so many places. many images on wikipedia are free to use, and if you sure "creative commons images" you should get a wide selection.
Here is a large selection of quality images : https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/
Google images has free to use sources. They have an advanced search feature you can use. With that you can source the search to Free use even with commercial applications like HP hubs. They do generate revenue, therefore are commercial unless that is not elected by the Hubber with affiliate programs.
by Jeff Davis7 years ago
is it necessary to cite the origin of your photos if you downloaded them from somewhere? and is it necessary to copyright or somehow mark photos posted that you yourself has taken? thank you in advance for any input.
by ofmelancholy7 years ago
Picture covers bon jovi by the way.
by salt8 years ago
please if anyone can tell me if there is a correct way to attribute for creative commons.. and if this applies just to flickr or other sources.
by markbennis7 years ago
Hello all, this might seem a stupid one but I still haven't figured it out yet. What is the score with applying photos to your hub, I mean can you just scroll the web and copy any photo you like?? I'm...
by ruthwalker3 years ago
Hi there, joined HP a little while ago but only just got round to writing my first hub. It is going to be an historical piece but seem to be spending most of my time trying to find who owns copyright to the images I...
by George D. Lesche3 years ago
What is a good place to find stock photos to use with articles? Its the biggest hurdle I find when writing articles. Its not the articles that are hard to write for me its finding the images to go with them. I am a...
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