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February 21 2014

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February 10 2014

07:30

New Old Stock: Public Domain Photos from Institutional Archives Worldwide


  

Many institutions create and collect photos and make them available as Public Domain or licenses closest to that. As we all know, public institutions don’t really care to make their services comfortably usable. On top of that these collections contain loads more chaff than wheat. Cole Townsend from Buffalo, New York has come to our rescue. His Tumblr project “New Old Stock” curates the best free photos from public archives and it does quite a job…

January 29 2014

11:00

Free Stock Photos by Email: Little Visuals


  

If you follow Noupe closely, you know that we covered pic-poster Unsplash.com quite a few times. This Tumblr-based service sends out emails containing 10 images with varying topics every 10 days. All the images can be used freely under a CC0 license. This allows for commercial use also. The even younger service Little Visuals would certainly win a look-alike contest…

November 19 2013

07:30

Thou Shalt Not Steal: Free Music for Your Videos and Websites


  

Photos, videos, music – all these types of content come with strings attached. There are legions of lawyers just waiting for you to make that tiny mistake. So, if you are looking for multimedia content to use in your own projects, you cannot be too careful. That’s why we constantly scour the web for sources of free content. Today, we want to introduce you to a variety of services for free music. Don’t be afraid. We’re not talking about borderline content such as Midi tootling. In the following article you’ll find high-grade contemporary music. Promised…

July 18 2013

06:30

Totally Free: Unsplash.com delivers Hi-Resolution Photos To Your Inbox


  

Commercial use photos are always appreciated. In most cases, though, licensing is not as straightforward as you would want it to be. Studying license conditions is not what most of us like to struggle with. Some countries even have legal systems in place, where it is hard for the creator to waive all his legal rights, even if he explicitly wants to. The best way to stay out of trouble is to either shoot each and every photo by yourself or choose pictures with as little license overhead as possible. The new project Unsplash.com by freelancer-platform Ooomf.com promises to deliver exactly this kind of material.

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