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Many of us grab photos from Google (guilty!) but did you know that it's against the law to use a picture that's copyrighted? Long wordy blog posts are oh-so-boring and it's so nice to add some colour into them but you don't wanna get sued in the process, do you?

Some time ago, the lovely Jenna from Fotolia approached me with a key that unlocked a big room full of beautiful, big, clear, high quality images. I pranced around in the room, grabbing the pictures and happily posted them on my blog without having to worry about lawyers and wearing horizontal striped outfits (so unflattering!).

KireevArt -

"All images offered on Fotolia are Royalty free, they can be used for all kinds of professional documents with no limit on time or copies:
  • Creation of advertising media
  • Creation of professional documents
  • Illustration of press articles
  • Illustration of websites, blogs, newsletters, web banners...
  • Illustration multimedia documents
  • Illustration / Decorations on TV shows or movies
  • Creation of derivative products (Extended license)"
There's a big collection of 12,278,167 images, vectors and HD videos on Fotolia. Just enter a keyword into the search box and you'll be spoilt with choice!

By using images from Fotolia, you're not only protecting yourself from lawsuits but also helping out the photographers and illustrators who provided us with such beautiful images. If they can't make a living taking photos, they'll stop and we'll be back to boring blog posts =/

Here are some of the recent best sellers, which I think are just amazing..

Monia -

ivan kmit -

Monia -

Ahh.. I'll let the pictures do all the talking =)


  1. Oh my, those three last pictures are absolutely beautiful! thanks for sharing though.. oh yeah, do you think we'd get sued if we still credit the source?

  2. I don't think merely crediting the source allows you to use another person's photo.. lol Sometimes they took the photo to sell and since crediting them doesn't get them paid (and their paying clients will complain), they may sue you =x


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