Google photos or no Google photos…that is the question, and the answer is quite simple – a resounding
NO. It’s never a good idea to pull your photos from Google photos. Copyrighting doesn’t merely protect
the written word. It protects photos and images, such as Google photos and images. Dipping into Google
photo stock can get you in big trouble and cost you a heap-load in fines. Don’t do it!
And as we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words – certainly not a thousand dollars! If you
choose to use a stock photo from a photo house, if it is royalty-free, you may be charged a one-time fee.
If that photo is not royalty-free, you are required to pay “royalty fees,” based upon the manner in which
you are using the photo, how many times you use it and an estimation of how many people will see it.
Depending upon the situation, it can often be better to get perfectly good photos through an affordable
professional photographer for a one-time nominal fee. If you are not sure what you should do, it is
probably best to tap a qualified professional for help.
In today’s world of marketing mayhem, we are hit with a barrage of thousands of images a day. We are
used to it. In fact, our senses are dulled to it. We have to be wowed to actually sit down and take notice.
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