Unsplash Royaty and Rigths Free Images For Commercial Use

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Unsplash - FINALLY safe images you can use on your blog without fear of a copyright suit.

https://unsplash.com/

When the web started people would grab any image they found and put it on their webpage ( which mostly consisted of college student home pages ).

While it was fun, it was also technically illegal. That's because you can't just "copy" any image and use it without the owner's permissions. That's copyright law.

For a long, long, long detailed breakdown visit copryright.gov.

What Unsplash offers is tons of royalty and license free images  that you can use for non-commercial and COMMERCIAL purposes.

Need a photo for an ad? Grab one.

Need an image of a cat for your cat blog? Grab one.

Need a photo of a fast car? Vroom, vroom - got you covered.

Here's there license: https://unsplash.com/license

Here are some examples:

Photo by Cyrus Chew on Unsplash
Photo by Eddy Boom on Unsplash
Photo by Yuvraj Singh on Unsplash

I think it's a great idea that artists and photographers have an outlet to let their work be seen. They may no receive royalties, but if it weren't for sites like UNSPLASH they may never be seen at all. Keep in mind that the famous movie "Night Of The Living Dead" is in the public domain and has been ever since it was released. If not for that, George Romero would never have gotten the kind of exposure he got when nearly every TV station in the country played his movie over and over. To this day that movie is more iconic that most movies ever become.



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