Terms


Terms & Conditions

 

Share4all is a photo discovery platform for free to use, high-definition photos. We operate the Share4all website at share4all.com (the “Site”) and all related websites, software, mobile apps, and other services that we provide (together, the “Service”) with the goal of celebrating and enabling contributors and fostering creativity in our community. Your use of the Service, and our provision of the Service to you, constitutes an agreement by you and Unsplash to be bound by the terms and conditions in these Terms of Service.

One of the best features of the Service permits you to search, view, and download photographs that have been uploaded by Unsplash users (“Photos”). You may download and use Photos from the Service in accordance with, and subject to, the Share4all . We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the Share4all License, as well as the accompanying FAQs. To be sure you don’t miss it, here’s the crux of the license:

Share4all grants you an irrevocable, nonexclusive, worldwide copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use photos from Unsplash for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the photographer or Share4all , but this license does not include the right to compile photos from Share4all to replicate a similar or competing service.

This means that Photos on the Service come with a very, very broad copyright license under the Unsplash License. This is why we say that they are “Free to Use.” Note that the Unsplash License does not include the right to use:

  • Trademarks, logos, or brands that appear in Photos

  • People’s images if they are recognizable in the Photos

  • Works of art or authorship that appear in Photos

If you download photos with any of these depicted in them, you may need the permission of the brand owner of the brand or work of authorship or individual depending on how you use the Photo. Please see our FAQs for more information and, if you still aren’t sure, you should probably talk to a lawyer who knows about these things.