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Hello, I've just created a Logo in Affinity Photo, using an Anchor Symbol along with some Text, using the fonts "Big Carlson" and "Baskerville" (I've manually added some fonts, but I think they are default fonts that come with Affinity Photo, right?). As the Logo will be shown on websites and probably printed, too, my question is: Do I need to buy a license for these fonts, or can I use them for whatever and wherever? If I need a License, where can I buy it? Would be great if someone could answer that. LFF
I’m just loving Affinity Designer like you wouldn’t believe - and now Affinity Photo in beta! You guys are fantastic! I’m just getting started with design work and was wondering about fonts. If I design a logo, poster or label, etc. I’m thinking I would need fonts that are cleared for “commercial use”. I’ve noticed there are some fonts available for purchase on Apple’s App store - and elsewhere that are “licensed for commercial use” and “royalty free”. What should one look for when purchasing fonts for use with AD? (Both business-wise and technical-wise) What sort of pitfalls should one avoid? I’d like to keep things as simple as possible - (Guess I’m simple minded). Anyway, any experience and expertise anyone would like to share would be greatly appreciated. And thanks again, Serif Team, for such wonderful and affordable software! All your hard work is greatly appreciated.