Google Free Images Online – Labeled For Reuse

Google Free Images Online has great variety!

Google Free Images Online

As much as we love to use Google for anything and everything. It should come as no surprise to you that Google does indeed have Some Free Pictures in their Database for us to use and to place wherever we please on our Websites.

There are still Copyright Rules to abide by when using Google Images for your Website Pages and Blog Posts.

I shall provide a Walkthrough Guide on how you can do this and not make Google angry you took their Images without Permission. Hence, this means something similar along the lines of No Attribution required as mentioned in Pixabay.

But, in reality we shall navigate through the matter in a simple appropriate manner.

Okay, let’s do this. Ooh, this is so exciting, I love pictures and Google gives the best results for the exact Images I desire to have.

1) Go to

Type anything you want in the White Text Box.

Google Images Home Page

2) You should see something like the Following Screen but with your typed in words for pictures you would like for your Website Pages/Posts.

Click on the the Gear Icon at the Right Hand Top Side. A Drop-Down Menu will appear.

Click on Advanced Search.

Google Images Hummingbird

The Following Screen appeared. See Below Picture.

3 Simple Step Process.

  1. At Top Find Images with… I wrote Google Images near the Text Box that said all these words. It is right underneath the words Find Images with…
  2. Next, in the Middle where it says Then narrow your results by… at the very Bottom where it says usage rights: I Clicked on free to use or share, even commercially. Another Option you may Choose is free to use, share or modify, even commercially.
  3. Lastly, I Clicked on the Blue Box that said Advanced Search at Bottom Right and the pictures you see Below are the ones I can freely use for my Website Pages or Blog Posts.

Google Images Advanced Image Search Commercially Free Pictures

3) At Last, Here’s the Images Google offered us to use on our Website Pages and Blog Posts.

Please make sure at Top it says Labeled For Reuse.

You may also Choose the Option Labeled For Reuse with Modification as well.

Hummingbird Pictures Labeled For Reuse

The Images you get that are Not Filtered by License are NOT Free to use.

Images must be “Labeled for Reuse” in order to be FREE.

I hope this helped many of you that needed clarification on if using Google Images was okay or not. 🙂

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 Pixabay Images which is my Top #1 Pick for getting Free Images. Pictures here are Free for Commercial Use, No Attribution Required whatsoever. 

I call it simply as Picture Perfect Pixabay Click here to read about it. 🙂

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32 thoughts on “Google Free Images Online – Labeled For Reuse

  1. Wow, that is very very useful! Thank you! I did’t know I can use Google that way…and I so love Google. Now I love it even more. Sometimes is really difficult to find the right image for my post, but now I have such a good “weapon” to use. Thanks again Angel

    1. Dear Ignat,

      Thank you for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 🙂 Welcome, no problem, glad to be help. 🙂

      Here are more places you can find Free Images to use for your Blog Posts:

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you want. 😀

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,


  2. Hi there,

    I have another website you might find appealing. is an image stock archive that has premium quality graphics cost-free with no copyright limitations. Commercial use granted, no attribution required, no sign up required.

    1. Dear Stuart Miles,

      Thank you so much for telling me about that website. It can sure come in handy. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 😀

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,


  3. google have been an amazing website ever and it have helped me in most cases more especially whenever i want to search for something better but in return google use to help me much
    thanks for the information provided and please keep me updated with more information that may arise



    1. Dear jschicanha,

      Thanks for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 😀

      Welcome, no problem. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by my website anytime you wish. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success above and beyond the horizon,


  4. Hi Angel, this is a very helpful post!

    I am always concerned about the copyright of images that I want to use for my website while searching for them in Google.

    Now that I know how to filter them, I am able to use the images I want freely without worries.

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Dear Edmund,

      I am so happy to hear that my blog post has helped you out. 🙂

      Welcome, no problem.


  5. Hi I really like this your article on best free images and it’s a process that I like to use. It would have been nice to see some alternative sites that maybe you could recommend because Google doesn’t always have images that we’d like. However, I do believe it’s a great starting point because we all know Google right? Thx

    1. Dear Sharon May,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I really appreciate it. 🙂

      Yes, I do have alternative places to get pictures from which I have mentioned towards the end of the Article. 🙂

      All the Unique Places To Get Free Images From

      Welcome, no problem. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with getting the images you want online for making your business more successful above and beyond the horizon,


  6. Yes I agree with you – the correct royalty free section of Google images has some awesome options but there are other choices out there now that don’t show up on Google images. Sites like Pixaby are covered by google but outstanding free sites like morguefile don’t show up there. I would advise ANY blogger to check out morguefile as soon as possible – wonderful free images on offer there!

    1. I have used Pixabay along with using the correct royalty free section of Google images. However, this is the first time that I have ever come across hearing about Morguefile. It is surprising that in Google, Pixabay shows up, but that Morguefile doesn’t. I wonder why that is.

      Thanks for bringing this up, it is worth mentioning as a future Blog Post Topic since many people are struggling to find royalty free images that have no attribution required really. 🙂

      Please feel free to come by my Website anytime. 😀

      Wishing you all the best with your online success and futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon,


  7. Hey there Angel, great site here. I never knew there was so much to using pics on google. I do remember hearing about finding and using royalty free pics but where I was sent didn’t have the pics I wanted. It was the first time I began to think about google’s pics as maybe not free at all.

    1. Dear Elliedan,

      Thank you so much, I highly appreciate the Comment regarding my Website. 🙂 Yeah, I didn’t either. 🙂 Which is why it is worth mentioning since it is something most overlook not knowing. 🙂 I used to think the same thing too, that Google being so vast as is couldn’t possibly have any Free Images, but it really does.

