Free Public Domain Images Commercial Use – Pixabay is #1
I Highly Recommend people to obtain their Images/Pictures from Pixabay.
Public Domain Free Images are provided at Pixabay and best part is new images are seen weekly no matter what.
All of the Images have License: CCo Public Domain Free for commercial use/ No attribution required.
Accurate Search Bar there provides Fast Results to find what you are looking for.
Not familiar with Pixabay? No problem!
I shall provide you a Step-By-Step Guide in learning how to Navigate through Pixabay to obtain the FREE Images you desire. 🙂
1) Go to https://pixabay.com/
You should see the Following Screen next as you do.
2) Type in anything you want in the White Textbox Above and Press Enter.
I chose Peacock since they are Blue like my favorite color and a beautiful bird.
I normally Don’t Select Any of the Images on the First Layer of the Image Results since they have a Watermark on them.
They are from Shutterstock which is known for putting a Watermark on all their Images.
Plus, Shutterstock Images are known to be Paid Images, so please exercise caution on that regard.
A Watermark is like a Faint Design that is seen across an Image that has a Branded Name on it or some irremovable Text present.
You would see ShutterStock on them and I don’t like that being seen on my Images. It ruins the Image for me personally in my honest opinion.
It should look more natural so I choose the Images I like after the First Layer to use for my Website Pages/Posts.
Right-Click on the Image you like, then Left-Click Open link in new tab.
You should be able to see something similar to the Following Screen for your Selected Picture.
I am going with
Notice underneath the Size it says:
License: CCo Public Domain Free for commercial use/ No attribution required.
3) I usually choose the Size S since the other Sizes M, L, XL ask me to Register for a Pixabay Account whether I Left-Click on Download or View.
I then do a Right-Click on View, then Left-Click Open link in new tab. The Following Screen below appeared.
Right-Click on the Image and then Left-Click Save image as…
I give my Image a Creative Name first and then I save my Image usually in my Folder called My Pictures.
Or, for better organizing purposes, I save my Images in a particular Folder like the Above and Beyond the Horizon Folder which would have the Images stored I would want to use for my Website. 🙂
I hope this helped many of you out that needed an Alternative Place to grab Free Images from using Pixabay. 🙂
Also, if you need another great place to get Images to use on your Website, please be sure to check my Blog Post on getting Free Google Images.
Images are free to use, share or modify, even commercially.
I call it simply as Great Google Images Click here to read about it. 🙂
Looking for loads of Free Stock Images for Public Commercial Use? Try Morguefile. 😀
Another place that offers Free Images without Copyright is StockSnap. 🙂
So, what did you think about this Step-By-Step Process on Free Public Domain Images Commercial Use from Pixabay to use freely on your Website Pages and Blog Posts?
Did I help explain it well enough for you to understand and do it successfully?
If so, please leave your Comments or Questions below and I will be more than happy to get back to you.
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Creator of Above and Beyond the Horizon