Warning: Getty Images is on a Warpath to recoup money from bloggers who “steal” images. What you need to know.

Dear Financial Blogger,

Imagine getting a letter from Getty Images (the parent company of iStock Photo) demanding hundreds of dollars because they claim that an image on your website or blog was illegally acquired. You may have gotten it from Flickr. They don’t care. Pay up. You may have gotten it from Google. They don’t care. Pay up. You may have gotten it from “someone.” They don’t care. Pay up.

If it’s hard to imagine, start imagining because it’s happening to bloggers all across the nation.

I know it can be incredibly frustrating to find the right photo for the right article at the right price. When I was designing websites back in 2001, I had trouble finding images that were legal and affordable. Blogs were just emerging and many people like me needed good, affordable and legal images.

And then in 2002 iStock came to me with $1 Images. This was the answer I was looking for. Although the stock images weren’t very good, they were still only one dollar.

This was great for me and my clients because we could have engaging websites that turned a profit because we could decorate the site with affordable images…but then the good times ended in 2006 when Getty Images took over, and now those images are at minimum $12 dollars, and many are $33 and up.


It’s frustrating to find good quality images that are affordable


Often times you would see a really great image on Google, and you want to use it, but in the back of your mind you know it’s NOT entirely legal to use that image, so you use it hoping that the “image police” won’t come after you.  For the longest time that wasn’t much of a fear, but the stories I hear about Getty Images is frightening.

“I removed the image and paid a ridiculous fee.”

This is the common refrain on many, many blogs regarding the threatening Getty Images letter. Getty is ruthless in their pursuit to recover money.

And you hear stories about how bloggers and other website owners are getting “nasty-grams” from Getty Images and other big name stock photo agencies. This is no fun.

Getty Images is on a Warpath to Get Money From Bloggers Just Like You

One day, out of the blue, I got a warning letter from Getty Images, ordering me to compensate some unheard-of photographer with tens of thousands of dollars.”

With so much money at stake, Getty Images (the parent company of iStock Photo) is taking these matters very seriously.

International Business Times website says,
“Rather than simply ask Web publishers to take down its images, the company [Getty Images] informs alleged copyright infringers, in no uncertain terms, they are now required to pay a licensing fee for the image or images used — sometimes to the tune of several hundred to thousands of dollars.”

People are really getting freaked out over this copyright business and one commenter on a blog put it:

“This is very scary stuff and has the potential to do some real harm to small businesses.”

Or Alfred’s comment:

“You are going to pay for it in the end…one way or another.”

Getty Images was asking for $1,400, and his lawyer was asking for $700 just for one image!

Take the story of [name redacted] who was contacted by Getty Images for using a “rights-managed” image [basically you’re renting the image from the provider] on his blog. Getty Images was asking for $1,400 for the image. He contacted his lawyer who told him it would be $700 minimum in lawyer’s fees to fight the letter. The fine was paid and the blogger learned his lesson to not use “rights-managed” images, but instead now uses “royalty-free” images—even “royalty-images” are suspect.

One peer blogger had this to say,

“A good friend of mine was faced with the issue for roughly $1000.00 for an image of a welcome mat.  This same image could be bought for $18 on a different website, but now Getty Images is stating that “the damage has been done” and the settlement is your only chance to avoid a copyright lawsuit.”

Don’t let this happen to you.

I Should Have Known Better – My $650 Embarrassment

These stories are hauntingly familiar to me because I personally had gotten slapped by Getty Images and had to fork over $650. It wasn’t fun and—as they say, “it wasn’t my fault.”

I had hired a Flash animator—remember Flash animations?—to create a Flash animation for my client’s website. I used a foreign vendor from Elance—a freelancer hiring website. The image I got busted for was a golf ball spinning around in an animation—hardly noticeable. The freelancer used a “rights-managed” image from Getty Images, and I was stuck holding the bag.

