Getty Images has just unveiled an embed feature for 40 million of their photos, making them available for non-commercial use.
40 MILLION! That’s a lot of images.
However, that’s less than a third of the photos on their site, so after searching with a keyword, you have to look for photos that have the embed symbol (circled) on the bottom right, as in the screenshot below:
I don’t see how you can resize the images (though perhaps someone can tell me how that is possible) but, if so, you can’t have everything 🙂
The image at the top of this post is an example of how a Getty Image looks when it’s embedded.
Of course, I’m adding this info to The Best Online Sources For Images.
Thanks to Yoni Appelbaum for the original tip.
NOTE: Getty embedded images do show-up in an RSS feed. However, they apparently are not “Pinnable” on Pinterest.