Where can you get images for your website?

One of the biggest issues that confronts newbies when they set up their first website is where to get pictures from, what the cost might be and what the copyright rules are. So this resouce has been created to provide you with some websites that might be useful.

It is vby no means a definitive list. There are a lot of suitable sites available - the ones mentioned here are ones that I have experience of using.

I have tried to give a brief but balanced view of the different sites and offer advantages and disadvantges of each.

However, you really should investigate them for yourself because your views will be swayed by what is available in your particular niche

Websites

Paid images

Free images:

Terminology

The terminology can sometimes confuse people when trying to find pictures. These are two differences.

Free images = images that can be downloaed for no charge

Royalty Free Images = images that you pay for on a single occasion and then there is no limit to the number of times you use them.

Warning

.You need to read the terms and conditions, license and copyright rules posted on each of the individual sites. Do not take it for granted that they are all the same. They're not!

Update (Nov 2013)

Some members have made comments below and suggested other sites they use for images and photos etc. Apart from checking that all the links are working I haven't actually looked at them all in detail.

http://www.morguefile.com/ - Morgue - with links to Dreamtimes, Shutterstock and Fotolia
http://www.clker.com/ - Clipart
http://www.flickr.com/search/advanced/
http://fotolia.com
http://www.iconspedia.com/ (icons)
http://PhotoDune.net.

http://openclipart.org/ (clipart)

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/People_g40.html

http://images.search.yahoo.com/

Update (Jan 2014)

http://stockphotos.io

http://pixabay.com/



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Pixabay was a lifesaver for me just now; at the bottom of the screen it states "Pixabay users get 7 days of free access to 350,000 images on GraphicStock, our sponsor." The pictures I found were listed as:

CC0 Creative Commons
Free for commercial use
No attribution required
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Candi955 Premium
The website does ask for a small donation (states a cup of coffee); you can donate through bank card or Paypal.
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Is there any reason why we can't just use an image from Google images that are public that anyone can use? Or are they free to use for anything EXCEPT website usage? We have a few we'd like to use we found on Google's images (one we've added wording to), but I don't see anyplace on there that says anything about the use of them; thanks.

Doug & Cindy
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ericcantu Premium
just because an image shows up on a google search doesn't mean it's free to use. I use pixabay.com for royalty free images that are free to use. there are also others sites as well.
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HC516 Premium
Hi eric, Regarding your comment about pixabay.com. I have downloaded some pix from them and like their site, but then I read an article that warned to be careful because some of their royalty-free pix don't include a license for distribution. Doesnt that mean that I cant use them for my website? Now Im worried. ?
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ericcantu Premium
I've used pixabay without issue. Kyle recommends using them as well. Don't be worried :)
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HC516 Premium
Ok, I'll give them a try. I like several of their photos. Thanks!
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This is very helpful. I just asked the question about getting free images on chat, and T1967 led me to your blog!
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Thanks for the info.This is really useful
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Thank you so much for sharing.
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Thanks for sharing :)
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Thank you for this information. I appreciate it..
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Thanks for sharing this great info!



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Thank you for all the information!
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The problem with Flikcr is that the pics are sometimes not downloadable
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They are not free
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Thank you for the article! It really helped me out.
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This article saved me a ton of time and nerves. Thank you so much!
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Thanks a lot for sharing this invaluable knowledge, it'll make a big impact on my pursuit of owning a success business online.
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Thank you BIS!!! Your information was exactly what I was looking for.
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I get free images @ https://commons.wikimedia.org.
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Thanks for this great info. I appreciate it.
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This was extremely helpful! I was looking for free images for days, to add to my blog post and was beginning to become frustrated. I found some great ones on some of these sites! I ended up using freedigitalphotos.net. I did need to use attribution, but the photos were beautiful and were exactly what I needed, so I didn't mind!
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http://feelingfabafter40.siterubix.com/4-steps-to-beautiful-skin Here is the post I used them on. Feel free to check it out and comment :).
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Really helpful. Thank you!
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Thankyou so much, i really need it.
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Thank You so much for this!
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Great info. Thanks!
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Beverly... this is an excellent article. Graphics are essential to an attention grabbing website. You have provided ideal resources and helped us with the necessary lingo to guide us through.

