Creative Commons from a
photographers perspective
A still life-photographer

Kristina Alexanderson av Aron Alexanderson ©
”make them famous”
Internet
Creative Commons
by, nc, sa
In a galaxy far, far away
”fame”
”The daily mail”
”kalexanderson style”
Out on town – Acrylic Canvas av Håkan Canberger efter ett foto
av Kristina Alexanderson CC (by, nc, sa)
People like my work
”meme”
People share my work…
”I don’t know who made these”
How hard is it to find out?
Try Google
”the backside”
Am I the photographer?
”the Grand un-attributed
remixes”
”just agree”
”It ain’t free”
Pls attribute me
”The norm”
Is this the cost for
using Creative
Commons?
Photographers?
They leave CC
They feel overused
Because
Creative Commons comes
without obligations
Is it my role to chase…
I want to make pictures
Tell stories
Is this an issue for
Creative Commons community?
I want to share
Is Creative Commons the way?
Art needs other art
Do you attribute?
I use CC
Because It’s free
Because
It’s easy
Because It’s easy
to understand
And I follow the conditions
Do you?
Thanks!
About the pictures
Still lifes by Kristina are shared under Creative
Commons Attribution, non-commersial, share a like
[St...
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
Photographs and creative commons
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A presentation by Kristina Alexanderson and her use of Creative Commons to share her photography.

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Photographs and creative commons

  1. 1. Creative Commons from a photographers perspective
  2. 2. A still life-photographer Kristina Alexanderson av Aron Alexanderson ©
  3. 3. ”make them famous”
  4. 4. Internet
  5. 5. Creative Commons
  6. 6. by, nc, sa
  7. 7. In a galaxy far, far away
  8. 8. ”fame”
  9. 9. ”The daily mail”
  10. 10. ”kalexanderson style”
  11. 11. Out on town – Acrylic Canvas av Håkan Canberger efter ett foto av Kristina Alexanderson CC (by, nc, sa)
  12. 12. People like my work
  13. 13. ”meme”
  14. 14. People share my work… ”I don’t know who made these”
  15. 15. How hard is it to find out?
  16. 16. Try Google
  17. 17. ”the backside”
  18. 18. Am I the photographer?
  19. 19. ”the Grand un-attributed remixes”
  20. 20. ”just agree”
  21. 21. ”It ain’t free”
  22. 22. Pls attribute me
  23. 23. ”The norm”
  24. 24. Is this the cost for using Creative Commons?
  25. 25. Photographers?
  26. 26. They leave CC
  27. 27. They feel overused
  28. 28. Because Creative Commons comes without obligations
  29. 29. Is it my role to chase…
  30. 30. I want to make pictures
  31. 31. Tell stories
  32. 32. Is this an issue for Creative Commons community?
  33. 33. I want to share
  34. 34. Is Creative Commons the way?
  35. 35. Art needs other art
  36. 36. Do you attribute?
  37. 37. I use CC
  38. 38. Because It’s free
  39. 39. Because It’s easy
  40. 40. Because It’s easy to understand
  41. 41. And I follow the conditions
  42. 42. Do you?
  43. 43. Thanks!
  44. 44. About the pictures Still lifes by Kristina are shared under Creative Commons Attribution, non-commersial, share a like [Still lifes] Portraits by Kristina Alexanderson are shared under Creative Commons Attribution, non-commersial, non derviate [portraits] Pls. Attribute when you use and share!
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