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I also regularly check the comments on my posts and try my best to reply to all questions.
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I own the copyright to all images posted to this blog unless otherwise sourced or stated. For images that I am using from other sources, I will include either a click-through or text link or both, or, if there isn't a website, a clear statement about ownership. If I am using an image of yours or I have sourced you/another entity incorrectly, please let me know, and I will correct it ASAP or take down the photo.
(I am constantly getting blamed for not warning people of this, so here I go again -)
As a small reminder, I am extremely uncomfortable with my personal photos being used for the profit of others especially without a simple source link to the original blog post or asking my permission. In general, I would prefer for my photos not to be reposted without my permission at all, but if you feel the extreme need to do so, I simply ask that you just include a simple link back to my original post (specifically rather than just my general blog url). Regardless of whether I watermark every single photo, I do still own the copyright to these pictures and being able to find them through a Google (Image) search does not mean I do not own them anymore. (There has been some confusion on that front apparently. And to be clear, Google does even warn you when you click on a photo that the image may be subject to copyright, and Google does not sever the photos from their original pages, so it's easy to find their source if you choose.) I do not blog and post these photos so that others can sell their products or monetize their posts that are not associated with me in the slightest. And the response I get when I just ask for my photos to be sourced really discourages me from sharing and continuing to blog. I mean this in the least aggressive way possible, but I'm not just going to throw 80 smiley emojis in this to "soften the tone" because I am serious, and I honestly feel like you should be able to read a paragraph like this without emoticons and not be offended by its message. I usually will file with the host websites to have the photos taken down if I find them. I understand that not everyone will have malicious intent when reposting photos, but this ugliness can easily be avoided by simply sourcing me correctly. Thank you.