This is how you can search for images that you can use for free. LEGALLY
If you need a picture to repurpose for one of your projects but don’t have the time to capture one, there are a plethora of free photographs available online that you can use without worrying about copyright concerns – you just have to know where to search.
We’ll go through many websites where you may look for free photographs on the internet. When looking for free photos, you’ll often come across the Creative Commons (CC) licence, which allows you to use an image for free. However, depending on the sort of CC licence a picture has, there may be restrictions requiring you to acknowledge the original artist or prohibiting you from making changes to the image.
That’s why it’s always a good idea to check the licence before utilising a picture. More information on the distinctions between certain CC licences may be found here.
Now, let’s look at the many methods for finding free photos.
Number 1. Free-to-use photos on Google
It’s a popular fallacy that you can’t lawfully reproduce images from Google Images. While this is true for broad searches, Google provides tools to filter your results depending on picture use permissions. Here’s how you do it:
Step 1. Go to Google Images and search for the picture you’re searching for.
Step 2. Click on the Tools button on the Images result page.