Free Photos – get ’em now   Leave a comment

Browsing the internet with my morning brew I saw something every educator can use one day or another …..

… yes they’re FREE…. and we teachers clamor over the FREE stuff.

…they are millions of quality photos – that’s right, photos.

Now you can schmooze up those boring presentations with metaphors and ya know…..
one image is worth a thousand words……students will snap to attention with your flashy presentations now.

Check  ’em out ………….

1. Until now, stock.xchng has been my favorite tool for free images. Some of the images require a author notification of use, some don’t. They are all big, some have quite a high-resolution.

2. EveryStockPhoto is a service similar to stock.xchng, but check this out: they have 3,161,661 free photos in their database.

3.  PicApp is a new website, currently in BETA stage, that lets you look (and use) for creative & editorial images. They are all high quality (like you would find on Getty Images), but there’s a downside. When embeddi

4.  Photoree is a service that’s searching Flickr database for images released under the Creative Commons license.

5.  FreeFoto has been around for many years and has a database of about 115.000 photos, organized in about 3000 categories.

Traveling today, Jack

PS: don’t forget to get my FREE Teachers Handbook For The Digital Age at


Posted December 1, 2008 by Jack in 1

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