You may have noticed a load of beautiful stock images on the Synchedin site. They haven’t appeared out of thin air, so where exactly do they come from? Let us fill you in!
Are you a savvy business owner who is in the process of beautifying a brand-new website? Perhaps you’re a musician looking for awesome album artwork. Or maybe you’re after high quality stock images for a marketing campaign. Whichever camp you fall into, or even if you fall between a couple, where you source your images from should be high on your list of considerations.
It can be tempting to nab a cool image you’ve spotted from Google images, and hope you get away with it. However, this can result in hassle that it’s best to just avoid from the beginning. Using an image without the correct licensing or permissions can mean running into copyright issues somewhere down the line. It may be just a polite request to remove an image, or it could be more serious action.
We launched the images platform on Synchedin so that creators like yourself don’t need to spend time worrying about the copyright side of things. But, conscientious as you are, it’s understandable that you’ll want to know where Synchedin images come from.
Where Do Synchedin Images Come From?
Anyone can upload their photography portfolio to Synchedin. However, there is a careful moderation process, in order to maintain the high level of quality we feel you deserve.
To upload images, users need to apply to be an image contributor. There are some image submission requirements they must adhere to, and then a real human being will check over their uploads before getting the green light.
Alongside this, we have compiled a collection of public domain images in one easy to find place for you. Every single image on the Synchedin site is available for use in all kinds of projects, including commercial ones.
Download creative commons (CCO) images for free, or access unlimited downloads of the entire catalogue for just $3.99 per month.