DOn't Steal My Stuff!

Don't Steal My Stuff,
or I'll Eat your Lunch!

All material on this Web site © 2008-16
James W. Parker

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

The images, text and graphic materials contained in this Web site are the property of James W. Parker, dba parkerparker :: design | photography and are NOT in the public domain. Please do not copy, download, take screen-shots, reverse-engineer or otherwise re-use or appropriate any of the material presented here without express written permission of the author. Any unauthorized use will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Some scripting elements are the property of their respective originators and are used with permission.

Links

You may link to content here, provided that full credit is given at the originating link to me as the author. You may not include content from this site in frames of any sort, but must link to the page within this site in a separate window. Credit lines should read, at minimum:

© 2016 James W. Parker http://www.parkerparker.net

If you wish to quote any of the material in the site, please ask. With attribution, short quotes in proper context will be approved. Alternative attribution, such as "Photo by James W. Parker" or block-quoting with caption may also be permissible.

Publishing and stock licensing

Third-party publishing of images shown on this site, as well as images presented in private client viewing areas are available for use ONLY upon negotiation of rights and terms, and payment of the agreed upon fees. Please contact me to discuss your requirements PRIOR to using any images. My standard licensing terms are available on request.

Credits

The archive gallery is a modified version of the LRG 1 PayPal Gallery -- thanks to Joe and his crew for their terrific site and tutorials on Adobe Lightroom.

My wife Karyn deserves a hearty thank you for her ongoing support of my new creative venture. She sews, she cooks, she does the laundry, and most importantly, she is indispensable at shows. Thanks also to my father, Dr. Watson Parker, and to my mother, Olga Parker, for teaching me how to use a camera, how to write, and more importantly, how to see.