Howdy! So, you’ve just signed up for a BuzzFeed Community account and have the perfect idea for a post, but where the heck are you going to find pictures to use?
We’re here to help! First and foremost, please make sure to read our Rules and Guidelines. Kindly note that BuzzFeed Community does not support any accounts or posts that are of a self-promotional, political, or commercial nature. Not sure if your post fits our guidelines? Click that link above and take a look!
Before we start, the number one thing to remember is: Respect other creators’ intellectual property!
OK, ready for some resources? Let’s goooooo!
If you’re searching for hi-res photos to use for thumbnails, lists, or quizzes, we recommend using free photo sites, like…
The credit section should look like this:
DID YOU KNOW?
We’ve recently updated our quiz maker, so you can select an Unsplash image for your quiz result from the comfort of your own draft! If you upload an image this way, the photo credit will automatically upload itself.
The credit section for a Pixabay image should look like this:
On Flickr Commons, type a keyword. Then make sure to select «all creative commons» in the drop down box, so you know you’re only browsing through images you have permission to use.
When crediting Flickr Creative Commons, it should look like this:
And here’s how the sourcing for the above image should look:
GIFs make the world go round. To find some, Giphy is a fabulous resource.
If using Giphy, this is how you should source your GIF:
Finally, embedding is also a fun way to feature rad content.
To embed a post, you just need to follow a few easy steps. First, click on the «embed» button in your draft:
Then, paste the URL or embed code into the box that appears, and hit «enter.» Fun and easy, right?
So which websites allow embeds, you ask?
If you still have questions, you can email the Community team at email@example.com.
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