Acceptable image use policies

The use of our images within the free (attribution) license is restricted to the following, in all cases of free usage photographer / freewebphoto.com must be credited as the source.

  • personal use
  • educational journals and coursework
  • power-point presentations
  • newspapers and news articles
  • commercial web pages

For paid licences if the image is not main focus of your product or project it should fall within our acceptable royalty free use policy.

Some examples of acceptable royalty free license usage are listed below.

  • personal use
  • advertisements
  • book covers
  • book inner pages
  • magazine covers
  • magazine and newspaper articles
  • non permanent signs
  • educational journals
  • newsletters and brochures
  • software
  • web pages
  • web templates
  • power-point presentations

Some examples of unacceptable royalty free license usage are listed below.

  • calendars
  • greetings cards
  • posters
  • prints
  • artistic reference
  • mugs, mouse mats, gifts etc.

If the image is the dominant feature of your product or project then it may be used under our royalty free extended licence.

Some examples of acceptable royalty free extended license usages are listed below.

  • calendars
  • greetings cards
  • posters
  • permanent signs
  • business stationary and branding
  • prints
  • artistic reference
  • mugs, mouse-mats, gifts etc.

If you are unsure whether your intended use is acceptable, please contact us.

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