Public Domian Photography Monthly Contest

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. The Promoter is Public Domain Photography .
  2. Information on prizes and how to enter Public Domain Photography competitions form part of these Terms & Conditions of Entry.
  1. By entering Public Domain Photography competitions, entrants accept the above-stated Terms & Conditions of Entry.
  1. Entry to Public Domain Photography competitions is open to all Indian and Philippine residents; excluding employees and their immediate families of the Promoter and its related companies.
  1. To enter Public Domain Photography competitions, entrants must answer all competition questions and entries must be received by the Promoter by the close of business on the specified closing date.
  1. Prize winners of Public Domain Photography competitions are selected at Unit 36 Poppy st Babak District – Samal Island on the specified competition judging date. Winners are contacted by email or mail within 5 business days of selection and may be announced in an upcoming issue of the respective publication and/or the publication’s website.
  1. The judges’ decision is final and binding. As such, no correspondence will be entered into.
  1. Competitions are games of skill and as such, winning entries are selected based on the creativity of entries submitted.
  1. Unless expressly stated, all other expenses become the responsibility of the winner.
  1. If any prize is unavailable, for whatever reason, the Promoter reserves the right to substitute the prize for a prize of equal or greater value.
  1. Prize winners are advised that tax implications may arise from their prize winning and may wish to seek independent financial advice prior to the acceptance of the prize.
  1. Subject to the unclaimed prize draw clause, if for any reason a winner does not take the prize or an element of the prize by the time stipulated by the Promoter, then the prize or that element of the prize will be forfeited.
  1. All prize winners agree to the use of their name and address suburb for publicity and competition purposes, without compensation.
  1. The Promoter shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for any personal injury suffered or sustained in connection with the prize except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
  1. As a condition of accepting the prize, the winner (and his/her companion – where applicable) must sign any legal documentation as and in the form required by the Promoter and/or prize suppliers in their absolute discretion, including but not limited to a legal release and indemnity form.
  1. Prizes are not redeemable for cash, credit or product and no exchanges are offered. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in the value of the prize (or part thereof).
  1. The Promoter, their associated agencies and companies associated with this competition take no responsibility for prize damage or lost in transit and the Promoter will not be responsible for any delay in delivery, damage to or loss in transit of the prize.

18a. Each entrant’s personal information (“PI”) is collected to enable the Promoter to administer and promote this Competition and the winner. The PI of winners may be provided to third parties who are assisting the Promoter, including prize suppliers, deliverers and authorities that regulate competitions. Entrants who fail to provide all requested PI, may be determined by the Promoter, at its sole discretion to be ineligible to win a prize. Errors and omissions may be accepted at the Promoter’s discretion. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

18b. The collection, use and disclosure of personal information provided in connection with this promotion is further governed by the Privacy Policy found on the Public Domain Photography website.

