I have been a wikipedian since July 82004. My area of interest on wikipedia is computing, specifically computing from the 1970s through to the mid 1990s. I'm a big fan of the computer company Commodore, which is currently my main focus on wikipedia.
I've tasked myself to replace pictures of consoles and computers that are of low quality, or have indeterminate copyright status. It amazes me how poor most pictures are on wikipedia, which is a shame, considering the time we wikipedians spent making articles interesting and informative. What is the point of creating a good article when it can be ruined by a horrible picture? It can be argued that a bad picture is worth a thousand words, but if you are going to bother to pick up that digital camera, then please do it properly! We should strive to be as professional as we can.
All my images are use the Creative Commons by-sa 2.5 licence, which basically means you have to give credit to the creator of the work. If you do happen to use one of my pictures, an email or message here on wiki would be nice, but that is optional of course.
A number of my images have been used in various Retrogaming publications. While I'm very happy for them to use my images, I am however dismayed that they do not follow the licence in which they are released by.