The world’s largest photo agency is allowing you to use its images,– free . Whether you are a journalist, ad agency, blogger or student, anyone can now visit the Getty Images website, select a photo, grab some embed code and display the image on blogs and social media pages without paying a licensing fee. And they’re also dropping the opaque square watermark on the majority of their stock.
Previously, if you used an image, you risked receiving a scary letter threatening to sue you if you didn’t own the licensing rights to the photo. So what’s the catch, you may ask? Click here to find out why the agency is now letting you have free access to millions of its images.