Copyright · Digital creation · Images · Timesavers · Top tip

#590 Create professional science figures with BioRender

BioRender allows you to create professional science figures in minutes using thousands of pre-made icons and templates from more than 30 fields of life sciences. You can sign up for free and you don’t need to do download any software. BioRender is free for educational use with some caveats. Here is a quick intro to… Continue reading #590 Create professional science figures with BioRender

Copyright · Digital creation · Images · Timesavers · Top tip

#589 Free medical images with SMART

Servier Medical Art (SMART) has over 3000 free medical images that you can use to illustrate your publications and Powerpoint presentations. You can search using key terms or browse the different categories such as ‘Anatomy and The Human Body’, ‘Cellular Biology’ and ‘Medical Specialities’. You can download 1 image or the entire set as a… Continue reading #589 Free medical images with SMART

#1minuteCPD · Creative Commons · Digital communication · Digital creation · Images

#554 Free Photoshop editing with Photopea

Need Photoshop style editing but don’t have Creative Cloud. Plus you don’t have install rights on your PC or Mac. Photopea is an online picture editor with many of the photoshop functions and you can edit right in browser no need to make an account, download anything or sign up to anything. https://www.photopea.com/ Featured Photo… Continue reading #554 Free Photoshop editing with Photopea

Creative Commons · Digital creation · Images · Social Media · Social Media · Timesavers · Top tip

#553 Free pictures with Pexels

If you love Unsplash, then you are going to love Pexels too. Pexels is another stock photo website that provides high quality images for free! So what can you do with the photos on Pexles? All photos on Pexels are free to use. Attribution is not required. Giving credit to the photographer or Pexels is… Continue reading #553 Free pictures with Pexels

Creative Commons · Images

#486 TinEye: Search for Creative Commons images by colour

TinEye is a great little tool if you are looking for images based on colour. This web based app has extracted colours from 20 million Creative Commons images on Flickr to make the images searchable by colour. You can select up to 5 colours and you can also add tags to refine your results. Here are… Continue reading #486 TinEye: Search for Creative Commons images by colour

#iOS · Android · Apple · Browsers · Creative Commons · Digital creation, innovation and scholarship (creative production) · Images · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · Mobile · Windows

#465 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Swaps, Autofills and Keys [3/3]

In this final instalment of three posts about GuruShots (catch the first one by clicking here and the second one here) we introduce you to Swaps, Autofills and keys. Swaps allows you to replace an existing picture (that might only receive a few votes) with another picture. Autofills work in the same way as voting, except… Continue reading #465 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Swaps, Autofills and Keys [3/3]