy finished works will look at yours and the work of others, and choose. That doesn't mean you don't get paid for it. It doesn't mean someone else can steal it.

For instance, let's say a hotel chain wants photographs of a certain theme. They would go to a place such as Imagekind and view images in that theme, searching tags. If they wanted one of yours, perhaps they would want different matting or framing. They would STILL have to pay you for YOUR art, even if you chose to allow the buyer to matte and frame to compliment the decor of the hotel. I think if you really read further, and if you ask the people at Imagekind, you'll find you have your feathers in a ruffle over the wrong things! :) Smile...it makes the world wonder what you're up to! ;) Good day, folks.
Posted 20 months ago. ( permalink )

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SYAMKATTANAM says:

Hi......... Dear Friends
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WwW.UrBaNiCaNo.NeT says:

muy bueno ahora es!
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kimlouise❣ says:

I've only just thought of looking into this..... seems to me that some people just cannot read and are far too quick to start typing the afore mentioned BS. If the site works then great, if you don't like it... don't use it!

Good luck with it .:)
Posted 15 months ago. ( permalink )

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