Can anyone help with a list of free photo and video sites? I dont want to violate any copyright laws when copying images from the web
I'd recommend using works that fall under a Creative Commons license. There are several types of licenses, but the best one is where you're allowed to remix or add on to an existing work *or* use it for commercial purpose--as long as you attribute it to the original creator.
Some people will tell you how they want to be attributed. Others don't mention it all. In cases of those who don't mention it, attribute the work to them, linking back to the source of the image or the author's website.
There are online guides on how to attribute. And to find Creative Commons images, all you have to do is google it. Always make sure that the license is the right one, attribute, follow whatever rules, and you have free images! It's a little complicated but worth the effort.
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
I see Hubs where beautiful photos are used and are from Pinterest. The photos are usually credited as being from Pins. Are we allowed to use those photos??
by mommyfreelancer 9 years ago
Or do you really use your own? Some of the images I saw on some of the hubs looked like they were taken off the search engines. Am not very familiar with the policies, and it says that post only images that you have a right to. So I always include the source of the pictures I used from the search...
by cre8ivOne 5 years ago
Can anyone point me to the page about acceptable photo websites? I have lost track of this page and my options. Thanks much!
by Celina Martin 5 years ago
Is it really mandatory to have original images for getting the coveted Hub of the Day prize or images from other sources would do the task? Would love to hear more from all fellow hubbers
by Dexter Whinfield 2 months ago
Greetings Hubbers. I'm kindly asking for your help, your feedback on this article. I know that there are a few glaring mistakes, but I'm not picking them up. https://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph … -and-worryThank you
by Richard Bivins 3 years ago
I just came across This Post that discusses a new database on Flickr where you can search over 2.5 million public domain images from books and other publications dating to 500 years old.Of course you can go right to Flickr but the above linked article shows exactly how to navigate the...
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