User talk:Ad Meskens(Redirected from User talk:AdMeskens)
Hi! In a piece about U.S. politics, I used your WhiteHouse02 image. As requested, I included the credit (though I spelled out copyright), and I'm sending along a link to the piece. All best, and thanks! It's a lovely shot. http://www.lefthooks.net/2017/03/17/untitled/
Reprint of "Bruges belfry 06.JPG"Edit
I just downloaded the image "Bruges belfry 06.JPG" in high. res. and wanted to ask or the permission of a reprint in Graz Architecture Magazin -(GAM.13 -"Spatial Sequences"). GAM is a university funded magazine at a print run of 1.000pcs. and will also be published as eBook (German & English). I kindly wanted to ask for your permission to reprint your image of the bell tower in Bruges.
I look forward to hearing from you! Best wishes, Ramona
-- Editorial assistant GAM.13
Use of Karnak HieroglyphicsEdit
I just downloaded the Karnak Hieroglyphics image for use in a digital book that I am creating for my 6th grade students. The "book" will not be distributed through any channel other than from me to my students or to colleague teacher for use in his or her classroom. Thank you for your contribution. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 2606:A000:4F91:EF00:A136:200A:926F:E5EA (talk) 23:00, 5 January 2017 (UTC)
Use of James Gordon Bennett Memorial photoEdit
Thank you for providing this beautiful picture! Just writing to let you know I created a silhouette from your photo that is currently used online at https://etgdesign.com/writing/great-secrets/knowledge-and-values. —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 2601:440:8400:5260:a986:19b0:62d:3b91 (talk) 01:45, 18 March 2017 (UTC)
Use of Sousse mosaic circus horsesEdit
Thank you for providing this image. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sousse_mosaic_circus_horses.JPG
My name is Han and I work for Lion TV in London. We are making a TV programme about Roman chariots and we would like to use this image in our programme. We will credit you in the end of the film, we don't anticipate any issues of that but at this stage, we cannot guarantee it on all versions of the programme as it is subject to broadcasters approval.
My email address is HAN.ZHANG@LIONTV.CO.UK. Please email me if you would like to know more details about our programme and need to have further discussions. Thank you very much.
Use of Platzer Motte B-3 D-MAIL im Verkehrsmuseum DresdenEdit
Thank you very much for this image. We used it in a blog article published on August 3rd, 2017, referring to the "Day of the E-Mail". In Germany, there is a federal project called "De-Mail". This was meant to securely sent e-mails which also will be accepted as official correspondence, i.e. when writing to an administrative office. Still, this project is far from being productive. Our blog article criticizes this fact and, therefore, refers to the "D-MAIL" located in the Verkehrsmuseum Dresden.
Sorry, no. Try the Intrepid Museum itself. Sincerely07:14, 11 October 2017 (UTC)
Use of the München Mariensäule puttoEdit
Thank you so much for this among the 10,000 photos that you contributed, Ad. I just appended the putto to the end of Chapter IV of the novel Goilem, Annotated which you can access at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2HhiZwyRmuMMVd1ci1RclZ4Q2s/view?usp=sharing (permission needed). Mpulier (talk) 22:11, 13 October 2017 (UTC)
Leibniz 's denkmalEdit
Dear Ad Meskens, Thanks for posting this image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Leipzig_Leibniz_Denkmal_07.JPG I am working for Project Vox (more info here. The website is purely educational with no commercial intentions. We are considering to use your photo to illustrate a date in the timeline. Obviously, we will mention your name in the photo's description. I hope this is ok with you. If you have questions or comments please feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you again for your work, Best Regards, Mattia Begali
Duke University, NC, US
Dear Ad Meskens, thank you very much for uploading the DO-228 picture taken in Antwerp. I will include this picture in my dissertation as an example of a platform I worked with as the available pictures at our institute unfortunately cannot compare to the quality of your work. Naturally, the copyright will be credited as desired. In addition, the dissertation / PhD thesis is of no commercial use, but will be publicly available once accepted. Thank you very much! Simon Schatz —Preceding unsigned comment was added by 2001:16B8:2DFE:5F00:E0EA:F0F2:4D10:BEA (talk) 13:01, 7 May 2018 (UTC)
Use of image: "Muenchen Neue Pinakothek Ensor Still Life"Edit
Dear Ad Meskens,
Thank you very much for providing the image "Still Life in the Studio":https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Muenchen_Neue_Pinakothek_Ensor_Still_Life.jpg. I have downloaded it and would like to use this image for an article about James Ensor for our upcoming design reference book with the title "Fierce - Remarkable Graphic Styles". We will credit you in the photo's description. If you would like to know further details or have any queries please feel free to contact me: email@example.com Thank you again for your contribution.
De website van het museum https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/261 vermeldt "KUNSt FOUNDRY. N.Y." Met kleine t dus. Ad Meskens (talk) 12:10, 30 August 2018 (UTC)
Use of Photos from Dark IslandEdit
I wanted to let you know I have used a modified form of one of your photos of the Singer Castle on Dark Island for a book cover, to be serialized on the web and later put into print form. I obtained the photos from this link. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Island. I have provided attribution in the caption directly below the photo. It can be viewed at this page www.myserialbook.com. The final cover is yet to be determined, but attribution and link information will be included on the copyright page of the print and e-book editions if used. Wonderfully clear photos. I had to remove a few of the 'modern' updates visible, as the novel is set in an earlier time period, but the changes were minor. I would be happy to send you a copy of the e-book, when it launches next year.