      But, aside from Google, I would say that Pixabay is best. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your online success both near and far in the days ahead above and beyond the horizon,


  8. wow, I think that is pretty funny, in all the trainings people do, we are taught to go to these fancy sites that really take a long time to find what you are looking for, but this seems to be the trick right there, since it is google, itwill virtually have every image with a copywright or not, so if you can filter that that is awesome!!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Matt TheDopestMatrix

    1. Dear TheDopestMatrix,

      I know what you mean, lol. I had to search many Websites I thought had Free Images I could use on my Website and not fall prey to copyright infringement errors and such. I personally like Pixabay best, as the Images are all Free for Commercial Use there, no attribution required. I did write a Blog about using Pixabay also, perhaps you may also want to have a look at it sometime. 🙂

      Yes, Google indeed has a wider range of images you can use for your Website as long as you know where to go to filter it out without a license, lol.

      Welcome. 🙂 I hope it proves to be quite useful for you. 🙂

      Please feel free to drop by again sometime. 🙂

      Wishing you all the very best with your online success both near and far above and beyond the horizon,


    1. Thanks for Feedback Dave. 🙂 Glad to hear you found it very helpful. Welcome, no problem, I am happy as can be when one of my Article Blog Posts appeals to my Audience. 🙂


  9. Hey Angel,

    I loved this article! These days it can always be useful to add google images to a website. After all google is one of the biggest search engines out there. So you ideally you would want to work really closely with Google in order to have nice SEO ranking.
    Articles like these not only teach me new skills but they also remind me of how much more knowledge I can absorb and learn from!
    Keep up the good work. Your site seems to come along nicely and you can tell by the amount of positive comments people leave behind!
    Thanks for this and keep up the good work so that people like me can learn more 🙂

    1. Dear Esteban,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I couldn’t agree with you more on that. 🙂 Google Images is just as great as Pixabay is too. 🙂
      I am glad to receive such a highly enthusiastic Comment from you Esteban. 🙂 I am so happy to hear you found my Article Blog Post fascinating. 🙂
      Oh, I do intend to keep up the good work. 🙂 I enjoy sharing my knowledge with those on the world wide web. 🙂

      Please drop by again anytime,

  10. Very useful information on free picture database for Google images. I have bookmarked this and plan to use for one of my sites.

    So you are saying that they have free images to use, even for commercial purpose? This is good to know. I have heard stories of people getting into serious troubles for using pictures without permission.

    Do you know for any other useful source of free images, I mean for commercial use of course? Thanks.

    1. Dear Jovo,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 I have been doing research into other related websites that offer what you are looking for in terms of pictures for commercial use. Created to help bloggers easily and correctly attribute photos, Photo Pin offers one of the more seamless user experiences on this list. Be sure to select the “commercial” tick box to search for CC images. (However, at the end of the day, this is just another site utilizing Flickr’s API to present photos in an alternative view.)

      But, for the most part I highly Recommend Pixabay and Google Images Advanced Search Not Filtered By License.

      I hope this helps. 🙂


  11. Angel
    Your website is terrific! I can tell that you have worked very hard. I definitely needed the info about the Google images. You probably saved me from angering Google as I was unaware that we couldn’t just use the images. Thank you so much! Keep up the awesome work!

    1. Dear Cathy,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback. 🙂 Yes, I have. 🙂 I have tried to be as specific as possible to avoid confusion on many of my Article Blog Posts here. 🙂
      Well, that’s great that I saved you from angering Google. 😀 Welcome. ^_^

      Wishing you all the best also,

  12. Wow! I really liked this. It was informative and told me a lot about Images that I didn’t know. Advanced search is a very cool tool to use and I’ll definitely look into it later on. You stayed concise and only wrote about what you needed to. Your page looks bright and nice, and it’s very appealing! Great job 🙂

    1. Dear MForgacs,

      Thank you for your Feedback. I am glad to hear you learned something new and interesting reading my Article. 🙂 Thank you so much for your compliments and eords of encouragement. 🙂

      Wishing you all the best with your succees in your futuristic endeavors above and beyond the horizon,


  13. I’m glad you pointed out the correct way to use free images in Google. Many people do not use the “Advanced Search” and “Usage Rights” – it’s hugely important you do this or you will certainly get into trouble somewhere down the line with copyright infringement.

    I think I would still be very careful using Google images for my source though. There are lots of places where you can get free images and put your worries to bed.

    1. Dear Joanne,

      Thanks for your Feedback. 🙂 Yes indeed, I agree. Its best to be safe than feeling sorry if you don’t follow the safe method to getting Images from anywhere. Especially aside from Google Images.

      I often find myself using Images off of Pixabay. They are a great alternative to getting the Images you want for your Website Pages/Posts. 🙂


  14. Firstly l want to say thank you for the informative post, its something you don’t think about when your using google images on daily posts. And you must acknowledge a safe method to ensure you don’t fall into Copyright Infringement. It is a big deal.

    Hope you can keep on the good work.

    1. Dear Hamilton,

      Thank you so much for your Positive Feedback. I shall do my best to keep you posted on New Topics per every few days on my Website. 🙂


  15. I found this information to be very helpful. I did not know that Google had free images available for people to use on their websites. This will come in very handy as I build out more websites in the future. Copyright infringement is a great concern for most people in the Internet Marketing business and this resource should be quite helpful to them.

    1. Dear Rick Wilson,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback. I am glad to hear you found my Article Blog Post as being very helpful. Yes, I am very cautious with Copyright Infringement, I never like taking stuff that belongs to others for my own personal gain.


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