Project for the organization, indexing and availability of the photographic collection, carried out by photographer Leonide Principe: +100,000 analog and digital photographs of Amazonian ecosystems and native peoples. The interactive site intends to offer an accurate selection of 1,000 photographs, making navigation available to the general public and, mainly, the use of images for the education and culture sectors, within the principle of Creative CommonsThe purpose of Creative Commons licenses is to help creators legally share their knowledge and professional activities to drive a new era of development. By offering free and easy-to-use licensing, it helped create a simple and standardized way to allow the public to make use of the work of diverse artists, photographers, illustrators and designers without, however, compromising copyright. Creative Commons is based on the Copyright Law in force, being just an extension of the same that aims to promote the sharing of knowledge and creativity as a form of social transformation. (sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal instruments – CC licenses).
Creative Commons is based on the Copyright Law, being just an extension of the same that aims to promote the sharing of knowledge and creativity as a form of social transformation.
Under written authorization from the Author, photographs of this work can be shared in non-commercial activities, for educational and cultural use and with attribution of credit in the following terms: Photography by Leonide Principe.