So I bet for some of you, you might be taking this class to obviously learn a little bit more about graphic design. But maybe you don't have access to a lot of images, or your company might not have a lot of stock photos, and somebody assignments in this class you want to find some different images. I'm going to show you just a little bit about Google images. It's a site that obviously Google has put together a lot of different things. If you haven't used Google images before, I just want to walk you through just a couple of things because for this class in particular, again, if you're trying to find some different images, this might be a good place for you to look. So I'm actually just going to type in the word "Computer" just to start. But you can type in really almost anything. As long as it's been saved somewhere out there on the web with that word in it, it's to look at all this different stuff is pulling up to like I can look for a table, a desk, even just a computer mouse. But I'm just going to type in "Computer." Obviously, somebody they got to make some money somewhere. So they're trying to push some products as well on the top part right up here, but I want to wish going to ignore that right now. I want you to look right below your search bar, and you've got all of these different features up here. One of them at the very end being tools. You do have to open it. So I'm just clicking on it to open up that option form of a dropdown menu. That's going to bring up a couple of other things that I want to walk us through. But again, for picking images because right now, it has just pulled up based on different algorithms and all that stuff. A lot of different images down here, and it's like, "Gosh, that's not really what I'm looking for." Like maybe I want connected hover over some of these and you'll notice right down here, that's telling me the pixels. This one is 810 by 456. But then over here we jumped to 3,000. So it's like what's the thought process here? It's, oh, there we go big again. When we make those small, there's a little bit smaller. So let's say I want maybe as big as I can get usually online. I've got the size option over here and right now, it's opted to any size. So if you want to look for some images at my best suggestion is to start with the medium. Because sometimes large will sort isolated, and they're not always large. So I'm going to click on medium, and that has brought it down, and I've got some here that are still met 800, but it will pull up some of the other ones as well, or I can go to large and that's going to pull up some really even bigger ones. Couple other things I want to show you over here is I can like let's say, I just want black and white images of computers. I can click on that, and that's just going to show me ones that for whatever reason and what other algorithms they're putting into Google obviously, these are black and white. Especially this one right here because this would be clip art, versus some of these are images, which brings me I'm going to skip over usage rights for just a minute and get to that one in just a minute. Because you can also isolate the type of image you want, right now anytime. The ones that are usually going to be probably your friends and things you're going to want to use are photo in clip art. So if I want to go to an isolate ones that are just photos for the most part there I've got black and white but they're not necessarily black and white. Let's say instead maybe I want to look at clip art. Clip arts just going to pull up little little graphics and things like that, that you might want to use. Occasionally they're four photos in there to just depends like that one. I think it's more of a photo. But you can scroll down and see okay which one do I want to use all that stuff. Now, I am going to talk about usage rights. Because this is where you'll get for some ethics may be end our course just a little bit. Where you've got to decide, how did you feel about using some of these images that other people. Because it's pulling it from websites. So like for instance, if I want to pull off of this as somebody Etsy that they have put. I can click right here, and it's literally going to take me to Etsy sites that I can probably buy this image if I wanted to from him, or I could just go ahead and borrow it, download it, and it does have some watermarks on it. But for some of these that don't have watermarks, I got to decide like right here. This is some cellular company that has put together showing the comparison from cell phone to, a tablet, to a computer screen. Images may be subject to copyright. I'm going to leave that up to you guys, as to how you feel about borrowing some of these. There are some sites like for instance, you can overhear say click the ones that are labeled for reuse, labeled for non commercial reuse with modification, labeled for noncommercial reuse. So obviously, some of the generic label for reuse that's going to narrow us down a little bit more. Somebody may have gone in there to just, it's a free site anything on their specially for sites. There's this one called the Wikimedia. Also with it's kind of tied to Wikipedia somewhat, and you could these are actually free. You can download some of these like right over here, and I will give you different options. This is small one. You can get different resolutions forum, if you'll notice right here. I can go all the way up as big as I want. That's one thing I want to remind you that, if you are using or if you're obviously in this case, I'm getting a pretty big image. You want to start with the biggest that she can. Because remember how we talked about all that. There's tons of little pixels here, even though they're just black and white. But I want to start with as many of those pixels as I can possibly get. So going back over here to this Wikimedia, I want to go as big as I can, because then I can go down to small. But if I start with one of these smaller ones to go bigger, it's just not going to work. So you want to go as big as you can, whether you are getting some of these images through Google search, or if you're getting them Wikimedia is a great one to find some free. There's a lot of other sites out there too. I just tend to Wikimedia is when I go to quite often. But I'm going to want to pick if they give the biggest one there given me. This more bang for my buck. I'm obvious not paying for this because it's free. But it's just going to give me more pixels to manipulate if need be whether it be in Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign. So those are just a couple of things. Again, those are all once you've gotten into, and you can do some of this stuff through Google too just by itself, and you can go to, so I want to make sure tools is showing. Because it's not going to be showing, it does not default to it nor does it default to any of these different options that you want to pick, went to black and white, I could go full color. I could even pick I want to computer that's red. See there's some red computers. There you go. So if you had a design piece where you wanted to pick a specific color, it's got lots of different colors here. Then also to remember that labeled for reuse, however you feel about I do tend to go for labeled for reuse just to have a good faith effort of at least going out there for ones that people have said sure. Have add it with my images. Because some people may not be aware of how much of this is going on. So it's just a nice little user-friendly thing. So again, that's Google images. If you need access to any images, I find this to be a really, for this class in particular, a great way to find some different images to use for your projects.