The Best Copyright-Free Photo Libraries: - DotGovWatch Exposing the good, the bad, and the buggy - A Blog Monitoring U.S. Federal, State, and Local Government WebsitesThousands of photos taken by U.S. Government employees as part of their official duty are free of copyright and free to use. Based on my extensive review of government photo libraries, the best collections below. Or just use the search I made. Search Public Domain Photos: #1 — HiveStock.com Awesome, high-resolution photos of landscapes, sunsets, mountains, flowers, animals, science, and much more. Image Quality: Excellent! #2 — Agricultural Research Service Beautiful, high-resolution photos of plants, animals, agriculture, and agricultural research. Image Quality: Excellent! #3 — U.S. Photos of scenery, wildlife, people in the outdoors, and miscellany. Image Quality: Average – Excellent! #4 — Department of Defense Photos of soldiers, vehicles, and operations in Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines. Image Quality: Good – Excellent! #5 — Yellowstone National Park Photos of everything in the park including scenery, plants, animals, wildfires, geo-thermal activity, park visitors, etc.
3d-rendering-software-booksPersée : Portail de revues en sciences humaines et socialesPixabay - Images gratuitesJon RafmanClassyArts - Public Domain Images and Photographer Database;agile-extreme-programming-booksRevues.org : portail de revues en sciences humaines et socialesMarqueedCybo – Sky WalkersFocus sur Pierre Emperador qui a réalisé cette vidéo pour illustrer le morceau Sky Walkers de l’artiste musical Cybo. Narrant le voyage d’un pétale, le but de cette vidéo est d’illustrer l’évasion et la liberté d’imagination. Une création à découvrir dans la suite de l’article.
Copyright-Free Photo Archive: Public Domain Photos and ImagesThe photo archive at Gimp-Savvy.com has more than 27,000 free photos and images saved on our own dedicated server, consisting of over 2.5 Gbytes of data. The goal is to make this archive a resource for collage and photo-montage using digital image editing techniques such as those described in Chapter 7 of Grokking the GIMP. To improve the archive's usefulness, full indexing of the images is planned. In looking through the archive you will be able to browse pages of photo thumbnails, which are linked to the full-size images. The images and photos found in this archive come from three main sources: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the U.S. The photos you'll find here are copyright free, but some restrictions still apply. In principle, if an photo is sufficiently modified so that individuals are no longer "recognizable", it should be okay to use.
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