What about the copyright? Why don’t you use Creative Commons?
You can use my original pictures anywhere you want, for both personal and commercial purpose. Same for edits of my pictures (= they are free to edit). There is neither need to mention my name nor FoodiesFeed when using my pictures. However, it is very much appreciated since my largest motivation is being able to check where people all around the world use my images. Practically the only condition I have is that selling and re-selling my pictures is not allowed. It’s not allowed to sell and resell them at your website, using stock photos agencies such as Shutterstock, Dreamstime or Fotolia, selling them printed nor anyhwere else.
What’s the quality of the pictures?
They were all taken with Nikon D5200 with 35mm f/1.8G lens, resolution 6000×4000px if not cropped differently. Those tagged “mobile” were shot with my smartphone Google Nexus 5, Google Nexus 6 respectively since May 2015.
Do you cook all the food on your own?
No, not really. Incredibly HUGE thanks goes to my girlfriend Hana. She is an exceptional cook.
Do you style all the food on your own?
Mostly together with my girlfriend.
What’s the purpose of this site?
To come up with solution instead of letting the pictures lie on my harddrive or trying to compete with professionals at stock photos agencies. Since May 2015 new sections Digital Goods, Magazine and Blog were added to broaden the content I provide. I love not only taking photos of food but also reading about its nutritional facts and how it influences our body, experiencing new dishes and exploring all sorts of cafés and restaurants.
Can you give me examples where can I use the pictures?
Template, theme, app, website, presentation, logo, wallpaper, commercial or just any kind of design…
Can I resell the pictures?
No you can’t. That’s my only condition. Download, use it anywhere, but do not sell nor resell my pictures.
Can I share PSD files including your photos?
Yes you can.