Thanks so much. I am following you.
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Thank you! This will be very useful!
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This has helped me a lot. Was having trouble finding images for my website.
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CCunningham Premium
Good information we all need
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Kickflip Premium
hey. i want to use photos of products. so, if I found an ad for a camera, could i use the photo of that camera from the ad?
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Michelle04 Premium
You would probably want to use the photos from the affiliate site where you would have an account to be promoting items. Those photos are meant for your use, but I'm not so certain about any ad that you come across. Better to be safe than sorry. :)
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Kickflip Premium
Okay good advice. Thanks. I'm sure I'll get to that bit in the training.
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OgGrover Premium
A great gain from a Great Lady. Thanks.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. Kind of you to say so.
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oopsssidaisy Premium
Hi Ben,

If you are referring to the images tab that come up when you do a google/bing search then "no", those images are images that have alt tags or descriptions associated with them that match your search criteria. They are generally not free to use, unless it states specifically that they can be used, and a lot of them are from sites that sell images.

Hope that helps.

Have a great day : )
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rbwnys Premium
Thanks. Yes I sort of suspected that. But it gave me pause to wonder since recently seeing a "training" video (not from WA) which specifically pointed to Google images as being a great source of free pics! Then it's obvious when hovering over the image and the originating website pops up... that these certainly aren't "stock" photos!
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oopsssidaisy Premium
Hi Ben,

I know a lot of people have the misconception that they can use those images because they can be downloaded or you can take a screen shot of them, but that is not the case for most of the images there. I don't know how many legal issues have come of it, but I do know that copyright laws can be enforced if someone uses them without permission they are charged a pretty hefty fine.

Have a great day : )
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rbwnys Premium
Google has images too...and many of them are the same as "Bing's" I believe. They're all useable as well aren't they?
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BIS Premium
You have to check the licences of any images that you use on Google and Bing just like anywhere else. Some are free - some are not.
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Hello, I want to use a "free" photo from FLICKR Creative Commons, but when I click on the information, it says I have to give "apropiate credit to the author", when I click on that it says the following:

"If supplied, you must provide the name of the creator and attribution parties, a copyright notice, a license notice, a disclaimer notice, and a link to the material. CC licenses prior to Version 4.0 also require you to provide the title of the material if supplied, and may have other slight differences".

I do not know if it is my lack of English, or wath...if I use this image in a post, EXACTLY wath is that I have to do in order to "give the apropiate credit"????
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BIS Premium
To give the appropriate credit means that at the end of the post you should put the name of the photographer and include a link back to the site you got it from. :) Beverley
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BERNARIUX Premium
Thanks, wath exactly means a "link back to the site you got it from". If I understand correctly a LINK is when you give a click in a phrse, word or picture and send you to another page...
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rbwnys Premium
I believe that's what she means Bernariux; a URL to that site.
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tomtitty006 Premium
You have really done your home work girl.I did not realise there was so much information and you took the time to write this out for us.On behalf of everyone at WA give yourself a huge pat on the back.
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BIS Premium
Thanks Mark. Kind of you to say so.
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tomtitty006 Premium
Thank you for your research.Will make a note of these.
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BIS Premium
Thanks Mark. Hope you find them useful
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ChristineRa Premium
Thanks for your training and great image resources you shared - extremely useful and definitely minimizes the time researching this myself.
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BIS Premium
Thanks - glad you found it useful.
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guerrarayman Premium
Good information and websites. So all i have to do is copy and paste to my website any picture i want from any of these websites?
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Drawshot Premium
Make sure to read and follow any restrictions, Some are allowed only for print media, some only for use on the internet. Some will require posting a credit for the creator of the work, it can vary. If you can not meet their requirements, then do not use that image.
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BIS Premium
No No No! You definitely have to read the conditions - that's what I said under WARNING!
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guerrarayman Premium
Ok. But to make it easier for me i would like to just know which website give me permission to copy and paste any of their images.
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RichFar Premium
Hi Beverley,

Thank you for taking the time to write and update this information.

