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Hi folks, just a simple question.Am i in the obligation to always link in the help file the model i used for my preview image, or just saying that the model is not included is enough. I tried to find the answers in forums, but nothing concret. Could it be a reason for rejection?

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You may or may not link to your photos in your help file. It really depends on license you’ve aggreed with.

If you use Photodune images without paying for them (with watermark), you need to credit each one of them in your item description on any Envato market. I don’t know if that also applies to your help file. If you paid for them, then you’re not obligated to mention them in your help file, although it’s always nice and appreciated by client when you make your project a bit easier to work with.

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