Searching Flickr for Creative Commons Pictures

Created: Monday, December 31, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



There are a number of sites that provide royalty-free pictures that can be used in your PowerPoint presentations — one such site is Microsoft’s Office.com site — and there are also several other sites that provide free pictures. However, none of these resources can match the amazing breadth and variety of picture content you can find at Flickr, a photo-sharing site from Yahoo! Additionally, Flickr makes it easy for you to find pictures that you can legally use in your presentations since it lets you search for pictures within the Creative Common license.

Learn how to search Creative Commons pictures on Flickr.com.

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