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Frequently Asked Questions

What pictures can I use without copyright?

Now that that's cleared up, here are the websites you need to bookmark for quality, copyright-free images.

  • Freerange. Once you register for a free membership at Freerange, thousands of high-resolution stock photos will be at your fingertips at no cost. ...
  • Unsplash. ...
  • Pexels. ...
  • Flickr. ...
  • Life of Pix. ...
  • StockSnap. ...
  • Pixabay. ...
  • Wikimedia.

Can you copy public domain images?

If the artwork is in the public domain, you are free to copy items without restriction.

Can I use free images for commercial use?

An image that is royalty-free is not necessarily free for commercial use — that is, any use that could lead to buying or selling something. The most reliable image services require you to pay a fee for a license that allows you to use the image for commercial or non-commercial uses, as long as you follow the terms.

How can I get free images without copyright?

Get it for free from one of these free stock photo websites!

  1. Unsplash.
  2. Gratisography.
  3. Morguefile.
  4. Pixabay.
  5. Stockvault.
  6. Pexels.
  7. Picjumbo.
  8. Pikwizard.

Where can I get free open source photos?

Unsplash is one of the best sources to get open source images. Every single image uploaded to Unsplash is an image that you can use in any activity you want regardless of it being commercial or not: All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free.

What makes an image an open source image?

Part 1: An open source image is one that is shared with a licence that makes it easy for any user to use and distribute without crediting the artist/photographer or without asking for permission. Part 2: If you can get this image (for example images shared under the Creative Commons licence), you can legally use it on your website so “Yes”.

Is the royalty free image the same as open source?

Royalty-free images are not the same as open-source images, as they have some other restrictions on the images. But in general, they still allow you to use them in any commercial or non-commercial activity, or modify them, without attributing the author or having to obtain a license.

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