- dear cz,
we returned last week from our trip, full of experience,and have a lot
of photos and recordings from the reunion and the talks.
i dont know haow to put them on the website.
wayting for your ideas,
gidi and rita shilo
- I, for one, give blanket permission for anyone who took a picture of
Kathy and me at the reunion to post it, provided you let me know where
it is. Kathy and I have no pictures of ourselves together at the
reunion on our own cameras, so this will be a convenient way for us to
build up our photo album!
By the way, the Yahoo group offers a photo feature that is accessible
to people who have Yahoo IDs and are members of the group. Contact me
if you have questions about how to use this feature. I'll post some of
my own photos there for you to see as an example (once I download them
from my camera to my computer, that is).
- Dear Wolfi and Donna,
Nice to hear from you. As to the photographs; I would like to ask that
before any photographs are put on a public website, you and anyone else who
took photographs, get the permission of the people the photograph is of.
If it is a general photograph of more than 4 people, this is not necessary,
but if it a close up shot of 4 people or less, I think that those
photographed have the right to say whether they want their picture to be
displayed publicly. It should not be too much trouble to send a copy to
those concerned and get their consent.
All the best,
- Miriam (Mimi) Taylor <mirtaylo@...>
> hi group,I took very few photographs and all of them of buildings and street scenes,
> where are you,
> what about the pictures you took of cz.?
> let's look at them
I have not yet developed all of them, when I do I will send them to Jerome
to be placed on the website.
Eventually, it may be worthwhile arranging photographs according to subject
matter rather than by the photographer, or the source of the photograph.
"Czernowitz streets and buildings as seen by different photographers".