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quick flickr question

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by morata, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. morata

    morata Registered Member

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    When i do advance search on flickr and ticking all 3 of the creative commons lines.. is that mean I can use the pictures for my site and even edit them?
    Thanks

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    Only search within [B]Creative Commons[/B]-licensed content 
    
          Find content to use commercially 
          Find content to modify, adapt, or build upon
     
  2. Stasen

    Stasen Newbie

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    Yes you can!
     
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  3. zazstudio

    zazstudio Regular Member

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    yes thats right, you can do it that way
     
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    S0leil Regular Member

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    But we need to include the Source URL in our website right? Or is it enough to just say in general that the used pictures are found at flickr?
     
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