Do you know any good sources for pictures with creative-commons licences?
I generally get all of mine from commons.wikimedia.org except for the ones that I take from my personal collection. Each piece has a blurb explaining how the image is licensed and what kind of attribution, if any, you need to make in order to use the piece. For certain searches, warnings may pop up explaining why, say, a certain artist or celebrity's images might not be publicly licensed. For instance, many people will upload pictures they've personally taken of celebrities, yet those celebrities may have a personal image license that automatically copyrights any image of them, regardless of who takes it, so the warning serves to prevent possible future issues.
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