16 Sources for Free Public Domain and CC0-Licensed Images

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10 Excellent Sources for CCO-Licensed and Free Public Domain Images
When you need CCO-licensed and free public domain images to make your website more complete, you need reliable sources to find them. You don’t have to pay for professional photography or take them yourself; simply check out one of these ten sites to get the photos you need. These are easy-to-search sources, free to use, and always updating for new possibilities for your vision. You’ll love having more variety on your site and updating it with new pictures when you need a change.
10 Web Resources for Free Public Domain Images
To get started, type a topic in the search field and click the box in front of Search only public domain materials, or browse the items featured on the homepage. Once on a photo's information page, scroll to the bottom to see the Rights Statement. On free images, it states that the New York Public Library considers the image to be in the public domain and does not require, but appreciates, a link back to the library.
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17 Sites for Finding Free Public Domain Images
This site features animal, plant, architecture, food and desktop wallpaper photos. Though all the images on this site are in the public domain, the site owner advises: “If there is any person on the images I would not use it.” This cautionary advice is presumably due to the fact that the photographer didn’t obtain model releases from the people who were photographed.
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5 Great Sources of Free Images – Public Domain and CC0-Licensed
This kind of license allows people to use any form of work without payment and attribution. These outputs were released by its creators and owners into the public domain, and labeled it as ”no rights reserved”. In short, they will not chase you for unpaid license fees or file a lawsuit against you for unauthorized use of their work. Owners of CC0-licensed files have waived “copyright and database protection, and the exclusive rights automatically granted” to them, according to this website.
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Yesterday, we featured WP Inject, a plugin that makes it easy to insert Creative Commons licensed images into WordPress content. High quality CC-licensed images are incredibly easy to find these days. The vast majority of the collections include images that fall under the Creative Commons Attribution-Sharealike 2.0 license. While these (more…)
52 Sites to Get Free Images for Your Content
Images drive engagement with social media and content marketing. A media bank is now an expected aspect of a press release. Yet if you have ever needed an image for a social or content post and found (literally) the perfect image only to discover that the license is restrictive or vague, you understand how frustrating finding stock images can be. If you’re like me, you may find one site that works and overuse it to the point of repetition.