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Ashley Keeling
Ashley Keeling
11,476 Points

images and copyright

where do you get images from with out getting copyright, except from taking a picture. thanks

3 Answers

There are a lot of free stock image sites on the internet:

https://morguefile.com/ https://www.pexels.com/ https://unsplash.com/ https://burst.shopify.com/

These are just a few examples. Make sure when you are considering an image to check the license because although some of them are free they may require attribution.

[Unsplash][https://unsplash.com/] is a great source for HD images, just make sure to compress it before use because it's quite big in size.

Max Senden
Max Senden
23,141 Points

Hi Ashley,

You can find non-copyrighted material on Google when you search for images. Just use the filter 'Usage rights' and you'll be presented with various options to choose from. 'Google reverse image search' is a good way to check if photos that you have found elsewhere are copyrighted or not.

Also Flickr is a good website, just make sure to check the rights on the photos that you like

Cheers. Max