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Tintree is a personal photoblog for an amateur photographer based in northern England.
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Copyright and Licensing

All text and images, unless otherwise noted, are subject to UK and international copyright laws and are the property of R.A.Humphrey. No image may be reproduced, downloaded, copied, stored, manipulated, or used whole or in part of a derivative work, without the written permission of  R.A.Humphrey. All rights reserved.

This means that you should not steal, copy, resell or rework anything you see on this website. The usual sort of thing really. Of course I cannot technically stop you doing any of these things,  although I will make it as hard as possible. All the images that are mine have been watermarked and tagged and I take a perverse pleasure in recovering them if they are used without permission. I take particular offence at individuals who embed my content in their website and leech my bandwidth. Don’t do it, its rude.

There are some images that I put in other places, that are licensed under Creative Commons. The details will be in the metadata for the image and there will be a CC logo visible. They will usually be a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. This only applies to images clearly marked as such.

All that said it does my ego good if someone likes what I do enough to want one of my images. Contact me via the ‘Contact me’  page indicating which image you are interested in, what you propose to use it for and most important your email address. I will get back to you and we can come to an agreement that suits us both.

Bobh 2016


This website is a toy. I do not take it too seriously, and neither should you. If you find something here you like, leave a comment. If something upsets you then close the tab and go somewhere else.

I am not a professional photographer, but that’s only because I couldn’t live on what I have earned so far. If I have taken your picture and I have given you a card, then I am quite happy to give you a digital copy of the image(s) for free. I think this is a reasonable and sociable thing to do providing that it does not involve me in a lot of work or cost me anything other than my time.

If you want to use one of my images on a website or in a printed publication, especially if it is a commercial use (ie you get money or something of value for it) then I will expect both reasonable commercial rates of payment/or payment in kind, and proper accreditation. I might forgo the payment if I like what you are doing with the image, but I need the credit for the image because one day the world will discover my genius and unless they have a way to contact me the fame and riches will pass me by.

In the event that you feel the need to contact me please use the ‘contact me’ menu option. If you have one of my cards use the address on that and send me an email. Whichever you use I will reply.

Have fun