Go to the Getty Images website (see Resources). Scroll over the "Resources" tab, and click on the "Submit Your Work" option under the Community heading. Click on the "Your Images" link in "Work with Us" text box on the top-left hand side of the website.Are Getty Images copyright free?
Every file you download from Getty Images comes with a license, which allows you to use your image, illustration or video for a wide variety of uses in the case of royalty-free licenses, or specific uses based on where, when, and how you use the file in the case of rights-managed editorial images and rights-ready video clips.Where to get royalty free images?
To do this legally you’ll need a royalty-free image. Shutterstock has got you covered. Thanks to thousands of contributors who regularly add their high-quality visuals to our library, Shutterstock is the best place to find royalty-free photos, illustrations, vectors and more.Are Getty Images free?
On paper, Getty maintains that their images are only free for non-commercial use. But 'commercial use' on the Web is an amorphous thing and Getty has made it clear that it only wants to restrict using the free images for ad campaigns etc. The pictures can be used on blogs or websites even if they indirectly make money from them.