Finding the best creative commons images

A creative commons license is used whenever an author wants to provide people the right to use, share and modify their own work. In other words, most of the creative commons images can be used for personal and commercial purposes. Obviously, in order to do that, you will have to find a place where you can download creative commons images. Due to the fact that there are dozens of places where you can do this, the search will probably be very long and in many cases not exactly what you were hoping for. In order to save you some time and energy, we have created a list of the best places where you can find creative commons images.

Wikimedia Commons

Did you know that Wikimedia Commons hosts more than 15 million free images, audio files and other kinds of media files? Every user can browse images by topic like flags, animals, medicine, nature or even by location, author, type, source or license. There are a few different Creative Commons licenses and you should learn more about their nature before you start downloading and using these images.

Morguefile

Morgufile is another excellent platform for free, high-quality photos that you can use for any commercial or personal project. The files found on Morguefile are uploaded by users. Every user must confirm that the photos they are uploading are unique and that they are not uploading the work of someone else. Every image found on Morguefile is free, available for commercial use and it can be used without attribution.

Creative Commons Search

This is actually an interface present in search engines on many websites where you can find free media like Google Images, Pixabay, Flickr, and Fotopedia. So, whenever a user uses CC search, they are activating special licensing filters and they will get results related to CC images. This definitely makes things easier for Internet users.

Open Clip Art Library

Open Clip Art Library of simply OCAL is another great website for creative commons images. It’s worth mentioning that the library is partially downloadable which means that you can download a large portion of their collection and use the library offline. Most of the images found on OCAL is uploaded by the users. The site has all kinds of images and users can even ask for free images and some of the artists present there may meet their requests.

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