Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by saber210, Dec 15, 2011.
I just want to ask where can I get it?
Is the google image search is non copyrighted?
bump.. thanks! need suggestions
if I'm not mistaken
I use freedigitalphotos but i've just looked on sxc and thats clearly way better so i will be using that from now on
Google images > advanced search > scroll down to "Need more tools" > usage rights >
Click on the button "Only images labeled for reuse"
Try Flickr. Search your topic.
Go to Advanced search and check on > "Only search within Creative Commons-licensed content. Then check on option below.
a) Find content to use commercially
b) Find content to modify, adapt, or build upon.
Wow. Never knew that Google
was able to do that. They probably shouldnt hide it under 3 layers of tabs.
Good suggestion oxonbeef
search for public domain "subject" , images , vids , music.
There's this site depositphotos.com . And they have a 7 day free subscription, wherein you can download 5 high quality pics per day; 35 in total. Once you are done with one email id, simply add another email id, use the same credit card or PP, you get another 35 images. I did this for about 100 odd pics.
Works like a charm. And nothing can beat the joy of getting images that are huge vectors or of extremely high resolution.
This is my trick to "rip" every image on google search
1. Do a search for relevent image
2. Hand draw it or use some photoshop effect (sketch for example) to make the image my own.
nice info dude... i never seen before this option... thanx alot for this
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