Creative Commons and Pictures

Created: Thursday, April 16, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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We already learned about Public Domain, and the pictures available as part of Public Domain. While you will be able to find a huge amount of visual content that is available within Public Domain, there is another option called Creative Commons that you should be aware of. Unlike Public Domain, where content belongs to all mankind – the content within Creative Commons still belongs to the person who created it. For pictures such as camera photographs, any content classified as Creative Commons would still belong to the photographer or the entity that commissioned the photographer.

Learn about Creative Commons, and the different licenses provided.

Categories: graphics, pictures

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