My client got the initial letter, and he wasn’t happy at all and let me know it. I was embarrassed, I felt foolish, and I let my client down. If it hadn’t been a full 3 years after the development of his website, I think my client would have thought I was a real shyster and would have bad mouthed me all over town—all because of an image that wasn’t properly purchased through legal means.

After this incident, I really thought my reputation was on the line. If word got out—and surely it would have if I didn’t take immediate action—I would have really lost a lot of business. Times were really tough—remember that wonderful crash of 2008?—and finding new clients wasn’t easy.

I never wanted to be in that position again, so I never hired another CHEAP freelancer on Upwork, Fiverr, Elance or anywhere else. I learned what happens when you deal with cheap foreign vendors who live in a country with no regard to law and other people’s property.

The whole experience one I would like to forget.

HubSpot says, “Copyright law on the internet is a total train wreck right now.”

The big companies like iStock and Getty Images are coming down hard on those who have illegal images on their websites. If you obtain images illegally, you could be asking for a lot of trouble.

It’s ironic that iStock built its business on the backs of bloggers, and now it’s parent company is threatening to sue everyone. As a provider of images on iStock, I don’t like this practice, and I am making the decision to sell my images here on this site as a personal protest to such matters.

“I no longer use creative common photography from Flickr anymore…”  –commenter on a blog post about Getty Images’ threatening letters.

Finding totally legal images on Google is a headache and the selection is dismal. Try this: Next time you find a set of images on Google that you like, click on the Usage rights tool and see what kind of images you get to choose from after applying that filter. Not very many.

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Don’t get slapped with the “settlement demand letters” as they are commonly known.  Unlike normal copy infringement or libel letters where the defendant is asked to cease-and-desist, these letters are demanding real money here and now.

The response from many bloggers is simply to not use any images on their sites. This is not the way to go about it. Images are important to the digestibility of your content. Without images there is no engagement.

You NEED images on your blog to get eyeballs on your site.

Blog Tyrant says, “The sad fact is that no matter how good your written content is, if you don’t display it well you will lose readers.”

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Good question and there are many, many answers

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Stiff competition from low priced foreigners

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2Too Many People are stealing my images so I figured I would get some money from it

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FREE Bonus Gift #3 ($99 Value): 3D Bar Charts and Graphs Collection

This set alone is worth thousands of dollars and could almost be sold on its own, but we decided to include it as a big bonus in this Top 50 Best Selling Stock Market Image Collection.

In total you’ll get 20 high resolutions images of our bestselling images that have sold hundreds of times and reaped thousands of dollars.

One of these images in this collection (FinancialB_01.jpg) was purchased over 700 times on Shutterstock and has brought in over thousands of dollars in royalties, but you’re getting this image plus 19 others free as a part of this FREE Bonus Gift #3.

And don’t despair because maybe everyone else may have used this one image—due to its high appeal and popularity; there are many more like it that have NOT been released before anywhere at any time. You’ll be one of the few who’ll have this collection of great images in this bonus gift.

There are a total of 20 images in four distinct sets:

Set 1: Pie Charts with Stocks Arrows Up and Down (3 images total)

Set 2: A beautiful collection of 4 images that would look perfect on an annual report or prospectus

Set 3: The Stock Ticker Wall series (4 images) are beautifully rendered at 4500 x 3375, so they can adorn all types of printed media

Set 4: The UpStocks Collection is a set of 9 images that have been appreciated by bloggers, financial designers


FREE Bonus Gift #4 ($74 Value): Oil Volatility Stock Images Collection

This collection focuses specifically on the volatility of the oil market. Just as much as stocks, bonds and other financials will always be talked about, oil is on the tips of every tongue in America. You can’t go anywhere without people talking about oil, and I’m sure you have written many articles about oil.

Well, this collection of oil images will be sure to be a great asset to your blog, article or other collateral relating to the oil crisis—there’s always an oil crisis, right?

All total you get 23 images in this bonus gift. These images alone are worth several hundred dollars. You could literally sift through hundreds of images and waste many, many hours on the stock photo sites just to find the right image, but in this special collection of 23 images, you’ll no doubt find the right image.

