By Mckinsey
3 years ago

Where To Get No-Attribution Photos For Your Articles On Tuetego

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When you publish articles here on Tuetego, then you should be crediting photos that you use, if it's required. For example, when you use a photo from Wikipedia, you usually have to give proper credit. However, there are two sites you can use to get photos from and no attribution is required. You simply download the photos you want to use and then use them.

One site is Pixabay and the other is Pexels. Those two are great places to find all sorts of pictures. I recommend both of them. Even though the photos are no-attribution and fall under creative commons, I still like to mention where I got the photos from.




(Photo via Pexels, public domain)
3 years
HappyLady I prefer using my own photos but sometimes you just cannot. I am also trying to learn how to make covers for free on canva.com
3 years
2 years
LiaF7 I'll try to use my own. Have so many in all kinds of subjects but thanks for info, I'll pass it around :)
2 years