Picture Copyrights

Created: Friday, July 21, 2017, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:30 am

The adage, a picture is worth a thousand words is popular. Yet, the truth may not hold good in one scenario: where the visuals originated?


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At one extreme is a presentation that is bereft of any visual content, and the other extreme is a set of slides that have all visuals and almost no text. Yes, we do live in a world of extremes! We are not advocating which is a better approach, but contemporary presenters almost always make sure that they include many visuals on their slides. The adage, a picture is worth a thousand words is popular, and yet the truth of that statement may not hold good in at least one scenario, and that is all about where the visuals originated?

Picture Copyrights

Learn about picture copyrights, and why you should respect them.


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