If I use all or only part of a photo to make a design, what license will I need?
If you intend to sell more than 500 units on your End Product to more than a single person or client, you’ll need to purchase an Extended License. If you do not intend to sell your End Product to more than a single person or client, or if you intend to sell less than 500 units to multiple people or clients, you can purchase the Standard License. Please contact me at email@example.com for an extended license.
Can I create a digital template and use the photo as a placeholder?
You may use purchased photos as placeholders in mockups and preview images of your templates, but you are not allowed to include these photos in the final sold product. This is because you may not redistribute an Item that you purchase from me.
Can I use a photo as-is in a blog post?
Yes, you may use a photo as-is in a blog post. However, please note that you must take necessary measures to prevent your viewers from being able to download the photo in its original form.
Can I use a photo in a logo and/or branding?
Yes, this is permitted so long as the image you create is an End Product. End Products must be significantly different than the original image and require time, effort, and skill to produce. End Products must not be used or sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original image you purchased. End Products must not redistribute the original Item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original Item. However, keep in mind that you may not register as a trademark the Item or the end product incorporating the image — not even logos. If you use the image to create a logo for yourself or a client, keep in mind that third parties can use the image too, even in another logo.
Can I add a photo in a photo pack for sale?
No, you may not resell an Item that you purchase on Sunnytangerine.com as this is considered redistribution.