Embedding Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images
Getty Images announced yesterday that they would be making a large number of their images available for use free of charge as long as they are posted with Getty’s new embed feature.  Using this feature allows you to embed non-watermarked pictures in your web pages and blog posts and provides attribution details and a link back to more information about the image on Getty’s website.

An image that you can embed will have a little getty_embed icon that appears when you hover over the image.  If you click the icon you will get html coding that can be copied and added to your blog post or web page.

For more information, check out Getty’s FAQ on embedding images.  By embedding these images you are agreeing to Getty Images terms of use.


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