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TOPIC: Episode 211...Beth Wheeler

30 May 2008 12:11 #18922

No, it's not public domain. You will have to get permission from the photographer. Any photo or images in newspapers, magazines or other printed matter are copyrighted. The photographer will probably give you permission to do it for personal use but if you sell the quilt he will probably want a commission from it. It is also best to get the permission in writing with all the stipulations written down.
Carolyn
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29 May 2008 20:17 #18882

I actually did think of that, but I (maybe mistakenly) thought that since the picture was in the paper that it was now considered public domain. I'll ask the studio owner (the photog was from out of state and i have no idea how to contact him) before I do anything.
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29 May 2008 11:37 #18853

You will want to check with the photographer to get permission to use his photograph. It's that pesky copyright thing again.

Pat in Rockport, TX
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29 May 2008 10:18 #18851

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That sounds so cool, Mandy!!! Have fun.
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29 May 2008 07:51 #18846

Two weeks ago pictures were taken at my daughter's dance studio. While the photographer was getting his camera set up all the little preschool dancers were dressed up in their cute little black and pink costumes and a fire truck drove by - of course they all ran to the window at the same time and looked out. The photog grabbed a quick shot of the group standing on tip toe looking out the window - on Sunday that shot was the "Picture of the Week" for the local paper 8) Anyway, I have been thinking that it would make a cute quilt, but I didn't know where to start - now that I saw this show I think I know what to do with it. I have a friend who works at the paper, so I am going to have her email me the picture so I can play with it.
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28 May 2008 10:39 #18815

Great show. I just ordered the ruler/cutting mat holder from ROM woodworking. They were happy to hear the show had aired as they thought it would be in July. Ricky what a great dad you have, and Ann how nice to have such great neighbours.
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Ricky's Dad 28 May 2008 06:04 #18795

Richard (and Billie-aka Mom) Tims are two of the nicest people you could ever want to meet. I have the privelege and honor of being their neighbor - and hopefully they would say friend- for part of each year when we all gather in southern Texas. What you didn't get enough of in the video clip was Richard's dry southern humor. He is just too funny sometimes.

Mr. Richard, Miss Billie We miss you and cant wait to get back to Alamo and see you when you get there. Ann
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27 May 2008 16:44 #18771

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I loved the episode and definitely have to add this to my wish list of quilts to make. I loved meeting Ricky's dad. What a nice man.

Sandy in TN
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27 May 2008 16:07 #18770

Loved this episode! If anyone out there is interested in doing some photo manipulation but doesn't have any of the fun editing software that was shown, Adobe has a free (but limited) version of Photoshop that can do some cool stuff! When you're done editing, download your creation to your computer, print it up, and stitch away!

https://www.photoshop.com/express/landing.html
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27 May 2008 09:23 #18750

The idea that Beth presented about being able to change the ink cartrage for a resist media has me VERY curious. My creative mind is racing at the possibilities. I hope TQS will let us know when this type of product is avaliable to all of us. Or do they need testers for the product. You have one here who would love to try it. Betty Ann In Sunny Florida.
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27 May 2008 07:35 #18737

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My husband is a techie who wants to learn to quilt. I told him that THIS is the episode he has to watch from beginning to end. He's retiring in a couple of years-he won't be 65 like Mr. Richard and I think it would be a great idea to get him started now.
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27 May 2008 00:19 #18732

I've printed my 2x2 poster. now to stitch and then quilt. but first to raid my thread collection. I'm inspired. Thank you TQS. :lol:
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26 May 2008 21:38 #18724

I'm on it! Just have to play with the photo.

Lissette
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Episode 211...Beth Wheeler 26 May 2008 11:31 #18692

I watched with my jaw dropped. This one really grabbed me. I love the oversized flowers and have always been fascinated with by the work of Georgia O'keefe and now with Beth Wheeler. This is something I've got to do!!
Sherry in S MS
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