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    Royalty-Free Images

    • Flickr
      Be sure to select the Creative Commons option before searching! Use for photos or videos.
    • Wikimedia Commons
      Large collection of public domain and Creative Commons images, sounds, maps, and other media.
    • Pixabay
      Huge variety of public domain images. Warning: the first row of images in any search are sponsored results from Shutterstock and are not in the public domain.
    • The Morgue File
      "Free images for your inspiration, reference and use in your creative work, be it commercial or not!"
    • Creative Commons Search
      Portal for searching various sites for Creative Commons images, audio, video, and other media. Select a site to begin your search; your currently selected site will be highlighted in light blue.
    • Academic Search Premier
      Be sure to click on the "image quick view types" (bottom left of screen) before searching.
    • The Internet Archive
      A collection of images and sound
    • Library of Congress Collection
      Produced by the Library of Congress and mostly free. Be sure to check the copyright statement before using.
    • Archival Research Catalog
      National Archives Database of various governmental and historical images, videos, sound bites. Be sure to check each resource's copyright statement.
    • EveryStockPhoto
      Royalty-free image aggregator; pulls from a number of sources, including stock xchng and Flickr.
      " is the largest collection of free photographs on the Internet (link back and attribution required)."
    • Free Images
      The only drawback is you have to join this site first.
    • Google LIFE Photo Archive
      Images with copyright restrictions will have a note on the actual image.

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