How can I save from images duplication

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Hi,
I have collected an images from google . Then I have edited that via images , text . Now when I search by google images , I don`t find any exact images. But I`m seeing some similar images google have shown me. If I use the image on my blog post , It`ll harm my site or ranking ?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    It won't harm your site in search engines, but using images that you do not have permission to use can get you in legal trouble.
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  • I did not take any permission .But I have already changed many part of the image.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Rakib Shariatpuri View Post

      I did not take any permission .But I have already changed many part of the image.
      Changing the images does not protect you from violating someone's copyright on those images. You are still at fault.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
      Originally Posted by Rakib Shariatpuri View Post

      I did not take any permission .But I have already changed many part of the image.
      That's called creating a derivative work, and it's still illegal for you to use unless you have permission from the copyright holder or you use public domain images.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    You stole images from the sites of other people - changed them rather than create your own images. What gives you the right to take what someone else has spent time or money creating? Did you think about that?

    That lack of honesty in business practices is why members here must be extremely cautious about who they deal with or buy from on this forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    If you want to do this the legitimate way, click the Tools menu in Google image search and then select "Labeled for reuse with modification" (if you are going to modify the image) or "Labeled for reuse" (if you are not going to modify the image) to filter the images to ones that will not get you into legal copyright hot water. With few exceptions, those images are free to use and in the public domain.

    NOTE: Both the above labels may allow you to use the images but they certainly do not convey the ability for someone to sell those images or even ones they modified from those images.
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