Where can I get the pictures of specific products and publish them to my site?
For example, I am writing a hub about digital cameras. I would like to write some reviews about specific cameras. Where can I get the pictures? Can I simply download it from official Sony, Canon, Nikon, ... websites?
I have read the Terms of page from Sony and it claims that all material is restricted. This makes no sense, because I am promoting their products
Try to find the spesific item in google/search and then push the button images. So now you have access to many images of the product. If there is copyright, in the specific image, you will see a notice or a layout with a message of the image source. If no you are free to re-publish. ok?
Often times you can go to the manufactures website and find the media link. There they host product pictures. Honestly, the easiest way is to just do a Google Images search and get the pictures from there. To be safe you can search for pictures that are listed under a creative commons license. Im pretty sure if you are doing editorial work on a product you can use their pictures, but you must give credit to them and show your source. NEVER, claim someone else's work is your own.
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