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Can I display work on my site containing stock graphics


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Where do i stand if I want to display work I have done that contains stock graphics, should I point out that it contains stock elements? Many Thanks, Sam
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No you don't need to point that out. Unless you want to.
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Do you mean stock photography that you have photographed your self? If it's a portfolio site then I would say yes, make a section for your stock work.

If you mean, you're using stock photos that you have purchased or downloaded, with permission of course, from the creator, then no you don't HAVE to. But you might thank the content provider / creator for their hard work.

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