any sites i can use to get photos from w/o copyright issues
On wikipedia you can click on a photo and get information on whether or not it is copyrighted. Some photos on there give permission for any type of use.
I have sometimes used sxc.hu. There are tons of free photos on sxc.hu, on all sorts of different subjects. Just be sure to read beneath each photo what the permissions are for using the photo - or even link to the profile of the person on that site... read more
You can try wikipedia, flickr creative commons, or here:
or deviant art
you must remember that most free images aren't available for use in commercial ventures.
by Eaglekiwi 9 years ago
Usually I ask for permission if a pic says ,this ---may be copywrited etc ,but wondering if there are some sites that I dont need to ask . Thank-you.
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