October 13, 2017


How do I find a photo URL?

When you submit a case to Pixsy, it is helpful for us to know both the original place of your photo’s publication and the direct URL where it was published. A direct image URL is the exact location of an image on the web and usually ends in a common photo file extension such as .jpg, .png, or .gif. Follow these steps to obtain a direct URL for an image online:

1. Right-click on the image

2. Select “Copy image address” in Safari, “Copy image URL” in Chrome, or “Copy image location” in Firefox

3. Paste the URL where needed.

Note to Flickr Users

Click the “Download” icon next to a photo, select a size and then click “Copy link address” in Chrome, “Copy link” in Safari or “Copy link location” in Firefox to obtain the image URL (see below). This may not work if you have downloading disabled.

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