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    • Review the license & terms of reuse
    • Find images with info available on how to reuse them
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    When you do a Google Search, you can filter your results to find images that offer licenses for reuse.

    Important: Images might be subject to copyright. Learn how to find content you can reuse below.

    Before you reuse content, make sure that its license is legitimate and check the exact terms of reuse. For example, the license might require that you give credit to the image creator when you use the image.

    We recommend that you:

    • Use the "Usage rights" filter to find images that have license information attached to them. Google filters images by license based on information provided by the sites that host those images, or the image provider.

    • Always confirm an image's license information. You can follow the "License details" link and review it for accuracy with both the license's provider and the image's host site.

    1. On your computer, go to

    2. Search for an image.

    3. Under the search box, click Tools.

    4. To narrow results to images with available license info, click Usage rights choose a type of license. Learn about types of usage rights.

    5. Click the image you want.

    6. To find info on how to license and use the image, below the image in the right panel, click License details.

    1. On your computer, go to

    2. Search for an image.

    3. Click the image.

    4. At the top right, click More Share .

    For each “Usage rights” filter, you can limit results to images that have license details attached, which include how you can license and use an image.

    To find license details: Select an image, then below the image, select License details. We recommend that you always review the licensing requirements of any images you want to use.

    • Creative Commons licenses: These images are usually available at no charge to use, but require credit. They may also have limitations on how, or in what context, you can use them. For example, an image’s license might state that you can’t modify it or use it for commercial purposes.

    • Commercial or other licenses: These images have non-Creative Commons licenses and can be from either sites available at no charge or commercial sites that require payment.

    Usage rights help you find content that you can use beyond fair use. Site owners can use licenses to let you know if and how you can reuse content from their sites.

    For complaints about misuse of your copyright, review the copyright infringement notification requirements or file a complaint.

  3. Today, Google officially launched the ability to filter search results using Creative Commons licenses inside their Image Search tool. It is now easy to restrict your Image Search results to find images which have been tagged with our licenses, so that you can find content from across the web that you can share, use, and even modify. … Read More

    • FreePik. FreePik is a great source for both stock photography and vector graphics that fall under a Creative Commons license. FreePik features a keyword search bar that allows users to find whatever they're looking for with ease.
    • Pexels. If you're looking for a real-life photo, give Pexels a try. Pexels is a huge database of photos and videos that you can freely use in your projects.
    • Pixabay. If you are looking for something that can't really be photographed, try Pixabay. It, too, has photos in its library, but it also allows people to upload vector graphics and edited images.
    • Unsplash. Unsplash claims to be "the Internet's source of freely-usable images" and has over a million high resolution images that you can download and use for free.
  4. Google Image Search. Use this resource to search for various kinds of Creative Commons licensed images through a Google Image Search filter that allows you to specify the Creative Commons license needed for most class projects. License: Creative Commons. Various.

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