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Photos for Class – Reduced Results


On Friday February 8th, through the morning of February 14th we made the decision to turn off Photos for Class while we investigated an issue with our safety filters not working correctly.


At of Feb 14th we are turning back on Photos for Class, with less photos, but we believe a working filter.


We will continue to update as we have more information. Feel free to reach out to us at hello @ storyboardthat.com



Aaron Sherman
Clever Prototypes, LLC – Founder and CEO
Feb 14, 2018


Giving Credit, Where Credit is Due

Photos For Class and Photos for Work makes it as easy as possible to properly attribute photos, especially for printed or presented materials so that there is no worry about plagiarism or stolen work.



How we Cite

When you click download we automatically generate a watermarked image that contains


  • The name of the author
  • The name of the photo
  • A link to the original photo
  • The name and type of license along with a link to read it


Why Cite the Author?

The internet is an amazing resource and allows people from all over the world to contribute their work for other people to use. It is important to cite an author to give proper credit for materials.


It is Also the Law

Most of the photos that are shown on Photos For Class / Photos for Work require attribution as part of the licensing terms set by the author. We only show images that are free for use and allow for derivative works.

You can read about the various types of creative commons licenses below



License Types

Photos for Class and Photos for work differ slightly in the types of photos they return. Specifically Photos for Work does not return images that are not allowed for commercial use.




License Types we Return Photos For

License Types we Exclude


License Types we Return Photos For

License Types we Exclude