A limited copyright license is issued to Pleasure Island
Condominiums by George M. Wedding for electronic publication
of the content, including photographs, graphics and informational
text descriptions, on this commercial Web site (www.pleasureislandcondos.com)
and for use in related marketing material produced or authorized
by Pleasure Island Condominiums. All rights are reserved
and licensing limitations apply, including transfer of content
to third parties. Direct site inquiries to:
Pleasure Island Condominiums
6426 Buford Highway/ Doraville, GA/ 30340
Photography, graphics, text permissions
This copyright notice applies to all content, including
photographs, graphics and informational text descriptions,
that appear on the www.pleasureislandcondos.com Web
site. The Web site, and the original creative works that appear
here are intellectual property protected by the U.S. Copyright
Act of 1976 as amended and by international law. The creator
and owner of the rights to content that appears on this site,
including original photographs, graphics and informational
text descriptions, is George Wedding of GEOPIX.
Some content may be available to license for publication,
and photographic fine art prints for personal or corporate
use are available for sale some as limited edition
prints. Direct content permissions inquiries to:
6216 Thicket Ct./ Elk Grove, CA/ 95758
Web site: www.geopix.com
George Wedding is a freelance photographer and writer with
editorial, advertising and corporate clients. An Indiana native,
he has worked as a staff photojournalist with the Palm
Beach Post (1976-1979), the San Jose Mercury News
(1979-1985) and as director of photography with The Sacramento
Bee (1985-1991). He was named Newspaper Photographer of
the Year in 1980 by the National Press Photographers Association
and has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. His work
is widely published in newspapers, books and magazines.
Any commercial use of the photographs, graphics and information
contained within this Web site is expressly forbidden without
a copyright license from George M. Wedding of GEOPIX, Inc.
The content herein may not be downloaded, except by the normal
browser viewing process, or copied to another computer or
transmitted to display, project, reproduce, publish, broadcast,
store electronically, manipulate, or alter in any way, including
without limitation, any digitization or synthesizing of the
images, alone or with any other material, by use of a computer
or other electronic means, or any other method or means now
or hereafter known, without the express written consent of
GEOPIX and payment of any appropriate fees designated by the
No images herein are within the Public Domain, and their
use, even as the basis for another photographic concept or
illustration is a violation of copyright. Other uses, including
those for government agencies are expressly forbidden without
securing a copyright license.
To request information on obtaining a commercial license
or to have original content developed for your business, please
e-mail the following information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your name and corporate title
URL(s) and description of information requested
URL(s) and description of photographs or graphics requested
Planned use of the content.
Educational, Governmental or Non-Profit Organization Use
Any governmental or non-profit use of the photographs and
information contained within this site is expressly forbidden
without obtaining a copyright license from GEOPIX. To request
a license, please send queries to the GEOPIX e-mail address
above. Educational institutions may make limited reproductions
only within the specific limits and regulations defined by
U.S. copyright law.
Limited individual use
Permission is granted for an individual customer or prospective
customer of Pleasure Island Condominiums to download
or reproduce any information for his/her personal use only.
Redistribution in printed form is limited to five copies only.
Distribution via electronic media is prohibited.
When a copyright infringement is discovered,
you will be contacted by the author of the material, asked
to remove the material from your Web site publication and
invoiced an industry standard fee for the basic usage. If
payment is received in a timely fashion (defined in the invoice),
the fees will be considered full compensation for the unauthorized
usage. If the violation is for commercial use, or payment
is witheld for any reason, a triple fee penalty may be applied.
(This is a standard publishing industry practice, and a reasonable
alternative to costly copyright actions in court.)
If it becomes necessary, offenders who do not respond will
be prosecuted in U. S. Federal Court for copyright infringement.
For any single violation of works registered with the U.S.
Copyright Office, you or your firm could be subject to statutory
damages as high as US$150,000 (per infringement), as well
as all court costs and attorneys' fees.