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#11
these are copyright free:
Pond5 Public Domain projec <Historic.
Life of Pix
Snappygoat.com
Public Domain Files <Clipart.
4 Free Photos
OneLeft Media
Flickr Public Domain Search
PD Poster <Some fantasy.
Free Photos  - .se
British Library
LibreShot.com
RepublicDomain.com
Viintage.com
PixZoyd.com
PublicPhoto.Org
Photos Public Domain
Open Galleries
Phototeria.com
MarblePics
BestPhoto.us
Picdrome
DrStockPhoto
clker
Public-Domain-Photos.com
Dreamstime Public Domain Photos
PDPics.com
PD Photo

extra for footage - Public Domain Footage
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#12
http://www.deviantart.com/browse/all/ is a good website to get photos.And you can also put photos that you make on this website.
#13
Unsplash is really good as well.
#14
A good website is All The Free Stock as they have many different sources where you can search and find images
resim
#15
High-resolution images for various uses - without Copyright
1- imcreator
2- getrefe
3- snapwiresnaps
4- nos: historical images
5- jeshoots
6- cupcake
7- kaboompics
8- foodiesfeed for food
9- jaymantri
10- designerspics
11- magdeleine
12- publicdomainarchive
13- startupstockphotos
14- stocksnap
15- unsplash
16- gratisography
17- negativespace
18- splitshire
19- littlevisuals
20- lifeofpix
21- deathtothestockphoto
22- picjumbo
23- persona
24- freestocks
25- stocktookapic
#16
For vector images, I use Vecteezy.
For uncopyrighted photos deviantART is definitely the best, but I've found something on Photobucket as well - since most users there are not companies or entities who care about copyright.
#17
You guys are kidding about deviantart right? Almost all of the photos on deviantart are copyright their respective authors... if you are using those photos in commercial projects I suggest you replace them immediately just for the sake of ethicality... They are mostly independent/hobbyist photographers and artists, not very nice to find out someone has profited from your hard work-- trust me. 

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned http://www.unsplash.com, or http://www.gratisography.com
#18
(03-11-2017, 08:31 AM)mjfleming Wrote: You guys are kidding about deviantart right? Almost all of the photos on deviantart are copyright their respective authors... if you are using those photos in commercial projects I suggest you replace them immediately just for the sake of ethicality... They are mostly independent/hobbyist photographers and artists, not very nice to find out someone has profited from your hard work-- trust me. 

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned http://www.unsplash.com, or http://www.gratisography.com

Then again, any image is copyright to someone/something, you're merely using it with permission.
You could always ask the owner if it is okay to use it for your purpose(s), and use it if owner allows.

Meanwhile, I would recommend adding https://stocksnap.io/ to the list of free images sites.
#19
(03-11-2017, 08:36 AM)CHT Wrote:
(03-11-2017, 08:31 AM)mjfleming Wrote: You guys are kidding about deviantart right? Almost all of the photos on deviantart are copyright their respective authors... if you are using those photos in commercial projects I suggest you replace them immediately just for the sake of ethicality... They are mostly independent/hobbyist photographers and artists, not very nice to find out someone has profited from your hard work-- trust me. 

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned http://www.unsplash.com, or http://www.gratisography.com

Then again, any image is copyright to someone/something, you're merely using it with permission.
You could always ask the owner if it is okay to use it for your purpose(s), and use it if owner allows.

Meanwhile, I would recommend adding https://stocksnap.io/ to the list of free images sites.

Yes! You are correct, but I was referring to two people earlier in the thread who had commented that deviantart was a good website for free (uncopyrighted) photos. In almost every case on that website, people retain copyright, and they are not known really as a repository of royalty-free photography. 

It's just not very nice to take things unless people give you permission, this is why it is best to stay with royalty free or CC0 curations. 

Though at the end of the day it's just as simple to get a friend with a digital single lens reflex camera and get them to help you out ;)
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