- 1 Would like to use your photo of Roger Williams in my book
- 2 Using your GreatWall Of China pictures
- 3 Re:edit
- 4 Cornell Photo
- 5 Image of Cornell Bailey Hall
- 6 Olin Library image
- 7 Roger Williams statue photo
- 8 Would like to use your "Two of the wild (feral) horses (Equus caballus) of Assateague Island, Maryland, USA, in their native setting" photo
- 9 Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh
- 10 picture use
- 11 = Cathedral of Learning
Would like to use your photo of Roger Williams in my book
My name is Marybeth Reilly-McGreen and I am working on a book called Revolutionaries, Rebels and Rogues of Rhode Island. I would like to include in it your wonderful picture of Roger Williams' statue. I'd be happy to send you a copy of the book once it comes out and would certainly credit the picture to you.
Would you grant me permission to do that?
- Sounds great- best of luck on your book. You are not required to send me a copy, but I would be happy to receive one. This is my address:
- Bill Price III
2005 Noble St Fl 2
Swissvale, PA 15218-2100
- Bill Price III
—Notyourbroom (talk) 18:07, 14 February 2011 (UTC)
Using your GreatWall Of China pictures
Is it ok if I use your pictures for a school project?
Simply, the "substantial amount of information" which I removed is already present in the description of the file or in the description of the source file. I just ordered the file description. However, if is appropriate, you undo my edit. Bye. Angelus (talk) 03:36, 10 June 2011 (UTC)
To Bill Price III
Am using one of your photos of Corenell in a magazine length ebook article on Michael Ross
Image of Cornell Bailey Hall
I wanted to let you know that I am using your image of Cornell's Bailey Hall. I work for a construction company that worked on the renovation of the building, and we are using Bailey Hall as a example of projects we have completed in some marketing material I am preparing. The only image that we have is quite overexposed, and your image is much more detailed. I will be using it in a Statement of Qualification and will credit you.
Please let me know if you have any further questions. I can be reached at melise.gerber (at) lendlease (dot) com.
Olin Library image
I have used one of your images at https://www.familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Cornell_University_Library . This is a wiki page under construction. --Diltsgd (talk) 22:11, 28 March 2012 (UTC)
Roger Williams statue photo
I'd like to use your photo of the statue of Roger Williams in an Adult Sunday School course/self-published book I'm writing entitled "The 25 Most Influential Protestant Leaders in the United States".
Robert Jones firstname.lastname@example.org
Would like to use your "Two of the wild (feral) horses (Equus caballus) of Assateague Island, Maryland, USA, in their native setting" photo
Hi, I am using your Assateague feral horse photo on my www.HaikuToday website. The June 26, 2012 entry will show your photo with a haiku ubder the photo.
summer swift clouds Assateague ponies graze above the shore - Jimmy the Peach
Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh Press is reissuing a book, Pitt: The Story of the University of Pittsburgh, 1787-1987, as a print-on-demand paperback. We are using this photo on the cover. Tjanks
Your picture https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Great_wall_child.jpg will be used in an article which will be published maybe next week. Url: http://www.nyest.hu/hirek/sapadt-mondja-sarganak
= Cathedral of Learning
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6b/Cathedral_of_Learning_stitch_1.jpg Bill Price lll, added to Hubpage article - Five Best Places to Visit in Pittsburgh - thanks! email@example.com
Hi Bill, I would like to use your image of Cornell's Bailey Hall in a ultra-low budget independant documentary about Cherry Cottage in Stockbridge, MA. The film is not seeking distribution. It will show only in Festivals, schools and libraries. Please let me know your thoughts or questions. firstname.lastname@example.org. Best regards, Dave
PropTalk - Ocean City
We'd like to use your excellent Ocean City Boardwalk image as seen on Wikipedia, with the proper credit of course.
We'd be happy to send you copies of the magazine when it publishes.
Gary Reich, Editor PropTalk Magazine www.proptalk.com email@example.com
Your Boardwalk Photo
Hi, Bill. I am reviewing all the commons photos on our site and making sure the credits are done to the letter, as specified by attribution requirements. I had not previously noticed your request that you be contacted as well as credited.
I used it in a mashup with one of my own photos, to illustrate a spoof article about a fake Hamptons billionaire proposing the historic Sag Harbor waterfront be made into a Jersey Shore-like boardwalk. (This is spoofing a legitimate article about them proposing a very modest boardwalk there)
I hope you enjoy it. I got a lot of laughs from the image.
Thanks for posting it in the commons.
Web Editor of DansPapers.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Use of Image
I'm writing to ask permission to use the image of The boardwalk of Ocean City, Maryland I came across in Wikimedia Commons on the cover of a catalog I'm putting together form my employer. The image, or some part of it, will be used as part of a collage of images and will not appear larger than 2.5 inches square (probably smaller). At this size, among a dozen or more other images of Maryland, my employer prefers not to give attribution (since it would further clutter the page of images). The catalog will be going out to state agencies in Maryland, the publication run will be a few hundred, and the life of the document is less than six months.
There is no compensation offered, if you prefer we not use the image I will honor that.
-- CT Hart
Marketing & Design Phillips Office Solutions
Hi. Just wanted to let you know that I found your picture of the Cathedral of Learning on Wikimedia Commons and plan to use it to go with a news brief in the November 2015 issue of Elevator World -- a trade magazine based in Mobile, Alabama. -- Kaija Wilkinson, Associate Editor, email@example.com
Use of Cathedral of Learning photostitch
You have asked that we notify you of use of your photograph. I work for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA and would like to use this photograph on a position opening page on our website for a campus ministry position at the University of Pittsburgh. The attention of the site is to identify qualified candidates to work for this non-profit collegiate ministry. I have included this caption under the photo: "Cathedral of Learning stitch 1" by Bill Price III - Own work. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons and have embedded a link in the photo back to the wikimedia site.
My contact info is:
Bob Trube InterVarsity Christian Fellowship 8315 Yuma Drive Powell, OH 43065 firstname.lastname@example.org
Image Use - Cathedral of Learning
I just wanted to let you know that I'm planning on using your image in a presentation I'll be giving at the PA GIS Conference in State College this May. The image will be credited to you. Thank you for the great image you've added to Creative Commons!
Library Specialist/GIS Specialist
University Library System - University of Pittsburgh
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