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  • #1919

    Julia Rotgers
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    Thanks, Tina!
    https://unsplash.com/about is one I use a lot too.

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  • #1920

    Norma Allen
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    Thank you, Tina and Julia! I’ve used Pixabay, Picjumbo, and Unsplash.

    Another free site is Morguefile: https://morguefile.com/

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  • #1932

    Tina Fletcher
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    Awesome another couple to add to the list 🙂

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  • #1944

    I really like Pixabay… unlike so many of those free image sites, they don’t ruin all their photos by putting their watermark all over them. I’m sure your other recommendations must have a similar practice as Pixabay. I have been wanting to find more resources for my photos. Thanks, Tina and everyone!

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  • #1947

    Dana Cassell
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    Thanks, Tina, and here’s one to add to your collection –
    http://freeforcommercialuse.net/

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      Norma Allen
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      Thanks, Dana. I’d never heard of that one.

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  • #3614

    Thanks for this list. I also like to use:
    https://stocksnap.io/
    https://openclipart.org/
    http://www.freestockphotos.biz/
    http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/

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  • #3616

    Tina Fletcher
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    This is awesome we can all end up with a list of free stock image sites, thanks everyone 🙂

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  • #3640

    Susan Parnaby
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    I checked my diigo account and found 99 bookmarks with the tag image. I used to have this set up so that I could integrate a list of bookmarks into a wordpress page or post. There was a small annual charge for it but they have changed the way they operate and I have not worked out if I can still do this and how to do it.

    Useful concept though. Every time you see a link that would be useful to your readers bookmark it on diigo with a particular tag. Then add a code to your page/post so that all the links that you have used that tag for are listed on your post/page.

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  • #3998

    Jan Sandhouse Hurst
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    If you use canva (http://www.canva.com), you can access free images through its search bar. Then you can use Lunapic’s editor (https://www140.lunapic.com/editor/) to make dozens of changes. I’ve used these two tools together to create most of my images and graphics.

    Thanks for all the suggestions! I’m adding this thread to my “favorites” so I can find it when I need a source.

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