Take a moment to read through our licensing agreement.

 

Photo License

We publish many photos that are licensed under CC0 (Creative Commons Zero), which mean you can use it for almost any purpose with no limitations. All images within Visuals page is governed under CC0.

The photos licensed under CC0 will be clearly marked. If the image isn’t identified as being governed by CC0, then assume the image is subject to copyright.

 

Attribution

Attribution is just a fancy way of asking to give credit to the author of the photograph.

It’s not necessary, but we’ll be thankful to each and everyone of you who does provide a link back to this website, as it will help the site grow and allow us to produce better quality photos.

 

Copyright

All contents including written text, images, diagrams, sounds or texts in other electronic forms are subject to copyright. Aside from the photos that are licensed under CC0, if you would like to use any of the other content from our site for your own purposes (i.e. blog, print, website, app, etc), please get in touch with us.

Additionally, we would like to point out that we feature photos which include brand name products and services (e.g. Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, etc). These brands are subject to copyright and/or trademark laws and are the properties of their rightful owner(s). When using these photos, please be respectful and don’t use those photos in a manner that will damage the reputation of that brand.

 

Promotional Items

You may come across affiliate links to fantastic products/services we use and trust throughout our site.

We will only promote products and services that we have used and truly believe to be of great value. We will NOT promote any product or service that we haven’t used or trust ourselves.

For any of the products and services recommended by us, we suggest that you make the purchase it if you feel it’s right for you.

You don’t need to use our affiliate links to make the purchase. However, purchasing products using our links will help us grow and allow us to provide higher quality content. Who wouldn’t want that?!