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Finding and Using Free Images & Media
If you need some images, video or audio for use in an assignment or presentation, then look no further!
These sites all provide FREE media without violating any copyright laws (see our page on copyright for more about this)
Remember - you still need to credit the creator of the resource unless stated otherwise.
Freepik helps you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for using in websites, banners, presentations, magazines...
Your source for over 400,000 free vectors, free drawings and free photos. You can use any Pixabay image without attribution in digital and printed form, even for commercial applications. Simply search for an image
Creative Commons Search
Offers convenient access to search services provided by other independent organizations
Photos for Class
Images come with an automatic citation and are all licensed for school use.
CSIRO Science Image
Categorised and searchable database of thousands of science and nature images
The British Library
Over a million antique illustrations and photographs for anyone to reuse, remix or repurpose.
State Library of Victoria Digital Image Pool
Over 200,000 historical images, all free to use
Study Vibe Multimedia Library
Here are some great resources that may help you in your assignments that have been licensed under Creative Commons.
21 Amazing Sites With Breathtaking Free Stock Photos
Contains what is in the title 21 sites with free stock photos. The sites have different focuses like older stock or food.
A free stock photo community where photographers & artists can share their own photos and artwork with people from all over the world. Offering thousands of pictures and illustrations of people, animals, buildings and street photography, beautiful landscapes, plant & flower photos, objects from computers & electronics to food images and jewelry photos as well as a range of textures.
Burst is a free stock photo site that is powered by Shopify. All the photos are offered under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license, which means you’re welcome to use the photos for any purpose.
Here's one we found earlier!
Here's an example of a beautiful image found on Burst that we downloaded and put up here for free! It really is so easy.
You can edit images on many of MacRob's computers using Adobe Photoshop. Another great FREE image editing program is Gimp, just download it to your computer.
Created by Michelle De Aizpurua