blessings Be,

- RichFar
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BIS Premium
No problem. Hope you find it useful.
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spdpd Premium
I cannot take images from Google images?
Thought Google images was a "up for grabs" deal
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varadha Premium
Try wikimedia they offer free images to you. You can make of them.
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Absolutely not. Someone owns the "copyright" on the images. Now, even if you go to a free image site, they may not actually be "free". Someone still owns the copyright on them but they are licensing them to you for your use. You need to do your due diligence and read the licensing terms as some of them might say you can use them for free for NON commercial uses only.
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MmmmBalf Premium
Google images is a search engine the same as searching for a website in Google, only instead of showing web pages, it shows images from web pages. The images are hosted and usually belong to the websites that Google locates them on. They are no more up for grabs than any other part of the content on a web page.

You should not use any image without knowing the licensing agreement on it. Only images in the public domain may be used freely without giving credit or linking to the original source.

I like pixabay best of the sites listed.
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hjohn Premium
You can also get free public domain images by going into Google Images and typing: site:.gov keyword

Note: you would replace the word "keyword" with the actual keyword you are searching for.
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BIS Premium
Thanks for the tip
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lausab Premium
Thanks for this list.. its going to help me a lot in the future. I checked most of the links you posted above and the only site we can use photos with attribution https://www.flickr.com. I signed up and uploaded a few photos to share.
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BIS Premium
Glad you found it useful
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Mytoptech Premium
Thank you, that clarifies it nicely. Cheers
Linda
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MiltStilt Premium
How do I suppose to give reviews of products? I am in the niche of track spikes. Is the only way I can show pictures of them by connecting with the big brand sites?
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JennPGD Premium
Another way is you can purchase the product/service and test it for yourself first. Don't forget to take photos so you can use them for your review. I think that's number 1 recommendation. I usually don't go to a review if the reviewer hasn't tried/tasted/read/used the product/service him/herself.
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Empress L Premium
You can only review a product that you have used yourself. Reviews, generally speaking, are your opinions of a particular product. You may purchase a product and love it and choose to use your website to share it with everyone.
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Joseph-17 Premium
the copy right laws, on a image can only stick if you are using images that show logos, or if you use the same picture as you found it , i would personally change the image significantly using photo shop or similar software , even paint. this i stand to be corrected, and am happy for people to give correction , especially for legal reason, but don't mislead if you are not 100 % sure .
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Jonicas Premium
Hi Beverly,

Thank you for sharing and wish to add:
http://stockphotos.io/resources/free-stock-photos/
to the list.

To Our Online Success,
Jonicas
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BIS Premium
Thanks for the suggestion - it's already on the list but I will add your link.
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thanks
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BIS Premium
My pleasure
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skipafew Premium
Everyday for a week, Thank you for your help Beverly
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BIS Premium
Thanks - hope you find them useful
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necopam Premium
Thank you for very comprehensive information
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BIS Premium
Thank you
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Alex24 Premium
Wondering if for "stockfreeimages" if it is ok to download the free photo at the size given but when you upload it to your WP site, it gives you options on what size to put the image...can we change the size?

