Get Royalty Free Images On Google: In Simple 3 Steps

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Yes, it is easier than anything to get Royalty Free Images On Google. Earlier I have also shared awesome websites to get free images for blog.

Furthermore, You know how much value does an image holds when it comes to a blog post.

And, I think I don’t need to tell you that ” A picture is worth a thousand words“.

As Google is getting smarter day by day and now the length of the post matter and usually article with 1000-2000 words get higher rank but imagine an article with this much content without an image.

It will suck! Noone will read it. You seriously don’t want that…

But then Newbie bloggers make a mistake by randomly searching for an Image on Google and using it without knowing what consequences it can create.

You don’t even realize you are doing something illegal. That’s something serious.

But Don’t you worry in this post I will tell you how you can use Google to get royalty free images that too in 3 simple steps:

Get Royalty Free Images On Google in 3 Simple steps:

First thing first (Obvious enough): Search the term you want to have an image of:

Umm… Let me guess something for you!

Suppose you want to have an image of a “Building”.

You, search for it in the Search Bar

Search bar Google

The next thing you need to do is to go to the “images” section.

You can also check out the video here for better understanding:

Once you go there hit the Settings button. Then…

Advanced Search - Royalty free images on Google

You need to head over to the Advanced Search option. After you hit it…

You will see something like this:

Usage Rights Google Advanced Search

Scroll down till the end, at last, you will find “Usage Rights“.

Click on it to explore the options then choose from the options that suit what you want, there are many options like:

Royalty free images on Google

If you are using the image for your blog and

  • Not going to modify it  then choose the option – free to use or share, even commercially
  • If you are going to make any change then choose the option – free to use, share or modify, even commercially.  

What More Can You Do on Advanced Search by Google

Getting royalty free images on Google is not the end of opportunities… You can do much more to it.

I will tell you what more you can do with it.

So Start Rolling:

As Google says narrow down your search results:

Image Size Advanced search option

You know that the size of image matters when it comes to the blog post, One can select the size of the image in the image size section as shown above.

You can also select the type of image you want, it can be either an animated or clip art type.

How to do it?  Just see the image below:

Image Type- Royalty free images on Google

As you can see one can also select colors in the image: Full color, black & white or transparent…

Mostly when it comes to a blog post, I highly prefer JPG format pictures.

Can you also select the format in Google Advanced Image Search?

The answer is why not…

Let me show you how to do it:

File type google advanced search

Select in whichever format you want your image to be in either PNG or BMP or any other the choice is yours…

Now I believe that you don’t have any problem in finding Royalty free images on Google. Still finding it difficult, comment down your problem.

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  1. Hi.,
    Thanks for sharing,
    Very Informative and useful for bloggers.
    Advanced setting-file type, you can select GIF, BMPWEBP and more formats.

    • Sudeep Giri

      Thank You, Manish!

      I hope you keep coming and find more such useful information.

  2. Great information that every blogger must know. Keep it up!!

    • Sudeep Giri

      Thank You for the valuable comment. I will try to put more efforts in future posts.

  3. Nekhita Sharma

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    • Sudeep Giri

      Thank you very much Nekhita comments like this motivates me to do better and better…