If you present at Ignite Seattle, your talk, and your slides, will be seen by hundreds of people, and even more online. It’s important that you use only images that you have permission to use: you wouldn’t want someone to use your work with out permission, would you?
To help, there are several ways to find images that are rights and royalty free, the easiest is Google.
Your own images
If you have images you have taken yourself that do not include intellectual property owned by others, you can of course use your own photos.
- Go to Google Images Search
- Search for something (e.g. “people playing dodge ball”)
- Click on the Tools option, on the right
- Click on Usage rights
- Select Labeled for reuse or the level of license you need
You can also set other options for the images you want (high size equals higher quality).
Other sources of royalty-free images