Best Picture Quotes: How to Use FREE Public Domain Art

Best Picture Quotes with FREE Public Domain Art

Making picture quotes?

Then you know it can get time-consuming and/or expensive to continually come up with great backgrounds.

Good news! There’s a source of awesome art you can use: FREE Public Domain Art.

Old Masters art is one category that generally falls in the public domain. I don’t know about you, but I can’t hold a palette knife to these guys! I’m thrilled to be able to use their works, when appropriate. I like putting together picture quotes for artist birthdays, and of course, their artwork is the perfect background.Continue Reading

Take Better Pictures on iPhone: Must-Have Apps and Gadgets

Take Better Pictures on iPhone: Must-Have Apps and GadgetsWant to take better pictures on your iPhone?

You’ll love these apps and gadgets!

The iPhone, or any low-end camera, has its limitations, with a wide-angle lens that distorts closeups.

Yet, your phone is with you at all times, so it’s handy when you’ve gotta grab a photo! Check out these apps and gadgets that will get you better pictures by giving you pro features for a pittance. Continue Reading

Best Picture Quotes #4: Using Royalty Free Art

Best Picture Quotes #4: Using Royalty Free ArtMake the Best Picture Quotes with Royalty Free Art

Often the fastest way to find images for picture quotes, blogs, and more, is to use royalty free art.

Why? Since you pay a small fee, the search tools are generally much better than those for free art.

If you have something specific in mind, you’re more likely to find something suitable, and find it more quickly, if you use a paid site.

I bought the eye-catching image for this picture quote on Fotolia for one credit. If you buy the smallest pack of credits – 10 credits for $14 – that’s only $1.40 for this XS image. Continue Reading