I was reading the terms and conditions and haven't seen anything about it but just asking because they give a very big size but offers smaller photos for free but only to subscribers.
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MmmmBalf Premium
Yes you can change the size of free photos. Changing a small image to larger though will often pixelate the image and it will look blurry. A small increase might be ok. That's why they charge for larger images, they know you can't just increase the size of the small one.
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DBSTAR Premium
Very clear and very useful
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BIS Premium
Thank you.
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WJC Premium
Thank you Beverly. A lot of good info here!
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BIS Premium
Thanks. Hope you find it useful.
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Thank you! Love the work you did here
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BIS Premium
Thanks - hope you find it useful
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I've got it book marked, thanks!
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ladderclaw45 Premium
I was wondering what I should include in a homepage?
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BIS Premium
It depends what type of homepage you're going to have. Some people have a static page and some people have their blog roll going into their home page so that visitors can constantly see that the site is being updated.
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JamesJ Premium
Thank you, Beverly, for all the helpful information :)
It'll for sure come in handy down the road!
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BIS Premium
Thanks James - at least you can come back to it when you're ready.
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Thanks for all the useful information Beverly
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BIS Premium
No problem. Hope you can fine what you're looking for.
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Hello BIS, I have been using and recommending pixabay.com. They have affiliate links to a paid service, but they have many good photographers who put their work up on the site for Public usage (no attribution to the photographer is needed). I love that you can also submit your own good quality images to the site for others to use. Their editors/moderators have very strict guidelines, so they don't accept poor photographs. I only got 4 of my 32 uploads accepted (that probably says something about my skills as a photographer!). Thanks for this training.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. I have added your link
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Wellknown7 Premium
I think all of the images in this site are also free. http://stockphotos.io/technology/ it has some really cool useful images.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. I am adding the link to the resources
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Tyboogie34 Premium
Thanks so much! Good post, it helped me a lot.
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BIS Premium
Thanks - glad you found it useful.
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Greti Premium
This is so helpful thank you!
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BIS Premium
Thanks Greta. Glad you've found it useful.
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This page is great! I have a niche that finding photos takes a little creativity.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. Hope you find it useful.
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AngelMyAngel Premium
Thank you Bis. I am trying to be careful. Lots of sites say free but then they seem to be a little tricky after you sign up.
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BIS Premium
That's true. Bigstock will allow you to have 5 free ones a day for 7 days and they really are free. You then need to cancel your subscription before you get charged. This is genuine and a lot of us have used this offer. Good quality photos.
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AngelMyAngel Premium
I went to sign up www.stockfreeimages.com. Downloaded just 1 free image, I was brought to the next page to pay. Apparently only first image is free? Am I doing wrong??
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BIS Premium
No - You're not doing anything wrong. They have now changed since I originally wrote this and you can now only have one - sorry.
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KevinAranz Premium
This was so helpful Bis. Thanks for taking the time to do this!
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BIS Premium
My pleasure. Hope you find it useful.
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I really appreciate this thanks.
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BIS Premium
Thanks. Hope you find it useful
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Lee Mrha Premium
Thanks for the information! I've been wondering where I can get some pictures and clip are for future ideas I have.
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BIS Premium
No problem. Hope you find it useful.
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m-app Premium
Thank you, very useful information!
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BIS Premium
Thank you!
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cld111 Premium
Hi BIS, I just stumbled on this website: http://openclipart.org/ Their clipart is Public Domain and can be used for any purpose, according to their terms.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. I have added it to the list
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Inspiration1 Premium
Thanks BIS, it's a great learning and great rescue.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. Hope you find it useful.
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AndrewH Premium
When attributing authors in wordpress, what is the best way to do so? Should it be a caption under the picture? Or is there better method?
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BIS Premium
No - you will want to use a relevant caption for the image. If you have to use an attribution - put it at the very end of your page/post.
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pepys Premium
Thanks for the information. It has cleared up the meaning of 'free' stock photos for me. I have been avoiding them, but now feel confident about utilising them in my sites.
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BIS Premium
Thank you. The rule of thumb is - always read the information on the site - and it will tell you on what grounds you can use pictures.
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FMillionaire Premium
Thanks for posting this article, finding suitable pictures is something I have struggled with many times. Just been looking at morguefile, looks to be a great source of royalty free pics! Nice one.

Paul
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BIS Premium
No problem. Hope you find it useful
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Does anyone know how to get the pictures for free? I tried these sites and it says I have to pay with credits, which I have to purchase with cash... I thought these were free?
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SquidooSlfMstr Premium
Hi "iloveaustin1":

Is that austin as in Austin TX? If so, from one (Ex) Texan to another, I'll try and answer your question.

The one I suggested was "morgue file" b/c certain photos do not require attribution unlike the other free photo sites. It's not a big thing to give attribution but if for some reason you cannot give attribution, you can use this site.

Go to the link below and make sure the "morgeFile" tab is selected. Search for a photo and click the image you want. A download button should pop up:

http://www.morguefile.com/archive

NOTE: there should be a disclaimer like this:
"You are allowed to copy, distribute, transmit the work and to adapt the work. Attribution is not required. You are prohibited from using this work in a stand alone manner."