  1. The Promoter assumes no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, corruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorised access to, or alteration of, entries. The Promoter is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer networks and systems, servers, or providers, computer equipment, software, failure of any e-mail or entry to be received by the Promoter on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the Internet or at any web site, or any combination of them, including any injury or damage to any entrant’s or any other person’s computer related to or resulting from participation or downloading any materials in this Competition.
  1. All entries become the property of Public Domain Photography. As such, Public Domain Photography is the owner of all copyright and other intellectual property in the winning responses.
  1. The laws of ACT govern Public Domain Photography competitions.
  1. For all travel prizes; Passports, any requisite visas, spending money, meals, insurance, transport to and from departure point, additional transfers, items of a personal nature, in-room charges and all other ancillary costs are not included. The winner and companion must depart from and return to the same departure point and travel together. Frequent flyer points will not form part of the prize. If for any reason a winner does not take the prize or an element of the prize at the time stipulated by the Promoter, then the prize or that element of the prize will not be redeemable for cash and is subject to booking and flight availability. Itineraries are to be determined by the Promoter in its absolute discretion.
  1. During the entire duration of the travel prizes, a nominated parent/guardian must accompany any person under 18 years of age unless otherwise stated. The winner (and his/her companion) is responsible for ensuring that they have valid passports, and any requisite visas, vaccinations and travel documentation. Prize is subject to the standard terms and conditions of individual prize and service providers. Winner may be required to present credit card at time of accommodation check in.
  1. The Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who the Promoter has reason to believe has breached any of these conditions, or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardize the fair and proper conduct of the competition. The Promoters legal rights to recover damages or other compensation from such an offender are reserved.
  1. If for any reason the competition is not capable of running as planned, including due to infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any other causes beyond the control of the Promoter, which corrupt or affect the administration security, fairness or integrity or proper conduct of this competition, the Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process or to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition.
  1. In the case of the intervention of any outside agent or event which naturally changes the result or prevents or hinders its determination, including but not limited to vandalism, power failures, tempests, natural disasters, acts of God, civil unrest, strikes; the Promoter may in its absolute discretion cancel the event and recommence it from the start on the same conditions at a later date.
  1. Please allow up to 28 days for delivery of prizes from the draw date. Prizes will be sent to delivery address provided by the winners. The Promoter and prize suppliers will take no responsibility for prizes lost or damaged in transit.
  2. By entering and participating, entrant agrees to hold harmless, defend and indemnify Facebook from and against any and all claims, demands, liability, damages or causes of action (however named or described), losses, costs or expenses, with respect to or arising out of or related to (i) entrant’s participation in the Sweepstake, or (ii) entrant’s participation in any Prize related activities, acceptance of a Prize and/or use or misuse of a Prize (including, without limitation, any property loss, damage, personal injury or death caused to any person(s).
  3. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.

Smart Phone Photography (Get the Most from your Phone)

Smart Phone Photography (Get the Most from your Phone)

Free Ebook – Smart Phone Photography (Get the Most from your Phone)

David Peterson educates readers about how they can maximize the features of Smart Phone Cameras in his book entitled, “Smart Phone Photography (Get the Most from your Phone). First, it discusses the advantage of taking pictures with your smart phone since you always have it with you. This means that you are always ready to capture moments in photographs. You can easily upload the photos that you take and you can instantly get feedback for your uploaded shots. Also, smart phones have different accessories that can help you enhance the photos that you take.

  • It gives a detailed guide for newbie smart phone photographers. It discusses some technicalities such as framing, lighting, focusing, and editing so they can take high quality photos that are worth uploading and sharing.
  • Smart Phone Photography gives you 10 best practices in taking pictures with your smart phone. These tips include understanding your auto mode settings, the importance of maintaining good posture when taking photographs, maximizing the use of HDR mode, and using different apps to enhance your photos.
  • Another list of how to take the best pictures with your smart phone is also found in this book. It talks about the difference that cropping and zooming makes as well as editing and filtering. The book also teaches you how to maintain your camera lens and how to maximize its use.
  • You will also learn how to become a better smart phone photographer. First, you need to explore your camera’s settings and get to know it better. You will also learn the advantages of using the rear camera over the front cam, the advantages of taking pictures in high resolution, the importance of the proper lighting, the benefits of using the right accessories, the advantages of using different apps for taking pictures as well as for editing, and the advantages of different camera modes.
  • The Smart Phone Photography has a special focus on both iOS and Android. First, it gives specific tips for iPhone 7 plus and how you can use it for taking great pictures. It discusses lens function, different modes like time-lapse, classic, and optical zoom. Likewise, it has a special guide for Samsung Galaxy 8 users. It discusses the basic steps on taking photos with Galaxy 8 then goes on to discuss different features like the settings, different shooting modes, and editing.

The book ends with a comparison of different smart phones when it comes to taking photos.

Free Ebook – Smart Phone Photography (Get the Most from your Phone)

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Who visits England without visiting its most well-known icons?

Not us, that’s for sure. Getting from Australia to England is a little too expensive for some. So if you’re heading there, be prepared to photograph what you see.

