Learn why you should use a licensed stock photo instead of an unknown web-sourced or Google image.
- [Instructor] Before we talk about stock photography, let me be clear. Finding an image on the internet does not mean it's free to use. That image is most likely licensed or legally covered by copyright, trademark, or other limitations for usage. In other words, finding an image on the internet is okay for creative inspiration, but not for reuse without an agreement. In this LinkedIn learning course, I'll explain how to find the right type of stock imagery for your project, as well as cover some essential information about rights, royalty agreements, and proper usage.
- Reasons to use stock photography
- Types of stock photography
- Royalty agreements and licensing
- Finding the right images
- Buying stock images
- Editing stock images
- Using stock templates