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Solved Free Images to use on a website

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by BobbyWat, Feb 16, 2016.

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  1. BobbyWat

    BobbyWat Thread Starter

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    Hi folk. Been working on my website and in fear of prison (copy write infringement) have removed some good back ground images. I may just take some high quality photos of some PCs while i'm working on them to use as well but was wondering if anyone knew of any free sites that offer copy free pictures or screen shots. Just a thought, thanks


    Bob

    Ps. Sorry if this was posted in the wrong area
     
  2. BobbyWat

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    Did find a site called Pixabay. They get your email to spam soI wouldnt call the pictures free :)
     
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    most will want an email addresss - that why I have an email address just for signing up to such things and then can ignore the email that arrives
    currently sitting at nearly 3000 emails and 1500 in the spam box
    As i just use for signup to things - i know i'm only going to use once or as a test - I can ignore it
     
  4. BobbyWat

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    lol that's a great idea. I have a couple of old email addys laying around myself I may reactivate for just such an occasion. We'll I dug through pixabay and it was good enough material. Thanks for the reply Wayne :)
     
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