It's usually safe to assume that any picture that is not your own or in a 'free pictures' library will be someone's copyright. Wherever possible, it's best to take your own pictures. It's also more fun. But where it's not possible, e.g. a historical hub about Henry VIII, borrowing a stock picture from Wiki probably isn't going to land you in trouble. When the picture isn't your own, it's best to credit the source.
I have a lot of free photos for you to use, here at HubPages.
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Check them out.
Wikipedia uses copyright free photographs so we can use them also.
by Katina Davenport4 years ago
Where can you find free photos online besides Flickr, Wikipedia, and Google commons?
by Mazzy Bolero5 years ago
What sites offer downloads of your hub pictures without your permission and what do you do?After the new Google Algorithm I tried searching google for my name on Hubpages and after seeing all my comments listed, but...
by debsdream8 years ago
Where would I go on the internet to post a photo for my hubpage? Thanks for any and all help. debsdream
by Amber2 years ago
I wanted to post this under questions, but I wrote too much. The topic may sound like a stupid question, but hear me out. I want to e-publish my first book and I am using my own pictures. Some of the pictures are of...
by Jennifer Arnett4 years ago
Where do you get free photos for your hubs?Is it true that you need a model release if someone's face is in the picture. How about posting a pic of a celebrity? If I'm doing a product review can I post...
by hubwriter10 years ago
How do you tell if a Photograph on a website is copyrighted? In particular, do manufacturers who post pictures of their products copyright those pictures? Is it reasonable to assume that a manufacturer would be...
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