Users can obtain free photos that involve recycling by going to websites such as FreeDigitalPhotos.net and Stock Free Images. Both websites have sections for recycling photos and images, and individuals can search for photographs using search tools. Everyone must register with an email address to get free photos.
FreeDigitalPhotos.net has 24 photos to a page. Users can click on a smaller image to see larger photographs. The small photo of the set of four options is the free photograph, and attribution is required. The free photo is 400 pixels by 316 pixels, and users can click on the red Download rectangle. Users must agree to publish an acknowledgement of who created the image, produce an email for confirmation and then pass a security challenge that involves an advertisement prior to downloading.
Stock Free Images lists 20 photos per page, but individuals can change that number to 80 at a time. Normal sizes range from extra small to maximum with 72 dots per inch up to 300 dots per inch. Extra small photographs are 251 kilobytes, whereas maximum photographs are 7.7 megabytes. A tiff photograph is 21.2 inches by 14.1 inches and 77.1 megabytes. Users can click on Free Download to obtain the image.