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threebytes says

Hi Folks,

we bought several pictures on photodune which we want to use in a book release. Do we have to make a special copyright notice for each picture?

If so, does anybody have an example for how the wording could be?

Many thanks in advance! greg

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LanceSnider says

Nope, you don’t need to credit the photos if you don’t want to. Keep in mind, if it’s a book you’re selling, you will need the extended licenses.

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threebytes says

Thank you for the clear answer! :)

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