FaqsWhat is service Pixel?
On this site you may find and share images free of copyrights. All pictures are released under Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain.\r\nCan I use your images?
You can copy, modify, distribute, and use the images, even for commercial purposes, all without asking for permission or giving credits to the artist. However, depicted content may still be protected by trademarks, publicity or privacy rights.What photos can I publish?
All those taken by you, you must be the owner of the photo. If the image depicts a face in person or a corporate brand, then you must be authorized to do so. Before uploading here, you must ask permission from who you photographed.I am a photographer, why should I use PIXEL?
To make your works known, share your experiences, make yourself known by other people. Each uploaded photo will have your name. If you have a personal website, this will be accessible from the tab of each of your photos.Can I also write content in other languages?
Of course, you can write in your favorite language.Will my photos uploaded to Pixel be immediately visible to everyone?
No, each photo must be checked before it is published. For example, pornographic photos are prohibited and will be immediately removed.I am a photographer and I want to close my account, what happens?
By closing the account, all your photos uploaded to Pixel are deleted forever.
It's hard to understand complex licenses that is why all photos on Pixel
are licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license
. This means the pictures are completely free to be used for any legal purpos
. The pictures are free for personal and even for commercial use. You can modify, copy and distribute the photos. All without asking for permission or setting a link to the source. So, attribution is not required. The only restriction is that identifiable people may not appear in a bad light or in a way that they may find offensive, unless they give their consent. The CC0 license was released by the non-profit organization Creative Commons (CC). Get more information about Creative Commons images and the license on the official license page