If you are a relative of a memorial I have entered, I will be happy to transfer maintenance to you if I am not related, or my relatives if you are more closely related than I am.
When I take photos of grave markers, I don't try anything fancy. I go for maximum readability of the inscriptions. Sometimes this means manipulating the picture in Photoshop, leaving the marker lighter or darker than it actually is.
You are welcome to use my photos of markers for any non-commercial purpose, such as personal family trees, or posting on Ancestry.com and similar sites. I can usually provide a higher resolution copy should you need one.
Walker yes - I kept the Buffalo obit just as it was - based on the Tonawanda obit, I suspect the article was written the day before it was published in the Buffalo paper and they never changed the wording to fit the publication date.