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Not everyone has the time, resources, or talent to make their own graphics. So for those of us who fall into this group, below is a list of some incredible tools that will help you locate millions of free images that can be used legally. You may not know that an artist who takes a photo or creates a graphic has the legal right to share or distribute copies of their work. This legal right is known as copyright, and permission must be granted by the artist to legally use the image.
It is important to note that there are some limits to copyright, such as the Fair Use guidelines (details at copyright.gov). Nonprofit educational purpose is probably the most common copyright exception. For example, students may use images for a class paper and instructors are in most cases allowed to use images for class instruction since it is for educational purposes. Just make sure to cite where you found it so you don’t plagiarize!
Major search engines such as Google can usually limit results to specific usage rights (e.g. free to use, share, or modify, even commercially). These limits are typically found under the advanced search option
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Note: Always check the license for each image to find out if the work can be freely used and whether you need to attribute the creator.
This site offers hundreds of thousands of high quality professional-grade photos. All photos on Pexels are free for personal and commercial purposes, and each picture has been reviewed for high quality.
This is a free community where photographers and artists share their own high quality photos and illustrations. There are thousands of high quality images that range from people, animals, plants, buildings, landscapes, textures, and even concepts.