Standard License for images

Who is it for?

Standard License intended for any audience and for personal use. People, who wish to print out and frame pictures by themselves or via third party services. When you place order on this website, you purchase not only the physical asset (file), but the Standard License with it. The same way you buy CDs or streaming media which have certain terms of use. Any violation of copyrights, trademarks and logos is prohibited by law.

Standard License is:

Standard License of this website,, herein collectively “site”, grants you a perpetual, private ownership of the purchased material (image file) for any personal needs and for indefinite period. However, you may not re-sell, sub-license, distribute to third parties, or use the acquired content for any commercial purposes. You’re not allowed to modify the downloadable product for commercial purpose. You may showcase it on your magazine, website and other media platforms, only in lawful, non-commercial ways and only with the credit to its original author – R.L. Douglas, or Richard L. Douglas.

Can I modify it?

You can modify the digital file as you want for non-commercial purposes only and in lawful use within the scope of the License and international laws.

Can I sell the file?

You should not sell the image (file) acquired on this website. Commercial manner would mean any singular, collective, serial or any other offering; listing, distribution, public soliciting, promotion, even within the modified versions of it. For example, you have modified the image to your own type of product, but the distinguishing traits of it still remain recognized as the work of its original author – hence, the intellectual property of R.L. Douglas is still protected under the copyright law.


If your framing business sells the image, or modifications of it for any price – this would clearly mean commercial use of the product. You’re not allowed to undertake any form of business with this License. For such purpose you would need to acquire a Commercial License.

Standard License means:

  1. No unlawful use. You may not use acquired image files in pornographic, defamatory or other unlawful manner, or in violation of any applicable regulations, or industry codes.
  2. No False Representation of Authorship. You may not falsely represent, that you are the original author of the work of this site. For instance, you cannot create artwork based solely on licensed content and claim that you are the author.
  3. No Use in Logo and Trademark. We don’t grant a commercial license with purchase indicated on this site. Therefore, you may not use the content (in whole or in part) as a distinctive or distinguishing feature of a trademark, design mark, trade-name, business name, service mark, or logo. You shall not be entitled to register (in any jurisdiction) such content (in whole or in part) as a trademark or rely on any such registrations, prior use, and/or accrued goodwill to prevent any third party use of the content or any similar content (including by us, our customers, or the copyright owner of such content).

Intellectual property

Who owns the copyrights? All of the licensed copyrights of this site are owned by its creator.

Who owns the content? By acquiring any photo/image on this website, you’re being granted a perpetual permission to own and possess the physical content (file). There are however, intellectual property limitations incorporate in such a physical body, that are stipulated by this License, the laws of your country and international laws.

Do I need to include a photo credit? Yes. If you’re using acquired images on your media platform, in non-commercial purposes, then you have to include the credit to the author of such works, in a sample form of – [Artist Name]/[Work Name].

Do I need to include a video credit? Yes. You may place it either in the video editing frame, you may voice-narrate it, or text-paste it below, in the video description box. The credit to the artist’s work must be visible to public by any convenient way – [Artist Name]/[Work Name].


Social Media Termination. If you use the content on a social media platform or other third party website and the platform or website uses the content for its own purpose, or in a way that is contrary to this agreement (License), the rights granted for such use shall immediately terminate, and in that event, upon this site’s request, you agree to remove any content from such platform or website.

Content Withdrawal. This site may discontinue licensing any item of content at any time if any legal dispute is open or ongoing. Upon notice from, or upon your knowledge, that any content may be subject to a claim of infringement of a third party’s right, this site may require you to immediately, and at your own expense: cease using the content on such platforms, delete or destroy any copies on physical storage; and ensure that your clients, distributors and/or employer do likewise.

Further questions

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