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Hello! I hope that you enjoy visiting my web site and that you’ve found the material interesting and entertaining. Obviously, there are copyright restrictions on my work, both images, and text, and it’s important that the copyright is respected, as is also the case for all photographers and writers who invariably work hard to produce their work. For information, here’s the copyright declaration that covers your visit to my site.

All photographs and images that appear under the domain are the exclusive property of
BRYAN GREGSON and are protected under United States and international copyright laws.

All text that appears on this website is the exclusive property of Bryan Gregson. Content MAY NOT BE DOWNLOADED except through the normal viewing process of the browser. Content may not be copied to another computer, transmitted, published, reproduced, stored, manipulated, projected, or altered in any way, including any use of the images alone or with any other material, by use of computer, any other electronic means or any other method now or hereafter known, without the written permission of Bryan Gregson and receipt of a fee or arrangement thereof.

No images are within the public domain. Use of any image as the basis for another photographic concept or illustration is a violation of its copyright. Bryan Gregson will actively protect copyright interests. In the event that an infringement is discovered, you will be notified and invoiced for a fee not less than TEN TIMES the industry standard and/or prosecuted for copyright infringement.

Entrance to this site is expressly on these conditions that embody all of the understandings and obligations between the parties involved. ALL ENTRIES ARE LOGGED. If you have any doubts about the context in which you would like to use an image please contact us prior to using it.

Reproduction rights for images may be obtained via licensing. Please contact Bryan Gregson if you have any questions about copyright.


As professional photographers, we receive requests for free images on a regular basis. In a perfect world, each of us would love to be able to respond in a positive manner and assist, especially with projects or efforts related to areas such as education, social issues, and conservation of natural resources. It is fair to say that in many cases, we wish we had the time and resources to do more to assist than just send photographs. However, this is a job, and like all hardworking folks, Bryan Gregson Photography can’t afford to work for free, neither can you!

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