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  • I need an original picture of a blood collection kit, anything related to blood collection
    I would suggest to go for stock photos. Some websites like unsplash, pexels, pixabay etc offer them for free and they're royalty free
  • How/where do you find high-quality images for sample/demo sites? | 2021-06-16
    I use websites like,, and there are alsome some libraries for example in js for get random images/texts and others, like this one
  • Ruins //
    Thanks for asking! I use Unsplash, a great free online resource, to get most of my photos, and paint.NET along with various third-party plugins to add various effects and combine layer blend modes til I get what I want.
  • Is it okay to use unlicensed photos in a personal project? my dude. Enjoy.
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  • Alguien conoce alguna página con imágenes (si son dibujos, mejor) sin copyright?
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  • Golang image search api | 2021-06-09
    package scraper import ( "fmt" "net/http" "strings" "" "" ) func GetImgs(c *gin.Context) { searchQuery := c.Query("q") res := getSearch(searchQuery) c.JSON(http.StatusOK, res) } func getSearch(searchQuery string) Images { searchString := strings.Replace(searchQuery, " ", "-", -1) c := colly.NewCollector() c.UserAgent = "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X x.y; rv:42.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/42.0" c.AllowURLRevisit = true c.DisableCookies() array := []string{} // Find and visit all links c.OnHTML("img[src]", func(e *colly.HTMLElement) { src := e.Attr("src") if src != "" { array = append(array, e.Attr("src")) } }) // Requesting a url for html c.OnRequest(func(r *colly.Request) { fmt.Println("Visiting", r.URL) }) // search query pexelsQuery := strings.Replace(searchString, "-", "%20", -1) stocSnapQuery := strings.Replace(searchString, "-", "+", -1) // c.Visit("" + searchString) c.Visit("" + searchString + "&button=") c.Visit("" + pexelsQuery + "/") c.Visit("" + pexelsQuery) c.Visit("" + stocSnapQuery) c.Visit("" + stocSnapQuery) // return Images{ Count: len(array), Data: array} } type Images struct { Count int `json:"counts"` Data []string `json:"data"` }
  • Artwork original or copy of photo? I've been struggling to understand the line between when your artwork becomes truly yours and can no longer be called a copy of the original. For this piece I used other references for feather details and the colors were artistic choice, main ref. was for position. | 2021-06-09
    Good for you trying to use your own photo references; thank you for that. There are online resources with no copyright restrictions. Become familiar with them. I have used often and searched by subject in images. There are many historical images. There is also,,, There is some duplication across websites.
  • will be greatly apreciated thank you . | 2021-06-08