Using just any online photo on your website or blog can put you in a real danger! Read and discover how to be completely sure that the photos you are using are copyright free images for websites!
As a business owner or entrepreneur in a time of visual content marketing, you have probably made it to a point to look for and use copyright free images for websites on your site, blog or ecommerce store. You have never just used any online photo you see on the web. You pay for all stock photos you use. You are extremely careful and you use only Creative Commons photos from Flickr. You always attribute the creator. If you are doing all of these things, you are way ahead of many website owners, bloggers, and entrepreneurs, however, if you aren’t completely sure, you have come to the right place as we are here to help you out.
It is a clear fact that online copyright has never been more complicated or confusing, however, you still need to abide by it. The orphaned photos are even more common now, those photos that have been carefully picked, downloaded, cropped, direct-linked so that all context and ownership is completely removed. It is pretty complicated for copyright owners, especially the small creators to track down and look for copyright free images for websites, blogs, and ecommerce stores. The truth is that it takes a lot of money and time. And this makes it almost impossible for you to know, based on whether one photo carries the C or is watermarked, if the photo is copyright-free or maybe just someone cropped it off.