2. Use Flickr
The main reason why photographers use a Creative Commons License are for people to share and use their work in their websites. Using Flickr you can easily search for photos that are CC licensed. Go to the website, www.flickr.com and enter your search words there. A result page will appear and here, click on the Advanced Search found on the upper right corner of the page. Finally, select ‘Only Search Within Creative Commons-Licensed Content.’
3. Use Creative Commons image search
Creative Commons’ official websites lets you to find public domains images to use for your website. It has many search engines that find CC licensed pictures. While you are online, type https://search.creativecommons.org/ ones it have loaded, choose a search engine to use in finding your images. Few search engines that it integrates include Flickr, Google, Wikipedia, Open Clip Art Library just to name a few. Enter your search term in the search query segment then press the enter button and you will directed to search results that contains only images. It is possible to use these images for modification and adaptation under the CC license.