Hello Wealthy People, is it right to get images from the company you are reviewing?

I don't feel ok about it because these images are not just products but kids since I am writing about children's fitness and exercises. The owner of the company has some images of kids practicing and she said she took permission from the parents.
I can do without the images but the pictures are really evident and engaging. So, is it possible to use these images and link them with the company's URL (having my affiliate link)?

I also need more policies on using images on my blog, please.

Thanks, WAs.

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JeffreyBrown Premium
I would take Abie & AJ's advice!

Jeff
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VonAkon Premium
Thank you Jeffrey, I appreciate your support.
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JeffreyBrown Premium
You're very welcome, Akon!

Jeff
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi, Akon

Abie has given you great advice.

The other thing you can try is cc0 (Creative Commons public domain) images from Google, Flicker, etc.

I use Canva Pro, which has millions of high quality royalty-free images. Even the free version will probably have photos of children exercising.

Frank
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VonAkon Premium
You are right Frank. Just that with children's images, I don't like going there. These children can hunt you even after 20 years (to make some thousands of dollars) especially when they are broke.
Many thanks and I will follow your instructions.
Stay safe sir.
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
You’re welcome!
Stay Safe
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi, I would always go with what they provided, following an affiliation. If not the case, you'd need written permission from the original owner.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Otherwise be wary you may land yourself in a sticky situation. So I would follow up by the book.
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VonAkon Premium
Hello, Abie. Thanks for your input. So you mean the merchants provide images for usage? And you can't just extract images from a company you are reviewing? Alright, thanks a lot.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi, means if you were to sign up as an affiliate and promote companies products, usually comes with the package material you are authorized to use.

Otherwise, you'd need written permission from the original owner, so for example you stated above company asked the parents, so now the parents are the original owners.

Otherwise why would you believe the company because in this case it is acting as an intermediary.

Hope this makes sense?
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VonAkon Premium
Very well understood. Thanks a lot.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
You're welcome.

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