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The photographs in this section of the CAIN site are reproduced with the permission of the photographer Eamon Melaugh. All photographs are copyright © Eamon Melaugh. All rights are reserved. The images at the web site have been reduced in size for easier viewing. There are two sizes: thumbnail - 96 pixels wide (or tall); and large - 400 pixels wide (or tall). Each image has the words '© eamon melaugh' on it and this line should not be removed. Full size scanned images are held by the photographer.

Non-commercial Use by Private Individuals
You may make use of the photographs for private study provided they are not used for commerical gain. Users may therefore print a single copy of the photographs for use, for example, in university or college dissertations. Please acknowledge both the photographer and the source by including the following line beside each image:

© Eamon Melaugh (http://cain.ulster.ac.uk/melaugh/)

Reproduction on Internet
Anyone who would like to reproduce any of the photographs on a web site should first contact the CAIN Director (m.melaugh@ulster.ac.uk) and also contact the photographer.

Commercial Publication / Reproduction
Anyone who would like to reproduce any of the photographs for commercial purposes should contact the photographer. Full size scanned images can be supplied in JPEG (or other) format.

Ordering Prints
In the short-term the photographer will try to meet any demand for photographic quality prints (excluding images in Portfolio 7). This is being done on a part-time informal basis by the photographer. In the long-term it may not be possible to offer this service. Anyone who is interested in prints of the photographs should contact the photographer.


New Book of Photographs
Derry The Troubled Years
by Eamon Melaugh
Details of the book


CAIN Web Service
all photographs © Eamon Melaugh
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