Copyright Matters

The Big Print

With two exceptions, you are free to take any picture in the End of Time and you can do anything you want with it, including give it away, sell it, use it to illustrate a book, a catalog, a vendor box, anything. You can modify it anyway you like. And you don't have to attribute it to the End of Time or anybody associated with the End of Time and you don't have to ask permission. However ...

Copyright claim

You cannot claim you have a copyright to an unmodified picture of any scene in the End of Time.

If you have posed somebody in a scene, and the resulting picture basically features the person posed and the End of Time just provides a background, you can claim copyright to that. If you make significant modifications to a scene that begins from a picture taken here, you can claim copyright to that.

But if it's a picture that anybody could take, and it isn't changed in any significant way, you cannot claim copyright.


If you have taken a nice picture here, we would certainly appreciate it if you tell people where you took the picture. But attribution is not required.

The Fine Print

Creative Commons License
Images from the End of Time are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License with the exception that attribution is not required (but would certainly be appreciated).