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    Share free photos

    Since we have a post on free fonts - and who knew there was such an option? - I thought I'd ask if anyone knew of a site that offers free and decent quality photos for commercial application.

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    waxing digital artistic Gale Haut's Avatar
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    The commons are always a good starting place, but make sure to read, understand, and save a copy of the license before commercial use.


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    Try creative commons. I find a ton of images there.
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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin chris ell's Avatar
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    Sometimes we used http://www.sxc.hu ...and what Gale said about the license.

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    Thanks, guys, for the help.

    Even after Wikipedia, I'm still trying to wrap my head around the Creative Commons idea. I've found some great shots for a future project but the pics I want to use are all on Flickr.

    I thought Flickr was just a photo-sharing site. It feels borderline iffy to use those images.

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    waxing digital artistic Gale Haut's Avatar
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    Flickr is not a commons website, but you can find some images released by the Library of Congress at Flickr.com/commons. Many of those images have unknown origins, and there is a slight risk that someone could provide evidence of ownership in the future.

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    http://www.morguefile.com/

    Has got some interesting images

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