Donation Address

How to get Donation Address

FotoCoin Donation address can be obtained from FotoCoin wallet, which is available for download from the FotoCoin page.

Note : If Donation address is left blank or have any incorrect input (like any other coin address or something else) , then it will be replaced by Our Own Donation Address. Furthermore, no correction on Donation Address is accepted after uploading the image, so please verify the Donation Address carefully before uploading.

Image Quality Guidelines

Our quality standards are aimed at providing useful imagery that designers may confidently use in their projects. Learn about common quality issues and try to avoid them.

Our content editors review each file to check for basic technical and quality requirements. Please review the requirements below before uploading your files to ItsFoto.

Technical Requirements

Images on ItsFoto must be at least 300 * 300 pixels. A higher resolution is always the better choice. Please refrain from upscaling too small images, because of unavoidable blurring.


You may only upload images to ItsFoto that you have entirely created on your own. For derivative works (e.g. remixes / composings), you may use images from ItsFoto, but no other sources are allowed. Particularly, do not copy images from "wallpaper sites" that claim to offer free images. Such images are well protected by copyrights. Also, if you have purchased images from a commercial stock site, you may have permission to use them in your own project, but it is prohibited to redistribute them as your own work. Also, do not copy images from other users on ItsFoto and upload them as your own.

Derivative Works of ItsFoto Images

You are free to use any image from ItsFoto for your own work. ItsFoto offers many images to choose from, so there are plenty of alternative resources available.

Visual Requirements

Any image on ItsFoto must have a well defined subject, clear focus, and compelling colors. Unintentional blurriness, extreme angles or crookedness, chromatic aberration, JPEG compression artifacts, and image noise must be avoided - just like any kind of embedded text, particularly time stamps, signatures and logos.

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