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General Information

On this page there are sites for finding Public Domain and Creative Commons photos. Although Public Domain Images require no attribution, it is best practice to include a link to the photo and to attribute the photographer and the website where you found the photo (e.g., Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash) . Creative Commons Images have seven different licenses. You must pay attention to the license acronyms and cite accordingly. Below is a chart, found on Wikipedia, that describes what can and cannot be done with images that have the various licenses.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons_license#Seven_regularly_used_licenses

APA Citation Examples

See Photographs in Reference List word document found in the Examples of In-text Citation, Reference Lists, and Annotated Bibliography box located at the bottom of the APA Style page.

APA Citation Examples

See Photographs in Reference List word document found in the Examples of In-text Citation, Reference Lists, and Annotated Bibliography box located at the bottom of the APA Style page.

Public Domain Images

These pictures require no attribution but it is best practice to give credit by including a link to the photo and credit the photographer and the site where the photo was found. (E.g., Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash)

Pexels

Pixaby

Pixnio

Public Domain Vectors

Open Clipart

Unsplash

Kaboompics

ISO Republic

Wikimedia Commons

Foodiesfeed

British Library

Old Book Illustrations

Creative Commons Images

See the chart above to determine whether or not you are allowed to use the photo and what type of attribution is necessary.

Dreamstime

 Foter

Free Stock Photos

Freephotos

Freepik

Flicker (You need to create an account)