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CEA Update November 15th, 2007As any photo manipulator and many wallpaper artists can tell you, having access to photographs and third party artworks is crucial to their chosen genre of art. These third party photographs and artworks are often called Stock Photos, Stock Art, or Clip Art and there can be some occasional confusion about what pieces can be used and what pieces cannot be used so Ill attempt to shed a little light on the situation today.CEA Update November 15th, 2007 by realitysquared
Your best option is to collect your stock from established (and legal) stock photography websites but often it can be difficult to tell an actual stock website from one which is illegally offering copyrighted material under the pretense that it is stock. Knowing the difference will determine whether or not your photo manipulation gets removed by the C&E staff.
Many legitimate stock websites will offer Royalty Free photographs or art for your use. Royalty Free content is usually provided at no charge but typica