IMAGE COPYRIGHT AND USE
Under what conditions can I use images from www.apicbase.com on my website/blog/magazine/…
Every image from apicbase.com and/or taken with the APIC.studio needs to be accompanied with the correct copyright information. This information can be found under the image when you browse to its detailed page. The APIC (apicbase.com) copyright needs to be clickable link to either www.apicbase.com or the image itself on www.apicbase.com. When in doubt about correct copyright contact us.
Can I modify pictures from apicbase.com in my own publications?
It is allowed to modify images from www.apicbase.com in so far as they do not deteriorate quality nor give the impression of different copyright.
Examples of what is not allowed: Watermarks, embedding your own logo, embedding a url different than www.apicbase.com, …
Examples of what is allowed: cropping, optimizations for print, …
If the image is modified heavily (for example by applying filters), then the image should be accompanied not only by the link to apicbase.com but also stating ‘original image can be found at www.apicbase.com‘. When in doubt about correct copyright contact us.
Is it possible to receive high resolution images for use in my publications?
Yes! We love to work together with food reporters, bloggers, magazines, etc. and want to make sure you can use the highest quality images available. Just drop us an e-mail stating where and how you would like to use APIC.studio images.
Where do all these images come from?
Contact Press Relations
For all media and press enquiries, contact:
Anneleen Hanssens, PR Office
+32 479 43 43 55
or mail email@example.com