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How can I find and download high-quality, copyright-free images from Google Search?

Google Images contains a vast repository of over 25 billion images.

Not all images on Google are free to use or download.

Always check the usage rights.

You can filter Google Images results to show only images that can be reused or modified under "Tools" > "Usage rights."

Google Images displays information about an image's copyright and usage terms when you click on the image and view it in a new tab.

Creative Commons licenses allow for reuse and sharing of images, as long as proper attribution is given.

Websites like Unsplash, Pexels, and Pixabay offer royalty-free images for personal and commercial use.

To download an image from Google, right-click on the image and select "Save image as" or "Download image."

Save the image in a location you'll remember, as you'll need to navigate there later to add the image to your project.

Always check the usage rights of an image before downloading and using it, even if it's from a royalty-free website.

Some websites may require attribution or a link back to the original source.

When using an image with a Creative Commons license, make sure to follow the specific terms of the license.

Some licenses require attribution, while others may not allow commercial use or modifications.

YouTube's Creative Commons library offers free-to-use videos and audio tracks for creators.

When searching for images on Google, use specific and detailed keywords to find the most relevant results.

Use the "Similar images" feature on Google Images to find more images that are similar to the one you're currently viewing.

When downloading images from the web, be aware of potential copyright infringement and always obtain permission when necessary.

Properly citing the source of an image can help avoid plagiarism and copyright issues.

When using an image for commercial purposes, consider purchasing a license from a stock photo website to ensure legal compliance.

Some websites, like Shutterstock and Adobe Stock, offer subscription plans for access to a large library of stock photos.

Always double-check the usage rights of an image before using it, as terms can vary and change over time.

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