Below, we’re going to mention the top 10 landmarks to visit in London. Consider the list as guiding compass on what to visit, and what photos you need to bring home.

Or put on Instagram…

(1) Big Ben.

Previously called the Clock Tower, this is one of London’s largest local icons. It is located to the north of Westminster Palace.

This is the most important icon in the UK. A lot of London movies incorporated shots of Big Ben.

Regardless, most people don’t know what Big Ben looks like. If you want to snap shots of Big Ben, make that double decker busses are in the pic.

Oddly enough, people associate the busses much better with England…

Also, the clock was built around 160 years ago, so it’s quite old. If you want a feel for what Victorian England looked like, this is a piece of architecture to explore!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=6342

(2) Westminster Palace. – Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

It’s close to Big Ben. If you’re going to photograph the Clock Tower, then you might as well shoot this.

This is where the UK Parliament meets. The Westminster palace is close the River Thames, London’s most famous river.

Be sure to enjoy scenery while you take pictures of the palace!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=6259

(3) Tower of London.

Speaking of the River Thames, move to the center of London, and you’ll come across another icon.

That would be the Tower of London.

This is an ancient castle, which was built close to 1066. This goes 700-800 years behind the Victorian Era, which is an interesting time.

You get to see what England may have looked like back in the Gothic age. So be sure to visit and explore the vast building!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=5935

(4) London Eye.

Move further south the Thames, and you’ll find the London Eye. This is actually a Ferris wheel.

Surprising, isn’t it?

Here, you can get the highest view of London, if you get to the wheels’ top. Specifically, you can reach a height of 245 meters.

Besides taking pictures of the wheel, you can get to the top and snap pictures from there!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=6345

(5) The Walkie Talkie Building. Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

This building is located at Fenchurch Street, London’s business district. The building is a commercial skyscraper, which looks like a Walkie Talkie.

The shape is weird, but fun to look at.

Due to its size, you’ll have to take pictures of the building a few blocks away. You won’t capture its essence otherwise!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=5904

(6) Tower Bridge.

You’ll recognize this bridge if you watched the London 2012 Olympics. This building crosses the River Thames, connecting Southwark and Tower Hamlets.

The bridge was built 123 years ago, so it’s quite old. The fact that it is withstanding to this day is fascinating.

You can take pictures of surrounding London from this location. Or, you can always take a picture of the bridge from afar!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=5927

(7) The Shard.

Speaking of Southwark, we have The Shard. This is a skyscraper that is 95 stories, and over 300 meters high.

This the 2nd tallest building in the UK. The shape of the building looks like a glass shard, or specifically, a very thin pyramid.

You can best get pictures of the building from the Tower Bridge. You’ll get the building’s size etched better into your photo!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=5915

(8) Buckingham Palace. Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Back to the Westminster region. This is where the royal UK monarch resides. It’s also the administrative building for the UK royalty.

You can take pictures of the building, but you won’t get a meeting with the Queen.

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=5813

(9) Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

The Bishop of London manages this cathedral.

The cathedral is located at Ludgate Hill, which is London’s highest point. It is one of London’s most known religious sites.

If you’re religious, you’ll definitely enjoy the mood of the building.

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=6018

(10) The Square Mile.

This is actually the location where the Walkie Talkie building is. The Square Mile is London’s business district.

Consider it to be the Switzerland of the city.

This area isn’t as crowded as other parts of the city. The population here is low, so you’ll definitely enjoy the area.

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Source:

http://publicdomainphotography.com/media.details.php?mediaID=6127

Final Reminder.
If you want pictures of London, make sure to take them during day time. London can be smoggy city, with low levels of sunlight. (Does not apply for PRO photographers with DSLR and tripod)

You won’t photograph much in the dark.

Keep daytime for snapping pics, and the night for enjoying the world renown London nightlife!

Top 10 Landmarks in London England for Photography.

