Pexels Pictures are great for any kind of topic on a Website!
You must have heard about pixels, right?
But, how about pexels? It is a place where you can get free images without any attribution required.
1) Go to https://www.pexels.com/
Their Home Page should look like this below.
2) Type in anything you want in the Search for free photos… White Textbox Above and Press Enter.
I chose roses since that is my favorite flower.
Wow, the clarity is simply superb, pretty high quality and they are gorgeous.
Though there may not be a whole ton of pictures here, I am sure that there is a picture in each Search Results you encounter which is to your liking. 🙂
3) I Clicked on the picture I was interested in.
Surprisingly, underneath where it says Download For Free, the Source is pixabay.com
Pixabay offers high quality pictures, FREE and no attribution required. 😀
I then Right-Clicked on the Image, then Left-Clicked on Open link in new tab.
I then Right-Clicked on the Image, then Left-Clicked on Save image as. I gave it a name and had it saved in My Pictures Folder.
4) I then head on over to Microsoft Office Powerpoint. I feel like it is time to tweak this image around and create a logo of sorts with it.
I know for some, they must have thought why didn’t I click on Copy Image instead of Save Image As? It is because when I tried to have the Image Pasted after I copied it, the Image did not show up.
First, I Right-Clicked on the White Template, then Left-Clicked on Layout, then Clicked on Blank.
Therefore, I had to go to Insert (2nd Tab at Top) and then Picture to have Image uploaded onto Microsoft Powerpoint Slide.
Selected the Image from My Pictures Folder and voila! there it is below.
I simply shrunk it like this, by dragging it the bottom right white tiny circle diagonally.
Right-Clicked on the Image, Left-Clicked on Copy.
Right-Clicked and then Left-Clicked on Paste.
As soon as I saw my duplicate Pink Rose there, I dragged it to the right side.
Then, Clicked on Insert, and then Text Box.
I then inserted that Text Box in-between my 2 Pink Roses.
Next, I Clicked on Home, and then Selected the Font and Size I wanted. I then Centered the Text. Later I choose the color I wanted.
I felt like rotating my right pink rose in a different direction. Double Clicked it and then Clicked on Rotate.
When I was finished with all the necessary Edits I wanted, I then hit the Prt Sc Sys Rq Button on my Keyboard and then opened up Paint Program.
I then Pressed Ctrl and Letter V on Keyboard, which is Keyboard Shortcut for Pasting a Screenshot or so.
I Clicked on Home, then Select, positioned what area I wanted as I boxed around my Rose Logo, then Clicked on Crop.
Here’s how it looks below.
I later felt like I wanted it to stand out or project a bit more and added black lines around the inside of the white area of the pink text.
So, there you have it, you have a feel for how I add Screenshots all over my Blog Posts and how you can play around with Microsoft Powerpoint and Paint Program to create your own Logo. 🙂 But, remember be creative and important thing is to have fun with it. 😀
I am sure most of you will make something more advanced than what I did here, I just wanted to show a basic setup of what you can do in terms of being artistic and unique with what you made yourself. 🙂
I do not know about you, but I would find it quite distracting to put a Caption underneath my Blog Post images providing an attribution link giving credit to the image creator.
To me it was time consuming and probably added bad user-friendly experience for my visitors to my website as they would click the link and drift off elsewhere in cyberspace without finishing their reading on my Content.
Which is precisely why I am on the lookout for Images that are less of a hassle for my audience members to know about and use for their own Website Blog Posts too. 🙂
After all, Free Images with no attribution requested are simply my most favorite Images around on the Internet! 😀 Because I can’t get in any kind of trouble using it to my own liking, modifying it, etc. 🙂
So, what did you think about this Step-By-Step Process on Pexels Pictures 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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