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Photo Sharing Info & Policy
Our Photo Sharing Policy
Feel free to post photos you own and credit them however you like.
For a photo given to you, you must get the author’s permission to share the photos on the RePicture App and credit them if they wish to be credited.
Where to Find Photos Online There are many online sites where you can find photos. However, you must be in compliance with any copyright or license requirements. Sources for license-free photos include:
1. Online Sources of Free, License-Free Photos
The photos on these sites are free to download and use without getting permission or giving credit. Unsplash is Public Domain work and appreciates if you credit the photographer. Photos on Pexel have the Public Domain Dedication (CC0).
There are many other websites where you can find Public Domain photos as well as photos under Creative Commons licenses that are free to use. Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that publishes free copyright licenses to allow creators to share and license their work online. Look for the Creative Commons logo and license icons, usually found at the bottom of the photo to check the licence requirements before using these photos. Some sites with free photos include:
When you upload a photo you can credit the Author in the “Credit” field. If the photo is under a Creative Commons license use the drop downs to select the Creative Commons license that applies.
Apply a License or Reserve Rights to Your Own Photo on the RePicture App
If a photo belongs to you, you can use the drop downs to select a Creative Commons license to apply to your photo. In the License dropdown select “This file is my own work” and in the second drop down select the Creative Commons license you would like to use. See below for links to the Creative Commons licenses allowed on our site, including the Public Domain Work designation. You may also select All Rights Reserved.
Creative Commons Licenses
Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that publishes free copyright licenses to allow creators to share and license their work online. Creative Commons allows authors to specify how their photos can be used and distributed. The following links provide an overview of the Creative Commons licenses as well as links to the license agreements. See below for links to the Creative Commons licenses allowed on the RePicture App.
This 107-foot-long bridge crosses the Mill Creek in Jefferson Township. Just like most covered bridges, it is covered so that the wood doesn't rot and break while it is in use. It is one of 16 covered bridges that you can drive on in the county.
Who benefits from this project, and how?
Everyone in the area benefits from this because they can get across the Mill Creek in Jefferson Township with their car or on foot. It also provides shelter for any wildlife that enters by having the roof on top. birds could possibly make a nest under the roof.
What's unique about this project?
(Student Tyler Gonzaga provided content for the project page.)
Looking good so far!
Now feel free to write away and tell others all about this project. Note that 3 lines of your answer will show up on the project page. Your full write-up will be displayed when you click on "read more".
Funding & Costs ⓘ
Funding source: Public
Project cost: $$ ⓘ
Funding notes: It was built with funding from the ODOT (Ohio Department Of Transportation) Timber grant. Along with that, the team was given a $427,000 government highway grant.