Also see:

Reasons why every photographer should donate some work to public domain

Remember to comment and like us on Facebook

Free is good – Make 10 of your best works public domain and give something back while building your reputation

Free is good – Make 10 of your best works public domain and give something back while building your reputation

Free is good - Make 10 of your best works public domain and give something back while building your reputation

 

When you start your own business, you think about how you can make money. You try to minimize your expenses as much as you can. However, you need to understand that it is not always how much you spend but how much you get back from the particular amount that you spent.

Sharing your intellectual property such as photographs as public domain can be a bit tricky. However, when done properly, this is a big help in establishing the online presence of your business. Why in the world should you make 10 of your best works public domain?

  • Be a social butterfly. Be the life of the party. Be loved wherever you go. People will want you in their social events once they see your photography skills. When people see that you have exceptional ways of capturing precious moments, people will flock around you, begging for your services.
  • The Credible Hulk. Be a photography giant when the people see that they can rely on you to take the most important shots at the most important moments of their lives. Making your best works public domain allows people to see how you can make special events worry-free experiences.
  • Rep Public. Your public domain photographs will help you establish your reputation. People will see the quality of your work and they will know that you are definitely worth hiring or that your images are worth purchasing.

Free is good – Make 10 of your best works public domain and give something back while building your reputation

  • First Impression. First impression lasts. That is definitely a cliché but it will never lose its significance. When people look you up, your works will show up in search results and that is how you will make your first impression. Choose your best works as it is your way of communicating with prospect clients.
  • When your work gets shared – online or in real life, you get your money’s worth of advertisement. After all, word of mouth is still the cheapest (er, free) and the most efficient form of advertisement.

Now, it’s time to choose your 10 best works, make them public domain, and give something back while building your reputation!

Free is good - Make 10 of your best works public domain and give something back while building your reputation

Thanks for reading join US today at

Follow us on

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+PublicDomainPhotography

Twitter: https://twitter.com/publicdomainpho

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Public-Domain-Photography-266359083778236/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/publicdomainphotography/

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/publicdomainphotography

Let’s be a part of something amazing with us!

Chic Flickr – Flickr why every photographer should have a Flickr account

Chic Flickr – Flickr why every photographer should have a Flickr account

Chic Flickr - Flickr why every photographer should have a Flickr account

When you look up images that you can use on your reports, presentations, and other documents, the best results of your search usually lead you to Flickr. If you will check the photos on Flickr, you will notice the high quality and the technically skilful shots. It is a must for every photographer to have a Flickr account. Read on to know why.

  • Flickr is one, if not the biggest photo sharing site nowadays. With just a single link, you can share any photo in this platform to anywhere in the world. As a photographer, your work gets shared easily so you will have a broader, global reach. You also have full control over who sees your photos. You can share your photos to the public or to a specific person securely.
  • With numerous categories, your photos are categorized efficiently. Some of the most popular categories in Flickr are landscapes, pink, people, weekend, and summer. This way, people who look up particular images will see your work easily. Likewise, you will find your work easily whenever you search for any of your photos.
  • One of the biggest advantages of Flickr is its amazing tag feature. With the right keywords, you can rank high in search results. This will help people know about your photography and your business if you choose to make it one.

Chic Flickr – Flickr why every photographer should have a Flickr account

  • When you register as a pro-user, you have unlimited storage space. This is very important for photographers because you can keep all of your shots and use it in your portfolio among many other projects and purposes. As a pro-member, you are also allowed to upload your photos in full resolution.
  • Flickr is also a social networking site so you can post comments on other user’s photos just like how they can post comments on your images. This is a great venue for giving and receiving feedback which makes photo sharing a learning experience for photographers.

Other photo sharing/social networking sites similar to Flickr have emerged but still, Flickr stays on top for most photographers.

Chic Flickr - Flickr why every photographer should have a Flickr account

Thanks for reading join US today at

Follow us on

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+PublicDomainPhotography

Twitter: https://twitter.com/publicdomainpho

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Public-Domain-Photography-266359083778236/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/publicdomainphotography/

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/publicdomainphotography

Let’s be a part of something amazing with us!

