Your own photos, photos that are in the public domain, or photos that are offered with a Creative Commons commercial use license.
For more information on images, check this article: http://hubpages.com/faq/#proper-image-use
Thank you very much for your timely response. In writing about the search for the "real" King Arthur, I looked on line for free photos of that time period. I Found several from which to choose. Would these be all right?
Betsy Scott Fit
It's up to you to ensure that what you're using has a license for commercial use.
either your own photo or try pixabay, good photos are upload
Lisa gave you the link for proper image use. A great source of photos is Wikimedia. If you find something you want to use, there's a section on the page with the photo that tells you if it's public domain and so on.
You can either use your own photos or royalty free websites the two websites I use are freerangestock and Morguefile
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