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You are free to do what you wish with these pictures. You can modify them around, crop them up, or slightly alter them for adding more creativity.
1) Head over to https://stocksnap.io/
You should see the Following Screen next as you do.
2) Type in anything you want in the Search White Textbox Above and Press Enter or Click on the Magnifying Glass to the Right.
I picked birds because they are my 3rd favorite animal. 1st is dogs and 2nd would be cats – wild cats like tigers.
I then saw loads of pictures show up.
I Scrolled Down further and further to find a picture that appealed to me.
It was the Male Mallard Duck Picture which caught my attention.
3) I then Clicked on the Image and was brought to the Following Screen.
With my mouse, I did a Right-Click near the Image and then Left-Clicked on Open image in new tab.
I then viewed the larger image as seen below on the following screen.
With my mouse, I did a Right-Click near the Image and then Left-Clicked on Save image as…
I then Clicked on My Pictures Folder, and gave this Image a special name. I then hit Save at the Bottom.
4) I then proceed on Paint Program on my Computer.
I Click on File and then Open, I then select the Image I want Uploaded for me to edit in Paint.
I Crop the Image a bit.
I Save It after the changes I made to it.
Next, I head over to my Blog Post, I Click on Add Media (I am on the Visual Tab and not the Text Tab here).
I Click on Upload Files and then Select Files.
I search for my Mallard Duck Image, Click on it, and then Open.
This is the Following Screen that appeared next.
To the Right, there is Caption. In that White Text Box, I wrote Aim High and Put Your Best Foot Forward.
Finally, then at Bottom I would Click on Insert into Post.
I saw the Image was Full Size, so I Clicked on it.
Then, Clicked on Pencil Icon for Edit.
This is what pulled up next on my screen.
I wanted my Caption to be Centered, meaning my words to be in the middle underneath my Image.
So, what I did was Type in <center> at the Beginning before my first word in the Caption.
Then, I Typed in </center> at the very End. The / is kept there as a divider to indicate a particular set of words are to be centered.
Notice that the Alternative Text is the same as my Caption too. If you want, you can Change that to something else.
However, if this is the First Image you would use on your Blog Post, you may want to put a Keyword in the Alt Text.
I then Click on the Down Arrow near Size and Select Thumbnail – 150 x 150
I Clicked on Update at the Bottom.
5) Here is the Result below.
I hope this helped many of you out that needed an Alternative Place to grab Free Images by using StockSnap. 🙂
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Did I help explain it well enough for you to understand and do it successfully?
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