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Can you use an image if you give credit?
No, it is not legal you need permission to use a photograph that is not yours either explicit permission from the image owner, or if the photo has been licenced using a creative commons (cc) licence (which may have various stipulations to abide by).
How do you give credit to a photo?
Do it right under each picture you use. It is a good idea to use full name and check if you spelled it right. The image credit should be put next to the picture, either right underneath it or on the right/left side, depending on what position looks best in your blog post.
How do you give credit to a photo on social media?
If you find a cool Instagram photo on Instagram that you want to share with your Instagram followers you can repost it. You can save the image and then write your own copy or you can use an app like Repost to repost this image. You must make sure you include "#Repost from @username" to give the original source credit.
How do you give someone a photo credit on Instagram?
Then tap anywhere on the photo, type in their name, and then post. Their name will show up on your photo when someone twos the tag icon. Always mention them by name in your caption so it's clear you're giving credit.
How do you credit a photo on the Internet?
author (if available) year produced (if available) title of image (or a description) Format and any details (if applicable) name and place of the sponsor of the source. accessed day month year (the date you viewed/ downloaded the image)
Can you use pictures from the Internet without permission?
Conclusion Before taking any photo or image off the internet to use in your business or for personal purposes, get permission! Whether it be via a free license such as creative commons, paying for the license through a stock photo site, or using images known to be in the public domain get permission to use the image.
Is it legal to use photos from the Internet?
The Law and Etiquette of Using Online Photos. Can I Use Photos or Images from the Internet? NO! If you can find the source of the image you can then determine if they grant a license, such as creative commons, or offer it in the public domain.
What happens if you use copyrighted images without permission?
If you own a federally copyrighted work, no one else can use your work without your permission as long as you are alive, plus an additional 70 years. If you are caught using copyrighted material or images owned by a legal copyright owner, you may have to pay him civil damages.
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