We’ve all been there. You’ve spent a lot of time crafting the perfect blog post to share with the public, but now you need an image to accompany your post.
You can either head to Shutterstock or iStock and have to fork out anywhere between £10-50 per image, or you can head to the free stock sites such as Unsplash or Pexels.
The issue with these sites is that there is a limited variety of images, and it’s often difficult to find what you are after, especially when looking for a certain location.
At Contrast, we are proud to work in Nottingham, and to add a more personal touch to the images we use, headed out into the city to capture our own photographs.
In this post, we have created a collection of these images, and would like to share them with you so that you can use them in your own blog posts and on your website.
How to use our images
To use our images, we require an attribution in the caption of the image, that links back to the image, the creative commons license and our website. The attribution should be formatted as shown below:
“Image title” (CC BY 4.0) by Contrast
Image Title - This should be replaced by the title of the image in our gallery, whilst being hyperlinked to the image URL.
(CC BY 4.0) - This should be hyperlinked to the creative commons license, using this URL: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Contrast - This should be hyperlinked to the Contrast homepage, www.contrast.digital
As long as attribution is in place, you are free to use the image on your blog post or website.
If you would like to use an image on social media, we ask that you credit our social account, formatted, Photo by: [account name]