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What phone pictures can I use for my website?

I created a website recently, and I am now adding a page for the services that I offer, with the price for those services. I want to put up pictures of the devices that I do repairs for, however I also don't want to run into any licensing issues with Apple, or any other manufacturer if I put up a picture of their device. So where can I go to for these pictures? Will I actually have any problems if I just use the first stock picture of the device that I can find on the Internet?

FYI: I created and am hosting my website on Squarespace.

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Hi there,

Using stock photos without explicit permission or purchase can definitely get you into some trouble. I'd recommend licensing images through Creative Commons. They provide free, open-content licensing that maximizes digital sharing of assets. You can find Creative Commons licensed work here, with images sourced from sites like Flickr, Fotopedia, Open Clip Art Library, and Pixabay.

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Nice research! Now work on that profile so we can get to know you better so we can chide and lambaste you ;-) Kind of an initiation to the site, it was good to talk to you on the phone.


Thanks for not chiding and lambasting me on the phone ;) It was great speaking with you too!! I'll be sure to work on my profile soon. If you need anything in the meantime, feel free to give me a shout.


Thank you for your answer, I'll check those sites out!


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I don't believe you will have any copyright problems with pictures that you take yourself. Now if you were to sell a picture of someone else's art yes you would be libel. I'll get you an example in a couple of minutes.


Here's what I was referring to "Sculptor Awarded $685,000 After Photo of Korean War Memorial Used on Stamp": http://petapixel.com/2013/09/23/sculptor...

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Thank you! I'll see if I can use some nice before and after pics from previous jobs I've done.


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