With Google you can find copyright-free photos, for commercial or non-commercial purposes. Images published under the Creative Commons license are a useful alternative for blogs or jobs. In this format, the file can be used with little or no restrictions. Understand how the license works. It is worth remembering that the use of unauthorized images is prohibited and therefore, one should look for reliable sources.
Check out the step by step below, how to use the Google search engine to find images with the Creative Commons seal. That way, you will not commit any illegality.
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Learn how to find copyright-free images with Google Photo: Creative Commons / Flickr / Carlos Luna
Step 1. Access the Google search engine and do a search for images. Just below the search field, click on "Tools" and then go to "Use rights";
Filter Google search results Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 2. Choose one of the available filtering options:
- Marked for reuse with modification: images that can be modified and used, including for commercial purposes;
- Marked for reuse: allows you to use the original image, without modifying it, including for commercial purposes;
- Marked for reuse in the commercial with modification: images that can be modified and used for non-commercial purposes;
- Marked for reuse in the commercial: allows you to use the original image, without modifying it, for non-commercial purposes;
Step 3. Click on the desired image to see the details. Use the "Visit" button to access the photo page;
Access the photo page from Google Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 4. Finally, save the image to your computer and use it according to the license type selected.
Save the image searched on Google on your computer Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Ready. Take advantage of tips to find copyright-free photos with Google.
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