Visit morguefile, photopin, and pixabay. They have high quality, free images you can download with the proper attributions.
I find Pixabay to be handy. Also, Wikimedia commons and Flickr Creative Commons. Here's a simple way, though; at Google search engine, click on bolt to the right; it brings up advanced search--click on that; it brings you to a screen where you can filter your search; at the bottom there is a selection that says "usage rights"; click on the drop down to the right of that and choose "free to use or share, even commercially"; hit Advance Search button. It will bring up images you are free to use; just make sure to attribute where you got it.
If i download image from that site and put this image on my hub image capsule then is there any issue..
If it is free to use and share, then you just have to provide attribution; information about the author of image and copyright; and a link. You can do that in the Hub in the photo capsule; there's a place for attribution, url (link to page), etc.
I think while using Pixabay website it is not necessary to provide attribution or author's URL because we can freely use any image from this site and upload it in on Hubpage please tell me am i right or wrong..
Can you please tell me the process how i give attribution and copyright and etc please tell me i am new to hubpage...???
freepik.com has free pictures you can use without worrying about copyright... it has a decent collection.
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