Description of Royalty Free license.
Q: What does “royalty-free” mean, anyway?
A: “Royalty-free” refers to a licensing method under which image rights are sold at a flat rate for almost all purposes.
This is in contrast to rights-managed licensing, when an image license is priced based on how the image will be used. Rights-managed licenses usually come with usage restrictions, including length of time, regions, image size, and more.
Royalty-free licensing became popular with the rise of digital image distribution, and today the vast majority of stock images are licensed as royalty-free. Royalty-free images offer buyers both greater flexibility and affordability than rights-managed.
freesh.net’s entire collection of imagery and video is royalty-free, which means that buyers have wide leeway in how they use the images, subject to the limitations in our Terms of Service.
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Description of Extended license.
What license do I need?
When you download a file on iStock, you're buying a standard license that lets you use the file for any personal, business or commercial purposes that aren't otherwise restricted by the license (check out the fullcontent license agreement).
That means you can use our content in advertising, marketing, apps, websites, social media, TV and film, presentations, newspapers, magazines and books, and product packaging, among hundreds of other uses. Adding an extended license lets you use our content in even more ways.