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How to find a person's photo as my author photo?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by jimmychuang, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. jimmychuang

    jimmychuang Regular Member

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    Hi, I don't want to use my name and photo on AC, how do I find a person's photo and use it on AC profile?
     
  2. black1411

    black1411 Junior Member

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    Can't believe i'm reading this but here's your answer

    G*oo*gle Image. type my photo. I hope you know how to use it.

    Either way, you need serious help.
     
  3. jimmychuang

    jimmychuang Regular Member

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    You mean I can use other people's photo without permission?
     
  4. anbukiller

    anbukiller Registered Member

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    I hope this is sarcasm. If not: technically "no," but they are most likely not going to find out. You could also hunt myspace or facebook for photos. If creeping isn't your thing, ask a friend if you can use his/her photo. Srsly
     
  5. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    If you are really concerned about using other folks' images, you could download a simple photo morphing program (several freewares available) and alter the pix accordingly. Kind of like the graphics equivalent of rewriting.
     
  6. GoogleBling

    GoogleBling Registered Member

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    go to istockphoto.com and buy rights to use an image there. but you will probably be all over the internet
     
  7. nirose

    nirose Senior Member

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    Search on images.google.com and go to page 100 or more. Then noone will suspect the picture isn't yours.
    No one views google page more than 50 let alone 100th.