Photography Links

Important Copyright Information: Your credit information should be in the opening credits and include the following student friendly notice.
NOTICE: I used other people's stuff to make this project. I followed rules. Please do not copy it.
Additionally, each image used must have the name of the copyright owner attached to the image. Provide the following information if available (author, title, publisher, and place and date of publication).
~From Legal Issues for School Librarians
prepared by Schwartz & Eichelbaum
Free Photos offers public domain and free stock images that are able to be previewed and downloaded (and used in presentations, handouts, etc.) at no cost.
Free images for your inspiration, reference and use in your creative work, be it commercial or not!
Don't forget to give credit for pictures taken off the Web. Many of these images are subject to copyright and may be used only after paying a fee.
As long as you provide credit, images from this site can be used without looking for copyright holder information.
A database of 1,815,754 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute.
Use the card catalog to obtain images of book covers.
Photo editor that allows you to quickly put text on pictures. This is a great way to credit the creator of any images you use!
Search Flickr, Yahoo!, Google, OWL Music Search, SpinXpress, and BlipTV to "find Creative Commons-licensed media that you can legally share and reuse for free"
Why not create a great slide using Wordle? Create a Wordle, click on print screen, open in paint, cut out the wordle, open new window, save as jpeg.

Getty Images Feb 2014


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Pics 4 Learning
Specifically for education
Free to use images. 44 categories.

search engine for finding photos for blogs. Enter key word and it will track down a Flickr Creative Commons photo, resize it and provide an embed code which automatically includes a credit to the photographer.