Work created by me, Eden Hensley Silverstein, is protected by copyright. But, what exactly does that mean? Copyright gives me ownership of what I create. And while I've chosen to share my work on the Internet, as the creator of a work I still get to say how it is used and who can use it.
If you would like to share a photo without modification created by Eden Hensley Silverstein for The Road to The Good Life, please credit Eden Hensley Silverstein and link back to the original post. If you want to share a photo from my site that's been created by someone else (noted in the Credits at the bottom of each article), contact them directly. The permission they granted me may or may not extend to you. When in doubt about whether an intended use is ok or not, send me an email.
My photos and worksheets cannot be used for commercial purposes without written permission. If you'd like to license my work, send me an email and let's chat.
All images posted on The Road to The Good Life are copyrighted by their creators and used with permission.
Unsure how to credit photographs you find on the Internet? Or unclear on what an original source is? Chelsea of Frolic! wrote an extremely helpful Crediting Photographs tutorial.