Pixabay

Created: Friday, March 13, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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The more pictures you find online, the more difficult it gets to decide whether this picture can be legally used or not. And yes, it’s not too difficult if you are ready to pay for high quality images — then there are some awesome stock photo sites that have you covered. But in case your pockets are not too deep, or even if you are doing something on a shoestring budget for a pro bono cause, then you will want a source of pictures that’s high quality, and also not expensive at all. And Pixabay.com, the site we are reviewing today actually exceeds those requirements because not only are the pictures high quality, but they are free as well!

Learn about Pixabay.com, an amazing resource of shared pictures that can be used easily.

Categories: design, graphics, pictures, powerpoint

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