It was taken, two years ago, a group of Japan dancers, performers marching up the Butte Montmartre in Paris on a close sky day.
Should I add it to the group?
Creative Commons have different licences, I put my pictures Free of Use for any other then Commercial use. I took the image, I like them used but why should anyone gain money with it without giving me part of it?
So far, I sold only one image "direct" a print, and one through the web that was used in an Advertizing Magazine, very slick and nicely. Many others asked me and I am sure they used some of mine's without finally paying anything.
Even the Universities that used them with my permission, promissing to send me a copy of their Megazine, most the time do not do it. I feel it is unfair. Grabb all you want and use it, and most of the time even not Attributing it, as my licence ask them.
I did let my pictures be downloaded, printed, blogged. I enjoy the 1000 to 2000 people, I still hardly believe, coming day by day to look to my new and old pictures. I put them in categories easy to find, with tags easy to search. Is it too much to ask the respect of telling from where it come?
This morning, I pondered all this and did not put my picture in the group but asked further information from its leader. But I had the joy, again, to discover someone found this one interesting.