Flickr, one of the Web’s premiere photo sharing sites, contains millions of stunning images from photographer’s all over the globe. Everything from exotic landscapes to portraits of children uploaded by proud parents.
Using someone else’s Flickr photos has always been a confusing issue to the design and blogging community that is hungry to embellish their work, be it Web site layouts or comprehensive blog posts, with just the right photo from a Flickr user’s photostream.
Fortunately, someone has taken the time to create a simple, straightforward explanation of the many flavors of Creative Commons that apply to the millions of flickr images.
Read: A Complete Guide to Finding and Using Incredible Flickr Images by Skellie