500 Photographers – A photo competition website with the beautiful, artistic photos of the competitors. Teachers could use for visual analysis exercises.
Flickr – A photo sharing site where you can upload your photos to share with others or download photos that belong to others. It is free to use the photos on the site without royalty fees; however, members can choose how photos can be shared restricting some usage. For instance, you may be permitted to display the photo by linking back to Flickr instead of just being able to download the image.
Free Digital Photos – Free photos and illustrations. Thousands of royalty free images for instant download. For commercial and non-commercial use. No registration required.
Free Stock Photos – Free photography for personal or commercial use according to the terms and conditions listed on the home page. The right-hand column is an extensive list of other royalty free sites and each has their own terms and conditions. Although many are free sites, there are some that charge nominal fees for using their images.
Photobucket -Upload, manage, and share your photos and videos for free.
Pics4Learning – “Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.”
Stock Photography – A pay site for high quality images. You can join the site, purchase credits and use those credits to buy images from the site. Photos are a range of credits to purchase depending on the size and demand.
Stock.xchng – This site claims to be the leading free stock photo source online. Even though they have high quality images, they do change nominal fees for the images. Maybe they mean it’s free to join their community?
A Clipart History – Free high-quality public-domain clipart covering all ages of the Worlds History from pre-historic. The site is designed to save time when looking for clipart.
Free Clipart by Phillip Martin – A free site of clipart that is useful for educators because the categories related to school subjects.
Free Clipart Now – This site is a large collection of high quality, public domain clipart graphics for presentations, web pages, documents, emails, etc.
Open Clipart Library – This site is a project which aims to create an archive of clip art that can be used for free for any use. You can use the clip art for free, but you can also help by uploading your original clip art, joining a discussion, or contributing to the blog or wiki.
Public Domain Clipart – Over 25 000 public domain clip art images.
WP Clipart – WPClipart is a collection of high-quality public domain images specifically tailored for use in word processors and optimized for printing on home/small office inkjet printers. There are thousands of color graphic clips as well as illustrations, photographs and black and white line art.
Online ConVert – Free, online converter for images, documents, video, audio, and e-books. It also generates hash tags.
Online Image Resizer – Resize/crop your images to the exact specifications needed for your project.
Zamzar – Free, online multiple format file conversion.