Have you ever needed a photo to go with an article, a graphic design, a sermon series, or an event at your church?
Maybe you do what most people do – you search through Google Images, assuming that anything you find there is legal and usable. Actually, it’s not. Many churches are unintentionally using online photos without permission, which means we’re stealing other people’s property without realizing it.
Thankfully, this is easy to fix. There are several photo-sharing sites that offer photos that are legal to use, plus they’re very high-quality and FREE!
In today’s how-to video I use a live screen-capture to give you a step-by-step look at where I go to find and download high-quality photos online that are completely free and legal to use.
Check out our follow-up How-To Video, How To Edit & Title A Photo For Free On Canva, to see what to do after you find your photo.
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