About Dig color
Digcolor helps web developers, bloggers...etc find photos for their creative works and makes adding them to their post fast and easily. We are show both sponsored results by provided shutterstock and also show results
from Flickr API. (We show only Creative commons licensed photos from flickr and allow to easily download it. We haven't got any association with Flickr anyway. Only, We are show CC licensed photos and Attribution
information of the photos that peoples upload to Flickr)
You can search for any topic using the search box ("Background", "Nature"...etc), preview the photo, and click "Download" to download the photo as well as the proper attribution link.
Please share our web address with your friends so we can keep building and refining the service or Contact us and let us know.
Yes, Of course. But keep in mind that you have to add attribution info to your project.
No, sponsored images are come from shutterstock web site and every image have related page links. You can buy that images from shutterstock.
The following information is to help You understand how We collect, use, disseminate and safeguard the data You provide while accessing and using Digcolor.
You may provide certain personal information, such as your first and last name, the country you live in, PayPal information, and email address, which will be displayed on your public profile page on Digcolor.
Whenever You visit a page, our servers automatically record certain information that your web browser sends. This may include information such as your IP address, browser type and language, pages viewed, the date and time. This data is used for ensuring the stability of our provided services and is deleted automatically after seven days.
We respect and are committed to protecting your privacy. We do not sell or otherwise provide personal information to other companies for the marketing of their own products or services. We will retain your personal information for as long as your account is active or as needed to provide You services or as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.
We reserve the right to disclose your personal information as required by law (e.g., to comply with a subpoena, warrant, or court order) and when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, avoid litigation, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, and/or respond to a government request. We may also disclose information about You if we determine that such disclosure should be made for reasons of national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance.
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Third-party service-based information
Digcolor is a participant in the Shutterstock Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to shutterstock.com.
Terms & Conditions
Let us explain the difference between a Commercial Creative Commons License and a Non-Commercial Creative Commons License and how you can tell if you are able to use the image in your creative works.
On every result page, We are show some 'sponsored' images from Shutterstock with sponsored label. So, if you are interesting in browsing through Shutterstock's options, click one of those images. Other photos are not sponsored and use Flickr's API.
By filtering by license on Digcolor, you will be able to see which images are eligible to be used in commercial (making money) or non-commercial ways. Both commercial and non-commercial need to have attribution - which means, Creative Commons defines "appropriate credit" as (a) the name of the creator and attribution parties, (b) a copyright notice, (c) a license notice, (d) a disclaimer notice, and (e) a link to the material Both licenses lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the work.
According to Creative Commons, "commercial" is defined as "primarily intended for commercial advantage or monetary gain". If you are using an image in an educational or research setting for limited non-profit uses ( you can't make a handout with it, for example) you can use the image. However, you cannot just print the image for decorative or personal use - that is considered theft.
Please check the web sites in bellow for detailed information about CC license :
United States Copyright Office
Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center