Any problems just let me know by "like" -ing this comment and asking your question on your comment "thread." I suggest this only so I get notified via email and NOT for getting the "like" itself. Also, I'd like to keep the conversation on this "thread" so others can see it should they have the same question.

Does that make sense?

Aloha,
Charlie
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BIS Premium
The ones that I have said were free are free. Within those directories some have links to paid images. For examples sxc.hu. But they do have lots of free images and you don't have to sign up for credits. The first examples are for paid directories.
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SquidooSlfMstr Premium
@"BIS"
Yes, the sites can be a little tricky to find the free images.
For some photos on sxc.hu they require you to notify the owner if you use it in public works. Click the photo and check the "Availability" section under the photo. It usually says "Standard restrictions apply" and if you must notify the owner.

-C
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Veganlife Premium
Great training, now I know where to start looking wehn I run out of appropriate images on my iPhone, LOL.
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Rebbak Premium
I have a question. How do you give credit for the photo and image use in articles, such as streetarticles.com. Does anyone know anything about the copyright free images? For instance, I come across some government websites with photos and images classified as public domain.
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BIS Premium
As far as street articles - there is no way of giving credit. So you should only use photos that require no credit. This may be from a directory or it may be one that you have taken yourself. If it's from a directory - you need to check what type of license it is.

Government websites have photos and images - they will be subject to copyright like any other images on the internet.
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Thank you BIS, you are very helpful and I appreciate you.
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Thanks for the information. Much appreciated! :)
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Hi Beverly-Thanks for this great list.
I'm confused though about the watermarks in the middle of images that claim to be free. Sure I could download and use it, but the watermark looks awful. How to get rid of the watermark?
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BIS Premium
Even if pictures are free - you generally have to sign up to use them and agree the terms and conditions. When you have done that you will found that when you download there won't be a watermark.
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Thank you for this. It is so useful. I'm learning soooo much. Jackie x
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Thanks BIS great info !
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Thank you. Hope you find it useful.
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Thanks for this training - much appreciated - knew I'd find the info I was looking for if I searched in WA! ;)
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Glad you found it.
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DarleneN Premium
http://stockfreeimages.com/ has great free pictures! You do have to link to them, but they're the best free photo source I've seen. Thanks!
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BIS Premium
Yes - I like them too. Thanks
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Shields Premium
Great article and terrific use of "free images?" And what a salvation. I write articles and need to have that special, communicative image. I thought I would end up with carpel tunnel. Thanks for the rescue!
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BIS Premium
Thank you. I hope you find them useful. There are some very good free images out there.
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Thanks for the resources!
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BIS Premium
No problem. Hope you find them useful.
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Hi Beverley ...I was directed here by Sherion ...thanks again for another important and useful tutorial.

Could you let me know which sites you use personally for your sites, or do you use all of the above?
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BIS Premium
Hi Teresa
At the moment I tend to use canstockphoto.com, but it's the image that's important - so I will use anywhere to get an image I want at a price or want. And if I can get it for free that's great - but the quality is not always so good.
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Want to use ABSOLUTELY free image with no "crediting the source" required (although it would kind of you to do so). Here it is: http://www.morguefile.com/license/morguefile (sorry if I mentioned this before on this tutorial but it was one of the best finds for me, and thought you all might find this helpful as well).

Thanks "BIS" for putting up this necessary source!

UPDATE: here's another cartoon style image site that's in the public domain http://www.clker.com/disclaimer.html

Happy creating!
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Thanks!
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Thanks for looking at it.
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Thanks Beverley.......the info has been very helpful.
Kip
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Thank you.
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Thanks alot bis very helpful
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Glad it's useful
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I've been wondering about this very thing. Thanks for clearing it up for me!
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Glad you found it useful
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Thanks for the info, BIS, very helpful!
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BIS Premium
Thanks. Beverley
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Very helpful thank you!
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BIS Premium
Glad you can use it.
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Thanks for the lesson I will be using it!
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BIS Premium
Glad you found it useful - Beverley
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findingemo Premium
Hi Beverley, another great training. Had I found this sooner, it would have saved Rich from a barrage of questions. :). I do have one quick question, you mentioned a few times "light boxes", what is this?
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BIS Premium
Hi Patty.

