Digital Rights Management
When you download an image, you're not buying the file itself - you're buying a license that lets you use the content in your projects. When applicable please give me, the photographer credit - Photo by: Gary St. Martin
*You cannot display the image in digital format at high resolution (greater than 72dpi)
You cannot give other users access to download or copy the image as is – if you use the image in a website or other digital use, you must ensure third parties cannot “right-click” download nor copy the original image in any way.
*Cannot use the image, or any part of the image, as part of a trademark, service mark, logo, etc. – as RM license does not transfer you the ownership of the image, you cannot use them in trademarked content or logos, because you cannot register copyrighted images as your property.
*Photos with models cannot be used in a way that depicts them as endorsing a product or business, or in a way that may be considered offensive, without prior model consent – sensitive uses include but are not limited to pornographic or adult-related concepts, illegal activities, political propaganda, etc.
*Cannot be used for illegal, malicious, pornographic, or defamatory purposes.
When used for Editorial purposes, the RM stock supplier and artist/photographer must be credited.