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Sourcing free photos for profit and non profit websites and blogs

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How to find free photos online. Internet photos you can legally use. I am not a lawyer, I am offering advice on good business practices.

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Sourcing free photos for profit and non profit websites and blogs

  1. 1. BLOGGING FOR BEGINNERS Finding free photos Simone Castello - Cambridge
  2. 2. COPYRIGHT FREE PHOTOS Creative Commons (CC) releases photos, illustrations or other visual art. You can use them legally if you mention the artist/photographer. • Type what type of photo or illustration you want, for instance dog (in the search box). Click on Images. You will see this screen. Click on Settings. • You have several options you can apply, but the important bit is at the bottom and it’s called usage rights. Click on the grey box to see the options.
  3. 3. PHOTOS, CONTINUED If you would like to find out more about Creative Commons or allow others to use your work, please visit https://creativecommons.org/ • These are the options for usage. It is best not to click not filtered by licence as the search might show photos that are not copyright free, photos you need to pay to use or whose rights are not for sale. • Choose free to use or share if your project is for a charity or non-profit use. • Free to use or share, even commercially is best if you want to use the photo or artwork for a business. • Free to use or share or modify means you can modify the photo or artwork. 1 KB = 1024 Bytes conv. 1000 bytes 1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes (1 million) 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes (1 billion)
  4. 4. 1 KB = 1024 Bytes conv. 1000 bytes 1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes (1 million) 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes (1 billion) PHOTOS, CONTINUED By SEO007, Wikimedia 32px 256px Each pixel consists of 8 bits (= 1 byte) for a black and white image or 24 bits (= 3 bytes) for a colour one. Measurements and resolution can be confusing, as a rule of thumb, pictures for blogs should be 72dpi, for printing purposes (i.e. leaflet) at least 300dpi). Pixels refers to sizes on a screen. 128px 64px 512px Full res but only 69kb so not suitable for print but fine for web use
  5. 5. 1 KB = 1024 Bytes conv. 1000 bytes 1 MB = 1,000,000 bytes (1 million) 1 GB = 1,000,000,000bytes (1 billion) PHOTOS, CONTINUED

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