Mashup Utilising Creative Commons Material

Hot Air Balloon Web

 

‘Spider Web Balloon’

This image was created from three photographs made available through Flickr and which have a Creative Commons license.

I would like to sincerely thank these individuals who made their photographs available for creative adaptation and modification.

Don Biresch. (2011). ‘Hot Air Balloon Fest Uniontown, NJ’. The photograph was made available by user, dfbphotos, and the photograph was taken on August 5, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/55938699@N07/6014512160/in/photolist-aatWVw-aarabv-cVZb97-cnYEfJ-aavLsy-aaskrK-aav9Jw-aav9yY-aavLbo-aavKgQ-aavKQC-9aartK-9adygm-9aargX-9ady5s-9adzD9-9aaq8z-9adyqq-9aaqTe-9aaqiK-9adyB9-daPS6t-dcGHi8-dcGKah-dcGGYc-9aaqut-9adADL-f9G8CT-d1ayQQ-cN9VcW-cNa1pJ-cN9ZiU-cN9Tuh-cN9UeQ-cN9SoU-dcGJNb-dcGJCu-dcGL5A-8y4FqD-efHg5S-9imr2v-9ipvyN-9imqrt-9ipvV3-9ipvdd-9ipwfd-9ipvrS-9imqu6-9ipw2U-9imrqH-9imqkR

Kristine Paulus. (2010). ‘Spider’. The photograph was taken on August 15, 2010, and “Taken from the inside of a house in Orient, New York”. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/13796250@N00/4902693523/in/photolist-8tezYF-8FVJ2U-eM8Fxa-8JZa3e-dbr6Mx-bLboCD-amFBTh-8MfojK-8FQej2-9zovj9-8yN4WL-8xfuTj-arHp6j-7XKDtc-eBZ7qQ-apVWE4-apYDnA-apYCtQ-apVW7p-apVX2e-apYDDU-bsSE2a-9fEztw-apVXEv-apYDzf-apYDuN-9T2Q9x-bvvwas-adW4jj-cxieQw-9Cw8M3-9GUiL9-bYoY8f-afhCqA-8x7V38-8xaXZA-8xaYHA-acet1g

Catherine Singleton. (2011). ‘Trees: A random shot looking directly up, surounded by trees :-)’ The photograph was taken on February 14, 2011, in Widnes, England, Great Britain. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/57471276@N05/5445857570/in/photolist-9ierJ3-a3ZDcn-bD8p28-bD8prR-8kr5XT-9qVjSJ-997cQz-baULpM-fah1d2-8jmHt6-aiBCs4-ahFbDe-bEJts4-bwng1W-fLtEs2-c7rS4Y-drNi8g-9mq9df-8cSW4Y-bypHyj-danGEB-bL4qyt-9rKteD-aeLWYo-edFBxd-9UR3LV-cWYGiS-bYM7qL-d4ovaN-9MRFLY-foVa1S-b5Jroc-dWdoRx

 

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2 responses to “Mashup Utilising Creative Commons Material

  1. Can tell you had lots of fun doing these mash-ups Ruth – I think this one’s my favourite! I agree, Pixlr is a great piece of software. I have Photoshop on my MacBook but it’s pretty intimidating to use. Somehow, Pixlr (though very much like Photoshop) is less so! Can you see yourself using Pixlr in the future?

    • Hello Phoebe. Thank you, I did have a lot of fun trying to do the mash-ups. I must admit, I did feel like each attempt was not quite perfect though. It can be quite intimidating, I agree. I think I can see myself using Pixlr in the future, but I think more for creative (i.e. presentation) purposes, and as a collaborative project. Do you also see yourself using Pixlr in the future?

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