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SimpleSites4U says

Hey folks, I think i need to step my game up and actually buy some really hot images for use in my theme demos (i love the free ones from pixabay – but there just not quite cutting it for me)

Where would be a good place to look? and would it be ok for me to buy some from photodune to use in my demos? or even use them for free?

Sorry for potentially silly question

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kriskorn says

This is the FAQ for asset usage – http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/122

You can use Photodune preview images without buying them and if you need larger images, then just buy them, but you can’t .zip them to the final download package. Also a good post about stock images on Tuts+ Premium blog: https://tutsplus.com/2012/04/how-to-find-beautiful-and-free-placeholder-images/

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SimpleSites4U says

wow brilliant info! thank you very much pal

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