Difference between royalty-free and Copywrite free images
- Royalty is a payment given to the copyright holder every time a copyrighted material is used.
- The copyright holder can license its works or products to another organisation, charging a royalty for its use.
- Royalty-free agreements often come with various condition for licensees. For example, most licensors won’t allow licensees to modify intellectual property. They generally allow only to use the property under certain circumstances, such as for advertisements or certain productions. Whereas,
- Copyright-free properties that have entered the public domain have no protection from previous copyright holders.
- Nobody can sue another person for copying a product or creative work that has had its copyright expired.
- After these properties enter the public domain, they’re considered free for any to use for their wishes.