On Wed, 30 Oct 2002, Daniel Mayer wrote:
Correct me if am I wrong somebody but I do believe
that an image copyright
holder has the right to keep a restrictive copyright on a full resolution
image AND also spin off lower resolution versions under other less
You're correct, the full resolution graphic and the lower resolution
graphics have seperate copyrights.
However in our case it would be better if we had the full resolution
graphics available as if a graphic ever needs to be resized to fit the
article better it is far better to change the size and then reduce the
resolution of a graphic than doing it the other way round.