Pocket PCs for Bird Calls

To: Mike Simpson <>
Subject: Pocket PCs for Bird Calls
From: David Stowe <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 11:32:54 +1100
Hi Mike
You might find that alot of the photos you have from books and the net are copyright full stop. Not even for your own private use. Being able to right click on an image on a web site and save it to your desktop doesn't mean that it is legal for you to use them - unless you have permission from the copyright owner - ie photographer (or publisher). Scanning a photo in a book is no different. Please don't take offence Mike if you did obtain the proper copyright usage but so many people don't these days. As a photographer it is increasingly more difficult to keep control of your images once they go into a printed form or on the internet. People forget that we have to make a living too!

David Stowe

0412 808 718

at Carindale Wines in NSW Hunter Valley
Palmers Lane, POKOLBIN
ph 02 4998 7665

I have added photographs of every bird on the list, about 100 of my own, and others mainly found on the internet or in books, obviously a lot of these
are copyright so I can only use them for my own private use.

Regards, Mike Simpson
Penrith, NSW, Australia


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