Glad you found it useful
Lightboxes are just a space within an image directory where you can store your favourite images within different categories. It means you can find them again easily at a later date.

Beverley
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Hani Premium
Very informative info Beverley. Thank You. Rich sent me over here and I'm glad he did. The picture thing is something I have been frustrated about for a while.
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BIS Premium
Thanks Hannah.

Glad you found it useful. (Sorry I didn't reply earlier!)
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deeprekha Premium
Thanks Beverly for very informative article,where can Istore these images so I can download them in my article?
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BIS Premium
Hi - Glad you found it useful. Store them in dropbox - if you use them - or just in a picture folder on your desktop.

Beverley
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Sir William Premium
Wow this is perfect, just what I needed, @RICH steered me onto it.
Thanks once again
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BIS Premium
Thanks. Hope you find it useful
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Wow, that was a lot of work on your part. Did you mention watermarks? I didn't read every word. I tend to use my own photos rather than have StreetArticles reject an article because the image has a water mark. I know there are ways to remove them. I just don't want to mess with any photo with a watermark. I don't have the slightest idea as to why Street doesn't want them. Do you, Beverly? Tnx for this tutorial. John
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BIS Premium
Thanks John

No I didn't mention watermarks because if you have downloaded pictures legitimately then they won't have them. Perhaps I should add something about them. I assume that's why SA won't accept any pictures with them showing.

Beverley
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TJ Books Premium
I think you are right, Beverly. I didn't realize that just because I can download a pic that it is free only with the water mark and that you can a wm free one by paying for it. Tnx, Darling!
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This is So Timely Beverly, I'm having the hardest time finding a handful or really good Olympic/London pictures to download. It's the Only thing holding up my next Squidoo Camera Lens.

Are you anywhere near London? Just wondering if you are lucky enough to go and watch a few venues. The Opening Ceremony was GREAT! Love Sir Paul!!

Thank you again,
Meredith & Hannah
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Hi Meredith. Hope you can find the picture you need.

Unfortunately I no longer live near London which is great shame so I'm having to watch it on television too.

Hope Hannah is well

Beverley
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Shame about the Olympics, what a wonderful once in a lifetime opportunity. I can't believe how good Hannah is doing. She has the energy again like she did when she was 3 & 4. Really amazing. That tumor must have been bringing her down gradually. I thought she was slowing down just because she's 7 now but, No Way! She is running her "mom" ragged & I Love It!
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StacyLM Premium
Thanks so much, Beverley, for providing this information. I've looked at too many image sites that just don't have what I want. I'm sure your suggestions will be a huge help, especially since I don't "do" photography. Thanks, again. You are always so generous with your time and information. Very much appreciated.
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BIS Premium
Thanks Stacy. Hope you find it useful. Do look at some of the comments people have made - because they have made further suggestions where you can get free information. When I have a moment I shall add to my original.
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tport144 Premium
Great info! I've never been quite sure where or how to get good images. I've always tried to take my own photos, but that is SO time consuming I've never really been able to keep up with it.
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BIS Premium
Thanks. Glad you've found it useful. It is nice to take your own photos but you don't want that to take you away from getting on building your site, when there are so many available.
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ToddT182 Premium
An excellent explanation of the tricky tactics to watch out for while trying to customize a site. I'm still trying to "learn the ropes" and this has saved me a bunch of trail and error time, Thank You again.
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Thanks Todd
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Amy Farr Premium
I'm sorry I called you Bev, Beverley!
I totally understand. My ex husband used to call me "Aim" (short for Amy) when he was being curt and snotty with me. Now if anyone calls me that I bristle.
Beverley it is! :)
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Amy Farr Premium
Bev, this may be a dumb question, but as long as the picture i downloaded and used from stockphot has the watermark on it with the website name across the bottom showing on my street articles "article", is it safe to use without infringing on any copyrights? I believe that's what I read but I read on the site that i should give credit to the site and photographer as well, and i don't know where or how to do that on my article?
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