Video Tutorial: How to Select Legit Photos for Your Videos & Blog Posts

We all know the good 'ol addage, 'A picture is worth a thousand words'. And, it's true. A picture can help tell a story, simplify a complex thought, or add drama to your videos.

In fact, parts of your audience may be visual learners, which mean they'll remember more of what they see rather than what they hear.

But, if it's not a picture that's legal to use, it can be worth a thousand headaches.

Rest assured though, there are works licensed under Creative Commons that allow you to:

  • use images in your videos or on your blogs,
  • modify them (e.g., add a title, remove the background, etc.)
  • and use commercially.

So, if you're not using the appropriate images, you could be making a BIG mistake.

In this tutorial, you'll learn about Creative Commons and 3 websites that allow you to search for amazing photos for your videos:

For more information visit the Creative Commons website.

And, don't forget to check out the Video Mojo site for the cheat sheet & more tips.


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