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Stockbilder - Infos fuer Neulinge auf deutsch

Was bedeutet Creative Commons? by CD-STOCK  Urheber-Nutzungsrechte WAS BEACHTEN? by CD-STOCK  Frisch auf Deviantart - Was habe ich zu beachten by YBsilon-Stock…


Stockbilder oder andere Ressourcen sind Materialien, die erstellt und mit der ausdrücklichen Absicht angeboten werden, dass sie von anderen Künstlern in ihre Kreationen verwendet werden. Die Verwendung dieser Materialien unterliegt einer Lizenz des Stockanbieters, der gegebenenfalls die Zahlung der Gebühren verlangen kann oder/und andere spezifische Regeln oder Einschränkungen aufstellen kann.
Alle kreativen Bilder/Arbeiten (z.B. Photomanipulation, Mixed Media), die auf DeviantArt hochgeladen werden und Stockfotos enthalten,
müssen die von dem Anbieter eingestellten Lizenz entsprechen und die Nutzungsbedingungen befolgen.
Beachte die Regeln der Stock Anbieter, bevor du Stock Bilder in deiner Arbeit verwendest.


- Nennung der Quelle und des Urhebers
Wenn Ihr ein Stockbild nutzt, müsst ihr den Autoren angeben.
Wer euch kostenlos Bilder zur Verfügung stellt, sollte auch gewürdigt werden.
Das genutzte Bild immer verlinken.
Dies gilt auch für Fotos, an denen du Lizenzen erworben hast oder die unter der Creative-Commons-Lizenz stehen.
Fehlt dieser Verweis, kann dies einen Grund für eine Abmahnung darstellen.

Vor allem Fotos, die kostenfrei für die kommerzielle Nutzung angeboten werden,
fordern die Quellenangabe des Fotografen bei der Veröffentlichung. 
Der Name des Autors (Fotografen) muss direkt unter dem Bild genannt werden
(und/oder der Name des jeweiligen Anbieters).

 Informiere dich immer über die Nutzungs- und Lizenzbedingungen.
Manche Fotos sind für kommerzielle Nutzung oder in hoher Auflösung kostenpflichtig.
Oder die Nutzung ist kostenlos, aber im Gegenzug muss der Fotograf genannt werden.

Das Kopieren und Verwenden von Bildern aus der Google-Bildersuche ist nicht erlaubt.

Photo Manipulating and Stock ImagesPhoto Manipulation Week
Free: The Best Price 
  While plenty of photo manipulators create their own stock, or purchase stock from sites like Depositphotos, Shutterstock or 123rf, a good chunk of us use DA's own magnificent resource section! When it comes to free, or nearly free, resources I honestly don't think there is a better place on the web!
    "Hey! This is photo manipulation week not "Stock" week!". Yup! I firmly believe that the PM community wouldn't be half of what it is today without DA's vast resource section, and that it is extremely important for an artist to learn that you give credit where credit is do!

Stock Artist Terms of Use
    Not only can you land yourself in some hot water with the stock artist for not fallowing their rules of their stock, causing your art to be taken down, but not listing your resources
  A Beginners Guide to Your Stock and That of OthersI like stock images. I like making them and I like using them. One important thing about using stock is having the right amount of rules. Too many and it becomes a pointless resource, too few and your work could be used for something you’d never want. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to come up with your own rules and how to follow those of others. This tutorial is really meant for people who are new to the stock and manip world, but might still be helpful to those with only a little knowledge of it.
Part 1: Following the rules and avoiding pissing people off
Intro: You open your inbox one day to see a new comment on your first manip, from the creator of an image you used, and instantly you're filled with dread. They politely confront you, even complimenting your piece, about their stock. They kindly ask you to remove the stock, not take down whole image, but their photo due to a violation of their rules. Panicked, instead of just cropping out the small detail that
  dA How-to: #4 Finding and Using ResourcesOriginally, these how-to journals were supposed to come out every Friday, however I feel like it might be better to only do it every other Friday/every Friday IF I have a topic instead.
Hence why there was none last week.
I have a few topics I want to cover, however I am open for suggestions from others if there's anything you want to see~
Finding and Using Resources:
Resources. Now there's a very broad term. But basically, resources is anything and everything you might make use of in your art. Be it brushes that other artists have put online, textures, fonts, stock images, visual references, tutorials, free-to-use lineart, etc. etc. In any case, resources are anything that someone has put up free for use by others, usually asking for credit in return. Granted, there are also resources you need to pay for. Some stock photos, fonts or PS brushes for example do cost something. But you can find some pretty good resources for free as well. Tha
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