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How do I copy photos from the internet to a CD?

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Download the image by right clicking on image and saving the image. Then burn the images on a data cd or burn it as a JPEG cd.

I have done that before and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, it will just skip to an e-mail to fill out and then nothing happens. I paint from photos and do not want to steal the image, just practice my art from the realistic images. Are these photos copyrighted and if so how can I use them for painting from, not sell or reproduce them? Lori2002

This is the way I do it. I contact the photographer via Flickr. There are thousands of photos there. You explain to the photographer that you are an artist who needs material to paint from, for non commercial purposes. It is up to him/her to give you the permission. I have done it and have yet not found one that will refuse.

Like the above person mentioned, you right click on the image (in the Macintosh you press "control" and click) then save the image to a folder. Then select the folder later when you are ready to burn it and choose to burn it, or use a program like Nero or CD Burner to burn the data CD. You should only choose "Picture CD" if you want to play the CD in a DVD player.

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