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CREATIVITY & DISRUPT
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REDEFINING THE COLLABORATION



1-19 by  Luis_chen (CC BY ND)


"Mystery is at the heart of creativity. That, and surprise" Julia Cameron."Our work is to build a vibrant, usable commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude" Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons.

"Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable" William Pollard. The internet and technology have changed how people access images, and photographers are responding by employing new methods to reach audiences. These methods include personal websites, social media tools, photo-sharing platforms and communities, and tools such as Creative Commons licenses that enable easy sharing and reuse of creative works.


Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable. William Pollard
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Jónsi in Action by  Pétur Gauti Valgeirsson (CC BY NC SA)

 

 "Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable, accessible, and innovative world. We unlock the full potential of the internet to drive a new era of development, growth and productivity. The internet and technology have changed how people access images, and photographers are responding by employing new methods to reach audiences. "

 Creative Commons

 

 

STREET ART by Filthy Lukervia filthyluker.org (CC BY NC ND)




CC licenses are a flexible way to share images while building on the strong foundation of traditional copyright law. Simply put, Creative Commons licenses allow the shift from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved,” enabling you to share your images under terms of your own choosing. This gives you control over distribution, and the non-exclusivity of the licenses means you can retain all commercial rights if desired.

 

Photographers using CC licenses gain new audiences for their work on photo-sharing platforms like Flickr and communities like Wikipedia. Mohamed Nanabhay, Head of Online, Al Jazeera English, writes:


    “When launching our [CC] repository, we had thought that it would be a key resource for anyone producing content on the war and that it would primarily be used by other news organisations and documentary filmmakers. What we saw was both surprising and delightful. Soon after posting our first video, Wikipedia editors had extracted images to enhance the encyclopedia entries on the War on Gaza. Soon thereafter educators, filmmakers, video game developers, aid agencies and music video producers all used and built upon our footage.”

 

Wikipedia is a heavily-trafficked website with over 400 million unique visitors a month. Flickr contains over 200 million CC-licensed photos, establishing it as the Web’s single largest source of CC-licensed content.











Tonight: National Geographic Live Event From ISS BY NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center CC BY NC

 



 

  Coachella 2013 -- Indio, CA by   Thomas Hawk (CC BY NC)

 


"Our work is to build a vibrant, usable commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude" 

Ryan Merkley, CEO of Creative Commons.

 

 







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Filthy Luker - Urban Art

STREET ART by Filthy Lukervia filthyluker.org (CC BY NC ND)





Filthy Luker - Urban Art

STREET ART  by Filthy Lukervia filthyluker.org (CC BY NC ND)





 




CREATIVITY &  INSPIRATION

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In the Library Room by  Risto Kuulasmaa   (CC BY NC)




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