A chance in a billion...

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by dreemweaver, Dec 16, 2005.

  1. dreemweaver

    dreemweaver TPF Noob!

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    I created a cover for a friend of mine who is having a book publised soon... I used 4 free and royalty freephotos found on a website... now a year later the publisher needs some proof they are free and royalty free... only problem is, a year later I can't remember wher I found them... I have tried for HOURS to search for them...
    if you goto www.mynewfamily.com they are the 4 sepia toned images... if ANYONE recognizes ever one of them I could really do with some help finding them... I could redo the cover but it looks just right as it is...

    I know this is a major longshot... but thanks anyway
     
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    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    When you downloaded the images wasn't the URL with them?
     
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    dreemweaver TPF Noob!

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    Sadly I have edit and resaved the images since then and also switched computers a couple of times too... so sadly there is no trace from the photos or internet history... :(
     
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    Can't help sorry, Use the free images from a stock agency like Fotolia
    You can trackback and guarantee you have real royaly free images...

    That link is worth signing up to by the way as you get a free download credit for one of their non free images! (xmas promotion)

    Sorry I cant be more helpful but I doubt you will manage to trackdown those images..

    Doug
     
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    Ooops... Should have hired a photographer. I say that in jest of course. File info in pshop may be the only hope.
     
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    do you remember the original files names?

    if you do you could do a google images search
     
  8. Artemis

    Artemis Just Punked Himself

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    Isnt part of the original royalty free deal to keep the website or anything on the front of the image?
     
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    Most of the free royalty-free stuff I've seen have a clause that says they cannot be used for commercial purposes, only private. The ones that can be used commercially royalty-free usually come in a pack for money. Even if you do find them, you still may not be able to use them. You might want to put the time into finding replacements instead.
     

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