I submitted an image to the Flashkit Gallery a few weeks ago. I guess it's been pretty popular. Someone made the FlashTracker using it:
http://flashkit.com/tracker/index.ph...rt%2C+Tasmania

I was flattered and felt HONORED! Since then I've gotten about four people who would like the rights to use it for projects.

Some of them want to use it commercially, and others just for fun/edu.

I scanned a poster called "The Living Earth". I bought it about five years ago and it sat on my shelf for a while until I bought a scanner and needed something to scan. I scanned the poster in six passes, then stitched the scanns together to make one final image.

Does this give me rights to let anyone use my scan without getting into trouble with the poster manufacturer? Which, by the way, I have no idea who they are since I lost the poster.

I JUST WANT TO LET ANYONE USE IT FOR WHATEVER FOR FREE.

http://www.flashkit.com/gallery/Geog...65/index.shtml

I have a job. I don't want any money for this thing, but the company that created the poster might. I just wanted to know if I can rest easy and worry about intellectual property hassles.

thanks
-=harryo=-