One Picture May Be Worth A Thousand Headaches

Created: Tuesday, March 17, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:08 am



John BillingtonPictures make presentations work. But the most interesting and compelling images aren’t generally found in free clipart galleries. So you comb the Internet, looking for just the right image to convey your message. Click-cut-paste. You’ve got it!

While you may have “it”, that “it” is more than likely the copyright-protected work of a photographer or designer. Even for department presentations, sales presentations, training materials, and other internal business purposes, using images without the proper permission and rights is a serious issue, and may constitute a breach of the creator’s copyright.

Guest author John Billington has lots of info to share with you on this interesting topic — read the article here…

Categories: clip_media, photos, powerpoint

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