For my post for the Week 3 in the Student Blogging Challenge, I decided to give examples of different ways that you can use pictures, without copy writing, or just downloading the picture from Google, on your post.
The first way that you can not copy write is using Google Drawings. Using the shapes on Google Drawings, I was able to make this camera and the image for my last post, Commenting. Google Drawings is a free site that is built into your Google Drive that makes it easy to create your own images.
Another way to make original pictures is using Canva. Using Canva, I made this picture/video of a header that I would use if my post topic was Fun At The Beach. I used all free images and GIFs on Canva and it was really easy and fun to do.
Next, you can use a website that has all free, not copy write images that anyone can use. This picture is from Photos For Class. Me and my family raised lambs for 4-H so this adorable picture struck my attention!
Like Photos For Class, Pics 4 Learning gives you free images to download and use how you want. I picked this picture because it was a pretty Savannah Grassland landscape and I have always wanted to go there.
I also recommend the website Unsplash. Using this website I found this pretty picture of the Northern Lights. I chose this picture to use because seeing the Northern Lights in person has been on my bucket list for years.
The Last way to be absolutely certain that your picture is not copy write it to take your own picture. If you wanted to write a post about how spring is your favorite season, go outside and take a picture of a flower or tree blossoms, like the picture I took above.
There are many ways you can use images without copy writing. Weather you create, take pictures or simply going to a free, non-copy write website, never just use a picture from Google. Stay tuned for future posts! Happy blogging!!