When you use free images from any site, be sure to create separate folders in which to store them. Do this because free graphics sometimes get sold to sites such as iStock or Getty Images.
So, be sure to name your folders by website and date to prove when and where you found the image. This will protect you when a formerly “free” photo is found on your site after it gets sold to iStock or Getty Images or a similar site.
Image credit is requested but not required on some of the sites listed below. However, follow the instructions above regardless of which site you use to download your free images. 👌
For more detailed information on how to use images on your blog or website, please refer to this page: The “Search for the Perfect Image” Challenge
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When we share, everyone wins. Another year, another incredible Creative Commons Global Summit! This year, nearly 400 Creative Commoners gathered in Lisbon, Portugal to lift their voices in support of the Commons as advocates, activists, creators, and community members dedicated to a more open and sharing world.
Please note that there are several license types presented on Flickr, including Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike and No Derivative Works. Choose the best fit for your blog needs.
On February 7, 2017, The Met made all images of public-domain works in its collection available under Creative Commons Zero (CC0). There are more than 406,000 images of artworks from The Met collection to use, share, and remix—without restriction.
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Home for Public Domain Pictures. Free for private and commercial use.
If you are a non-profit or have a completely non-commercial site (no google ads, etc.), Getty Images has a program wherein you can use their images free of charge.
If you are browsing Commons for the first time, you may want to start with Featured pictures, Quality images or Valued images.You can also see some work created by our highly skilled contributors in Meet our photographers and Meet our illustrators. You may also be interested in Picture of the Year.
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The world’s quirkiest collection of free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects. All completely free of copyright restrictions. New photos added every week!
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