Sloppy, Inconsiderate, and, well, illegal - feedback about the 'Top Liked Photos' in the community
I would like to mention that the section titled, "Top Liked Photos," relays absolutely no credits. If I liked an image and needed it some some conservation publication work, I would not be able to contact the author for permissions. Neither could I just use the image (in non-profit or educational realms) and give the photographer artist credit. That unprofessionalism infuriates me. So does having to provide program development consultation.every.where.I.go.
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@Mimesis when you are looking at the "Top Liked Photos" section of the community, you can click on each image and see the user who posted it. From the profile of any active community member, you can send a direct message asking for author information and permissions.
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