Perfect for you – DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera

Perfect for you – DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera

Perfect for you – DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera
DSLR is perhaps considered as the best kind of camera nowadays. Everyone seems to be able to take nice shots with such cameras. However, as technology seems to work triple time in this day and age, developments in moment-capturing devices also happen in an increasingly fast rate. Now, there are debates over the best camera of all – is it the DSLR or the mirrorless camera?
To fully understand it and to make a smart decision, you need to understand the difference between DSLR and the mirrorless camera first.
Actually, there is only one major difference between the two – the flip-up mirror. DSLR has a flip-up mirror. It flips up whenever you press the shoot button, enabling you to take a photo. On the other hand, mirrorless cameras do not have such part, hence, the name “mirrorless” camera. The mirrorless camera may sound like a high-end image capturing device but you are probably holding such technology right now. The cameras of mobile phones are mirrorless. These are known as point-and-shoot cameras.

Perfect for you – DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera

Now, which camera is perfect for you – DSLR or Mirrorless? Well, the answer lies in what it is that you want to do.
• Mirrorless cameras are smaller and lighter. This is perfect if you want to take your camera with you wherever you go.
• Mirrorless cameras show a preview of the actual photo. In some DSLRs, you need to take the picture first before you see how the modifications of the settings affected the image.
• Mirrorless cameras are discreet. With the absence of the flip-up mirror, you can take pictures without your camera making any sound.
• DSLRs have longer battery life. With longer battery life, you can take more pictures and make sure that you do not miss any special moment. You also do not need to recharge your batteries frequently.
• DSLRs are faster and focus more efficiently in motion captures such as sports and wildlife photography.
These are some of the major features of the DSLR and Mirrorless Camera compared. Now all you need to do is to consider your purpose and preference to choose which one is best for you.

Perfect for you – DSLR VS Mirrorless Camera

Thanks for reading join US today at

Follow us on

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+PublicDomainPhotography

Twitter: https://twitter.com/publicdomainpho

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Public-Domain-Photography-266359083778236/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/publicdomainphotography/

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/publicdomainphotography

Let’s be a part of something amazing with us!

DSLR VS iPhone 7 – The Battle of the Bests

DSLR VS iPhone 7 – The Battle of the Bests

DSLR VS iPhone 7 – The Battle of the Bests
The world goes crazy every time a new iPhone model is released. The same thing happened when the iPhone 7 became available in the market with the promise to have a camera that takes pictures comparable to DSLRs. Does it really have what it takes to win the DSLR VS iPhone 7 Battle?
One of the best-loved features of the iPhone is its camera. The iPhone 7 comes with not one but two rear cameras.
• Lights just right. When tested in taking pictures with the optimum lighting condition, it looks like iPhone 7 can give the DSLR a run for its money. You can hardly notice the difference in the print out. However, the difference shows when you view the images on your computer. You will notice that the photos taken using the DSLR are just cleaner.
• Yes, for ISO. This is one of the features wherein the result was surprising. Although the DSLR beat iPhone 7 in optimum lighting conditions, the latter bested the former when it comes to taking pictures in poor lighting conditions.
• Strength in numbers. Just like 7 is known to be a lucky number, iPhone 7’s camera is known to withstand drops and bumps. Unlike the DSLR lenses that are highly sensitive and prone to damage, you are most likely to use your iPhone 7’s camera for a long time.
• The Fast and the Pictures. When it comes to speed, iPhone 7 wins but when it comes to the quality of the photos taken at their maximum speed, the DSLR emerges victorious. Therefore, it is definitely better for action shots especially in wildlife and in sports.
• App, App, and a Way. DSLR has numerous features when it comes to effects, accessories, and lenses. However, you can also maximize available apps for your iPhone 7 so you can achieve the image effect that you are aiming for.
Although the DSLR still comes out on top when it comes to taking stills, no one can deny that the iPhone continues to improve at an exceptionally fast rate. It also has its advantages over the DSLR so make sure that you consider all the possible factors before making your choice.
DSLR VS iPhone 7 – The Battle of the Bests

Terms of Service

Terms of Service

This is a legally binding agreement between two parties (you and PublicDomainPhotography.com). These set terms of service are what grant you access to the website and allow you to use its contents.

