Best Way to Find Free Images "Copyright "

by samadijr - 20-04-2020, 04:46 PM
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Posted: 20-04-2020, 04:46 PM
You can find copyright-free images in two ways: Google Image Search manually and some websites that provide it.

List of Top Websites that provide copyright-free images

1. Pixabay
Pixabay is my first choice to get royalty-free photos and videos. It offers Photos, Vector Graphics, Illustrations, Videos free for commercial use under CCO Creative Commons License. You can search images or videos from 1.1 Million collections of images and videos. About 26 Languages are available which makes searching easier. The quality of photos and videos are HD.

2. Pexels
Pexels is the best similar to Pixabay which is also licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. That means you can use the pictures and videos from Pexels for commercial and legal use. You can also modify any photos. Attribution is not required but they will be grateful if you give it. HD photos and videos are available. It allows two Languages English and Deutsch to search and navigate.

3. Getty Image
Amazing an American Stock Photo Agency that serves right managed stock photos and videos beside royalty-free. You should try it. The collection is just cool. You can search here by uploading the image. It will show the similar photos according to your uploading image.

To save your collection it has a board feature like Pinterest where you can save your collection.
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Posted: 20-04-2020, 04:48 PM
nice to see that there's still some people posting content just so that others can use them. imo if one picture of yours gets shared a lot across the internet, I think you'll be much more famous than selling the picture.
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Posted: 18-05-2020, 07:33 PM
Thank you for sharing this.  My favorite is Unsplash. These can be useful for you.

https://unsplash.com/
Unsplash has its own license, which essentially lets you use the images for free, in any way you like, except for using them to create a competing website

https://stocksnap.io/
Stocksnap uses the Creative Commons CC0 license so its photos are free to download, edit, and use for both commercial and non-commercial projects.
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Posted: 17-07-2020, 09:33 AM
its a nice and good information
if you have more then please share with us
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Posted: 23-07-2020, 02:49 PM
nice one ...
in addition to the ones listed already..
Gratisography.com
- The high resolution pictures found on Gratisography have been captured by Ryan McGuire of Bells Design. The images are free of copyright restrictions and new pics are added weekly
burst.shopify.com
- Powered by Shopify, Burst also offers images that fall under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license, which again, means that you’re welcome to use the photos for any purpose for free
AllTheFreeStock.com
- With AllTheFreeStock you can find free stock images, videos, music, and icons in one convenient location. These pieces of content are licensed under CC0 and you don’t need to register.
Dreamstime.com
- Dreamstime requires you to sign up for an account, but don’t worry it’s free. It’s easily searchable, contains around 60 million images, and is updated frequently
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