When you upload pictures with your hub, where do you get the pictures from? I'd be interested for good sources, but only free and legal sources, that can be copied without any copyright issue.
The easiest are Morguefile.com and Pixabay.com. Photos are free, legal and quite good and do not require any accreditation. I edit them with Picmonkey.com...also a free program that is user friendly and fun.
i also use pixabay, freedigitalphotos.net, dreamstime, but i prefer my own photos
So far, I've been getting all of mine from WikCommons - some on there have their pictures still copyrighted, though, so you have to watch out which ones. There's also getty images which has both free and paid for. You can also google and see what other free sites you can find.
I recommend reading this learning center article.
Not only does it give you suggestions on where to find images, it also tells you how to attribute them.
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
Pretty cool. You just have to give credit to the site when you use the images. It's over here: http://maggs224.com/
by Brittany Banks7 months ago
Hi, I'm running out of places to find photos for my articles. Is there a website that you go through to be able to use pictures for free? (And attribute them of course).
by Anagha V Mahishi4 years ago
Is anybody using pictures from pixabay or using own images? What is better?
by Poppy7 days ago
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by danicole3 years ago
Pixabay, Wikimedia Commons, etc.Are they free-use?
by Brittany Banks4 months ago
I know about Pixabay, but are there any other websites we can use for pictures?
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