A Simple Tip On How To Use Photos On Your Blog Legitimately.

Recently, I read some interesting discussions in which bloggers commented on the legitimacy of using pictures from the Internet and placing them on their blog post.

Using photos taken from the Internet and including them on our blog without prior permission may be problematic because of copyright issues. To avoid legal problems that could arise from such situation, when I’m not using my own photos, I use photos from software like Print Master and Print Workshop for my blog.

In fact, I bought some old versions of the software for less than $ 20 dollars and this gives me access to more than 20,000 images that I can use in my publications legitimacy. I cannot sell the photos, but the purchase of this software gives me permission to use them in my publications.

Here are some examples of photos coming from those software.









3 comments for “A Simple Tip On How To Use Photos On Your Blog Legitimately.

  1. 19/09/2013 at 10:55 am

    Intersting way. I use free images from plattforms like pixelio or shutterstock or istockphoto

    Cheers from Germany



  2. 22/09/2013 at 8:31 am

    I do not think it is illegal and before I started blogging I did a lot of research to make sure I didn’t do anything wrong, I use stock exchange or sxc.hu. Tons of photos and for some you are asked to give credit to the photographer which I make sure to do whenever asked. Haven’t had any problems. Thank you for the new idea as well. Have a great day.

    • 23/09/2013 at 9:20 am

      Thanks for the comments Burton. I used those site from time to time. I found it difficult sometimes to get what I want. Have a great week.

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