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Fiona  Telford-Sharp

Morguefile is good. http://www.morguefile.com/

Or you can do a creative commons search http://search.creativecommons.org/

There are a couple of threads on here with a big list of free and cheap photo sites, I have them linked on my other computer so can't post them right now, but someone else might put the link in.

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Chris,

I'm always cautious about using images, because free doesn't always mean free! So I like to see "simple" usage terms.

I use morguefile.com, suggested by Fiona. Their usage terms, right on the front page:

Search Morgue File for free reference images. Yes, they're all completely free. whether you're an illustrator, art director, instructor or looking to add a defining visual to a presentation.

and, a little "deeper" on their site

morgue file contains free high resolution digital stock photographs and reference images for either corporate or public use. The purpose of this site is to provide free image reference material for illustrators, comic book artist, designers, teachers and all creative pursuits.

http://publicdomainpictures.net/ And their "usage terms" right on the main page:

All pictures are free for commercial and personal use.

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http://pixabay.com/ Their "usage terms": 

Via download provided Images on Pixabay are bound to Creative Commons Deed CC0. To the extent possible under law, uploaders of Pixabay have waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to these Images. You are free to adapt and use the Images for commercial purposes without attributing the original author or source. Although absolutely not required, a link back to Pixabay would be nice.

Timothy lee

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