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themepixels says

Hi, can i use the photo below without asking permission to the author? of course i would give credit to the author.

http://bit.ly/NX9eGR

Just to make sure if this is ok. thanks :)

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psvent says

Not according to the license: “All right reserved”.

Either ask the author, or search for Creative Commons licensed work.

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themepixels says

Not according to the license: “All right reserved”. Either ask the author, or search for Creative Commons licensed work.

How do we know if it’s allowed to use?

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themepixels says

How about this http://www.flickr.com/photos/rogueinteriordesigns/4843216091/ is that allowed to use without permission?

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billyf says

How about this http://www.flickr.com/photos/rogueinteriordesigns/4843216091/ is that allowed to use without permission?
If you click at the licence, you will be redirected to this page : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en

According to that page, you can make commercial use of it but you must attribute the work

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Smartik says


How about this http://www.flickr.com/photos/rogueinteriordesigns/4843216091/ is that allowed to use without permission?
If you click at the licence, you will be redirected to this page : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en According to that page, you can make commercial use of it but you must attribute the work

Okay, but what about “Request to license rogue-designs’ photos via Getty Images”? This make me unsure.

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How about this http://www.flickr.com/photos/rogueinteriordesigns/4843216091/ is that allowed to use without permission?
If you click at the licence, you will be redirected to this page : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en According to that page, you can make commercial use of it but you must attribute the work
Okay, but what about “Request to license rogue-designs’ photos via Getty Images”? This make me unsure.
In my opinion, if you do not want to give credits to the original creator of the photo but you still want to use that image, then you need to buy it via Getty Images.

Most likely that it is only necessary to buy it if you cannot comply with the restrictions given under Creative Commons licence.

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themepixels says




How about this http://www.flickr.com/photos/rogueinteriordesigns/4843216091/ is that allowed to use without permission?
If you click at the licence, you will be redirected to this page : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en According to that page, you can make commercial use of it but you must attribute the work
Okay, but what about “Request to license rogue-designs’ photos via Getty Images”? This make me unsure.
In my opinion, if you do not want to give credits to the original creator of the photo but you still want to use that image, then you need to buy it via Getty Images. Most likely that it is only necessary to buy it if you cannot comply with the restrictions given under Creative Commons licence.

What about using it but you cropped it. Is it allowed?

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billyf says


In my opinion, if you do not want to give credits to the original creator of the photo but you still want to use that image, then you need to buy it via Getty Images.

Most likely that it is only necessary to buy it if you cannot comply with the restrictions given under Creative Commons licence.
What about using it but you cropped it. Is it allowed?
Again, as in the licence page (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en ), you are free to remix (to adapt the work). Hence, I believe that cropping is a form of adaptation as well, and is permitted by the licence.
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themepixels says



In my opinion, if you do not want to give credits to the original creator of the photo but you still want to use that image, then you need to buy it via Getty Images.

Most likely that it is only necessary to buy it if you cannot comply with the restrictions given under Creative Commons licence.
What about using it but you cropped it. Is it allowed?
Again, as in the licence page (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en ), you are free to remix (to adapt the work). Hence, I believe that cropping is a form of adaptation as well, and is permitted by the licence.

Thanks billyf for the info :)

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