Licenses and author rights
You can define the licenses applicable to each individual photo uploaded here on Llifle to protect your own author rights. You can also choose to let us add a dynamically placed watermark on medium or large sized photos to further protect the images from unauthorized usages.
By default, if no other selection is done on the upload form, the selected license will be the CC-BY Creative Commons Attribution License (see below).
Copyright - All rights reserved
In order to use this work you have to ask its author for permission. This doesn't mean that author won't allow you to use the image (or use it freely), but you have to ask him.
Work can be freely used for any purpose, even commercial ones. The original author of image doesn't have to be mentioned under shared or derived work.
CC-BY Creative Commons Attribution License - work can be freely copied and altered by anyone, but the original author must be credited with the derived work.
CC-BY-NC Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial License - work can be freely copied and altered only for non-commercial purposes. Original author must be credited.
CC-BY-ND Creative Commons Attribution NoDerivs License - work can be freely copied but cannot be altered in any way. Original author must be credited.
CC-BY-SA Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License - work can be freely copied and altered, but must be shared under the same license in which it was obtained. Original author must be credited.
CC-BY-NC-ND Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivs License - work can be used only for non-commercial purposes and it must not be altered. Original author must be credited.
CC-BY-NC-SA Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike License - work can be freely used for any non-commercial purposes, but must be shared under the original license under which it was obtained. Original author must be credited.
Note: Creative Commons Licenses define what rights author wishes to retain and which to give up. None of these licenses implies that the author of the work has to be told about where his work was used. However many of the authors appreciate if they're informed where their works appear. More about CC licenses in Creative Commons license help.