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Where to find free and beautiful images for your website or blog

If you’re a blogger or if you create or run websites, chances are you’ll be on the look out for some awesome free visuals to bring your content to life. It’s also likely that you are trying to generate some revenue from your work, in which case you are going to need royalty free photos and graphics – unless that is you have the wherewithal to pay royalty fees.

There are several options open to you. Either you pay for a stock image from one of the many royalty free image sites out there. Places like iStockphoto for example do a great job in that respect or you are going to have to find some free images that allow you do modify them and use them for commercial gain.

Well if it’s free you want, then you’re on the right page. In this short video, I show you how to scan the Web’s most popular image repositories (Flickr, Google Images, Fotopedia and the Open Clip Art Library) for Creative Commons licensed photos. Enjoy!

Written by Will Ellington

Originally from the UK, I currently live in Osaka, Japan, where I work in higher education. I’ve been a WordPress user since 2004 and have developed numerous projects with it over the years. Wpliving is a place to share things i've learnt along the way, and to explore innovations in WordPress too.

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