I finally invested my time in finally learning how to use digital backdrops. I mainly focus on newborn, baby, child, and family photography. I have been scouring the internet trying to find digital images that I want to use in my pictures, but I am having a hard time finding some of the characters that my clients want (Tinkerbell, Elmo, Cookie monster, ect...) with their children that I can purchase and use legally. My question is: can I use a picture if I give credit to Disney for that character? I'll post a picture of what I'm talking about... (I did this quickly, so I know that the hair is badly keyed) So if I were to print on the bottom of this picture somthing like "Tinkerbell character is the property of Disney," (I would find better wording), would it be ok to use images that I find from download sites? I know, I shouldn't ask legal questions on a photography forum... but I thought if someone already had experience with this, it would be helpful. I have sent an inquery to Disney as well asking if they have any type of digital photo software I can purchase to use with my pictures, I'm just hoping to hear back from them. Until then, I thought I'd ask the question here. Also, if someone knows of a place where I can purchase these kid friendly characters to use in my photography, I would certainly appreciate a point in the right direction!