How do I find images for my project?

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Great images are a foundational element of every TIQ Software project. 

There are different ways to find and source images including using stock photography or hiring a professional photographer. 

*Note: Using images directly from the internet without proper permission from the photographer or artist violates TIQ Software's terms of use. 


Stock Photography

If you have a limited budget stock photos may be a good fit. There are several stock photography sites that offer high quality images for free. 

Some examples include:

There are also paid stock photography sites where you can sign up for an account to purchase individual images or you can get a monthly subscription to their image collections.

Many stock photo websites allow you to save images to a lightbox (folder) prior to downloading. This is great if your organization requires approval before you decide to purchase individual images.

Some popular stock sites include:

Things to note:

  • Double check the licensing restrictions of an image before purchasing to make sure it can be used the way you intend.
  • When you purchase an image, you can  download it at various resolutions and sizes. Have a look at our article on changing images to make sure your image fits TIQ's requirements.
  • Anyone can purchase the same image as you so keep in mind that you may see this image somewhere else (you don't own the image outright).
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