We picked the best 23 images to put into this collection, so you don’t have to worry about what image to put on your next article about the oil stocks and the economy.

Whether oil is up or down, this free bonus gift will be sure to fit the bill.


FREE Bonus Gift #5 ($149 Value): Medical Images Collection

You may not write about medicine a whole lot, but from time to time Big Pharma will be a topic you’ll explore, and the topic will only get more and more popular. This collection of medical images will covers many facets of  Big Pharma and other topic relating to the medical industry.

You’ll get a total of 15 images:

  • Bacteria Series for Science & Technology (5 High Resolution Images)


  • Pulse Series is a collection of six images that you simply cannot be without. Some of these images have generated hundreds of dollars in royalties on iStock and Shutterstock.


  • DNA Series. At resolutions of 6500 x 5170, these images make great book covers and portfolio covers.


You are getting these images plus countless others absolutely FREE, and I think you’ll agree that this Medical Images Collection alone would be worth several hundred dollars.


FREE Bonus Gift #6 ($49 Value): Networking Images

Technology is the most popular topic on the web today, and many, many articles and blog posts are written about computer networks and networking. This small, but highly effective, collection of networking images are great for everything from blogs to articles, and the high resolution on these images would be great for brochures, mailers, book covers and anything else.

If you’re talking about technology stocks, this is the collection to have!


FREE Bonus Gift #6 ($49 Value): Uncategorized Images

We have lots of great images, and we wanted to include them in a bonus package, but they couldn’t fit into any one category, so we threw them all in here. But make no mistake; these are highly sought after images.

Many images are complementary to this collection, and some stand on their own. Either way, this collection of uncategorized images is yours FREE with the purchased of The Top 50 Best Selling Stock Market Image Collection.

25 images total in this Bonus Collection. Some of the images in this collection are:

  • Ben Franklin Oil Crisis.jpg
  • Blank Stroke.jpg
  • Colored Ticker.jpg
  • Global Cities.jpg
  • Global Markets.jpg
  • Grid Graph Pie Chart Collection (4 images)
  • Stock Market Crisis
  • Subway Stock Ticker (one of our best sellers on the stock photo sites)
  • Ticker Board
  • Up Arrows Data
  • And a whole lot more!

100% Money Back Guarantee

If you don’t find these images to be worth the money you paid for them, simply send us an e-mail with your info, and we’ll refund your money right away. No questions asked, and no hassles. It’s that simple.


This is the best Money Back Guarantee you’ll find anywhere. You keep all the FREE Gifts.

All told if you bought all of the images in this 50 Image Stock Market Image Collection AND all the Free bonuses, you could easily pay over $3,500 if you purchased these on iStock or some of the other stock photo websites. We’re not just making this number up and telling you what the value we think it is. This is the actual cost you would pay if you purchased these images separately on your own.

This is one incredible deal, and it won’t last long.

All told you are looking at over 150 great stock market images. If you were to buy these on the stock photo sites you would pay several thousand dollars, and if you were to “borrow” these images from some website, you might get a nasty-gram from Getty Images.

Don’t Wait Any Longer. Get Your Top 50 Best Selling Stock Market Image Collection

After you make payment through PayPal, your receipt will have a link to download these images. The images will come in a zip file and will be downloaded from our Amazon Cloud Drive, so you will have no trouble getting these images.

You can use your Visa or any other credit card on PayPal. You won’t have any trouble.



Ash Waechter

P.S. Now, you cannot deny that getting 151 images for just $39.95 is not a bad deal at all… That’s 151 times you won’t have to go to Shutterstock or iStock to search and pay for an image that you could have on your desktop… That’s 151 times you won’t have to go to  Google images and illegally download someone else’s image and worry about when that decision will come back to haunt you. I know I learned my lesson many years ago.  Depending how many times you blog, this collection could be a year’s worth of images in one simple download. Get it now. Don’t delay.

Don’t wait. Get 55 Royalty-Free Licensed Images plus all the BONUSES for just $39.95!

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This has been updated to include 2016 prices.