Where to Get Free Pictures for a Website
There are several great benefits to using CC0 images and one of my favorites, other than them being 100 percent free to use without attribution, is being able to modify them. You have total permission to use any CC0 picture and image in any way you desire.
You can modify the photo by placing text over it, super impose another image within it, and even find hidden images within it. Now you might be wonder how you can find hidden images within a picture? Take a look at the image below from Stocksnap. Notice the areas I outlined in green.
Let us say I wanted a picture of an alarm clock or a home office set up. I could choose both of those images, but I do not want all of that other imagery that surrounds the clock or the home office desk. So I can modify the picture in any photo editing tool like MS Paint by cropping out what I do not want to see.
For the above picture of the alarm clock I loaded the bigger photo into MS Paint, enlarged it just a bit, and then cropped out just the clock from the rest of the larger photo. I did the same thing in the below picture of the home office desk. I cropped out the distracting imagery and focused more on the desk.
With a little bit of imagination you can find hundreds of new photos and images hiding within bigger pictures. All you have to do is modify the picture by cropping out what you do not want to see. This can only be done on Creative Commons Zero, CC0, royalty free pictures and images.
If you would like the links to my Top 12 Favorite CC0 Free to Use Picture Websites, I list them all in my training tutorial at the below link.
For an additional 12 links to both CC0 and a couple of Public Domain Image Websites, you can find them at the link below, along with other information on why CC0 is much better than Public Domain.
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