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12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Free Images & Textures

Several websites allow one to download free images for non-commercial usage, although many even allow unrestricted commercial usage as long as any content is not redistributed or resold. Whatever be the case, make sure you read every disclaimer or agreement on a site before you download from to make sure that no copyrights are being infringed. Explore sites that provide free images (


12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Google Image Source Search In Depth

Google’s Image Source Search is an amazing piece of work – we use it all the time to find a source of an unknown image! So how does Google recognize an image -- with text, of course Google's search algorithms have some content to index and then retrieve? But what does it store for images? Colors? Resolution? File name? Or more? Learn how Google's Image Source Search works. Categories:


12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Google's Image Source Search

Do you have a picture somewhere that's been with you for years -- and you have the perfect opportunity to use it in next week's big presentation? And then you just realize that you have no clue about where this picture came from? Did you buy it from a stock photo site, was it a free picture from some other site, is it even part of any Creative Commons license that allows you to use it legally?


12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Is this Picture on Flickr an Original?

Flickr does happen to be among the best resources for Creative Commons pictures. Yet how do you know that the Creative Commons licensed picture that you have found on Flickr is indeed an original asset? Even outside of Flickr, there are so many copied pictures serenading as originals -- including some you find on Google's Image Search. I do think that Flickr is a better source for original


12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Picture Copyrights: An Iceberg Study

One of the most fascinating pictures that I have seen of an iceberg is this composition by photographer Ralph A. Clevenger -- this is a fully copyrighted picture, yet a quick search on Google Images will show that this picture has been used hundreds of times on the web (see Figure 1, below). Figure 1: Search and you get hundreds of the same results So have all these web sites licensed the


12/07/2016 12:33 AM

Photographs and Copyrights: Conversation with Rikk Flohr

A refugee from 18 years in corporate management and marketing, Rikk Flohr turned his attention inward to his 20-year love affair with photography. He founded his design firm Fleeting Glimpse Images in January 2006 and divides his days between various print and screen design projects, presentation consulting and, of course, photography. He lives in Apple Valley, Minnesota.In this conversation,


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