All our images are copyright protected and may not be used in any way without our explicit permission.
There is one exception to this: our “flash embed” slide shows, with corresponding back-links.
Using photo slide show flash embeds
With this method you can embed on a web page, for example on your blog, a slide show with a selection of our images. This type of use is free, and is mainly intended for use on personal blogs and wine blogs.
The only requirement for this kind of use is that you keep the back-links to the BKWine Photography site that appears under the flash embed.
We would very much appreciate if you let us know when you use one of our slide shows on your pages.
Here is an example:
This is how you do it:
- Find a “gallery” on the subject you are interested in. For every gallery there is a slide show embed. You can find the galleries in two ways:
- Best: Search in the blog in the Wine Picture of the Day posts: www.bkwinephotography.com/category/wine-picture-of-the-day/
- Not so good: Look in the Sample Gallery list: www.bkwinephotography.com/portfolio/galleries/ (you will have to go to the gallery and click on the View Slideshow link, and you may need to change the size of the slide show, see below)
Don’t remove the links!
Remember: you MUST keep the back-links and credit text under the flash slide show. If you remove the links under the slide show you violate our conditions for use and no longer have the right to use the slide show. The back-links are what we get in return for letting you publish the slide shows on your site!
Adjusting the size
You can change the size of the slide show by changing the width and height parameters in the code. You have to change it in two places.
Important for WordPress users: Some WordPress installations cause a problem for these slide shows: When you use the code on a WordPress blog/site you paste the embed code in the HTLM editing mode. If you then switch over to “visual” editing mode, before saving/publishing the post, the code gets corrupted and WordPress will display an empty frame below the slide show.
To avoid this problem you will have to save/publish the post when still in HTML mode. It will then display correctly. We have not found a solution to this issue yet. (If you know how to solve it please let us know!) At the end of this post there is an example how it looks when you have this problem.
If you have any questions on any of the above, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Example of the WordPress embed issue: