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John Evans

ImageCodr.org - 3 views

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    "Flickr hosts millions of images that are licensed under a Creative Commons license or are in the public domain (Flickr Commons). Depending on the license, you may use the images on your private or commercial webpage, or can make changes to it.

    If you want to use these images, you need to to the following:

    Make sure you understood the license correctly
    Get the correct HTML code for the IMG tag
    Link the image back to the Flickr photo page
    Give the author of the image proper credits (Attribution)
    Link to the Flickr profile of the author
    Link to the license the image is licensed under
    With ImageCodr.org, there is no need to do all this manually, you simply enter in the URL of the picture page (as seen in your browser) you are interested in and ImageCodr.org will generate the ready to use HTML code. It will also display a brief and easy license summary, so you don't get in legal trouble because you missed something."
John Evans

15 Amazing Sites With Breathtaking Free Stock Photos - BootstrapBay - 1 views

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    "Photography has always been an integral part of web design. Unfortunately, we've grown accustomed to seeing crappy stock images of people in suits shaking hands. Not only are a lot of these stock photos tacky, but some of them cost money!

    Thankfully, there's been a growing number of websites with beautiful stock photography popping up all over the web. Best of all, they're free.

    In this post, we've curated a list of awesome websites for free stock photos."
John Evans

53+ Free Image Sources For Your Blog and Social Media Posts - 2 views

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    "But there's one question we get asked quite often: Where can you find free, good quality images that are cleared to use for your blog posts or social media content?

    It's a question with a lot of different answers and caveats. Nearly every image created in the last 30 years is still protected by copyright-a protection that gives virtually every author the exclusive right to use or reproduce their work. But you can find a public domain photo, use a Creative Commons image that might need attribution or even create your own image from scratch."
John Evans

Photos For Class - The quick and safe way to find and cite images for class! - 6 views

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    "Teachers have told us they need a place to access safe images that are available to be used in the classroom and for educational purposes. Plus they want accurate image citations. We've heard you and created "Photos For Class" to meet your needs for images!

    Safe G Rated Images - All images are appropriate for school setting thanks to Flicker safe Search and our proprietary filters - Read More
    Automatic Citation - Downloaded images automatically cite the author and the image license terms - Read More
    Creative Commons - All photos shown are to the best of our (and Flickr's) knowledge Creative Commons licensed for school use"
John Evans

31 Amazing Sites with Free Music for Videos | McCoy Productions - 3 views

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    "If you're embarking on a video project, perhaps an explainer video, podcast, school project or video presentation, using the right production music can be the key to successfully drawing your viewers in; but finding the perfect song can seem a daunting task.

    Of course you could commission a track to be composed especially for you, but that can run into tens of thousands of dollars.

    Luckily, there are plenty of places available for you to find free music for your video project, but where can you get it from and how do you know if you have the legal right to use it for your project?

    Using copyrighted material in your video may seem like an easy mistake to make, but it's illegal and can get you into a lot of trouble.

    So how do you make sure that your choice of track is acceptable to use in your video?"
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