Videos and photographs under the Creative Commons CC0 from PublicDomainPhotography.com shall be considered as content under this document. Photographs, drawings, and objects of similar characteristics shall be considered as Images while Videos will include animations and films, all moving images and footage or other audio/visual representations recorded in any format.

Revision and amendment of these terms of service are bound to be done without necessarily notifying you. By using PublicDomainPhotography.com, you accept to be bound by these conditions.

Using Images and Videos

Public Domain Photography releases photographs, graphics, and videos under Creative Commons CC0. Contributors to Public Domain Photography website content have released their copyrights and any other claims to the Images and Videos under law abiding terms. Credit and links back to Public Domain Photography website is not mandatory but is appreciated. Feel free to modify and use the content available for any suitable purposes without crediting the original owner or source.

Limitations:

  1. a) Public domain photography guidelines and the law do not allow the use of images and videos depicting identifiable persons for pornographic, unlawful or other immoral purposes. The media cannot also be used in a way that tarnishes the reputations of people or to endorse any objects and services by those persons, brands, organizations, etc.
  1. b) Public Domain Photography does not require a written Model Release for each Image or Video that shows identifiable people. As such we cannot guarantee that the content available will satisfy every purpose, you intend to use it for.

 

  1. c) Some content may be subject to additional rights and trademarks. The use of the described content may require the consent of a third party or the license of these rights. Public Domain Photography does not represent or make any warranties that it owns or licenses any of the mentioned, nor does it grant them.
  1. d) You may not redistribute contents from Public Domain Photography and utilize then on a similar or competing service, unless you have permission to do so from Public Domain Photography.

Uploading Images

Public Domain Photography reserves the right to screen any photographs or graphics you upload to the Website. The content will be screened upon upload to see if they meet the requirements suitable for distribution. Public Domain Photography does not accept any adult oriented images.

By uploading content to the website, you release artwork under Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain. This statue applies to all countries in the world. If this is considered legal, you grant anyone the right to use your content for any purpose without any restrictions unless stated by the law.

The responsibility of content you upload falls solely on you. You declare that all proprietary rights regarding the Image are under your name and you are obliged to obtain a non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, and royalty-free Model and/or Property Release and/or any other permission necessary concerning the use of this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.

By using Public Domain Photography, you accept the condition that it doesn’t allow the submission of content that infringes on any violations of rights and trademarks.

By accepting these terms of service, one waivers the right to seek legal suits against public domain photography should the content you upload be misused or abused. Public domain photography does pledge to do its best to prevent this from happening.

Public domain photography reserves the right to delete any content on its platform if it is deemed to be defective, of poor quality, or in violation of any rights.

Termination

Public domain photography reserves the right to get rid of or suspend your account for any reason whatsoever. This includes without limitation breaching the TOS. Upon termination, your right to use the Website will immediately cease. You should take note that all this is possible without warning or liability.

Indemnification for Breach of terms

Any claims of any nature due to loss, damages, and expenses shall not be held against public domain photography. You also agree to indemnify and hold harmless Public Domain Photography from and against any and all claims filed by third parties arising out of your use of the Website.

Warranty and liability

The website provides the content “as is.” Public domain photography doesn’t offer any form of guarantee on the content provided. The accuracy of any information on any rights or licenses under this agreement does not represent or claim that the platform or its content will meet your requirements. It should also be noted that the use of contents under public domain photography will be sometimes interrupted and is not error free.

Public domain photography is not liable to incur any expense rising from a claim from you or a third party in regards to damages, costs and losses arising out of your use of the website or its content.