Using Google to find reusable images
Do a Google search > Images > Tools > Usage Rights
then select one of the options
Using Creative Commons Search tool
Use the following search engine to find items on different sights on the web: search.creativecommons.org
All content on Pixabay is licensed with CC0 (basically "copyright free"). For full details on the CC0 license see this page on the Creative Commons website: CC0
Use the Flickr filter
Use flickr.com with one of the required filters selected.
To be safe, always use items with a Creative Commons license.
Respecting other rights to privacy is covered by the Privacy Act. One important part of the act is that you cannot share information about or images of others without their permission.
Image source (License: CC0)
Not Offending Others
Moral considerations are very important. The content of your digital outcome must not offend, upset or harm others in any way. This not only applies to the images used, but also the language and information used.
Image source (License: Public Domain)
It is good practise to include the source of any item you use from the internet. There are a few accepted ways to do this. Always do it in such a way that it does not effect the design of your digital outcome.
Image source (License:
CC BY Attribution 2.0.)