Original text, photographs, and graphics on this blog by Mark D. Whitney are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license are defined with a CC Plus “CC+” license as follows:
Incidental Commercial Use: The CC+ clarifies the definition of NonCommercial to include the use of content for informational or educational purposes when there is an incidental commercial element as described in the following example.
Original content from this blog may be used in digital form at any time to discuss, critique, or inform readers about said content even if there are nearby commercial elements.
For example you are a photographer and you publish a blog or website where you compare, critique, and inform your readers about the work of other artists. Use of content from the Mark Whitney Photography Blog is permitted even if portions of your website are designed to advertise your own works (photographic prints, photo books, etc.) or hosts advertisements through an affiliate marketing program such as Google Adsense, Clickbank, Amazon Associates, etc.
However original content from this blog cannot be used as permanent or semi-permanent design elements of your blog or website (e.g. as a banner or background image), cannot be used directly as part of advertising elements, nor can it be used in printed materials such as prints, posters, brochures or flyers without express permission.
Text and images from other sources are believed to be in the public domain, available via ‘fair use’ rules, or are licensed in such a way as to allow their use on this blog.