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Using stock photos on book covers has recently been discussed in this forum:
https://www.kboards.com/index.php/topic,328295.0.html

Microstock agencies sell photos and images for commercial use for a reasonable price.

Normally the images are edited to combine them with other images and to come up with a final creation such as a book cover.

Shutterstock is one of the leading microstock agencies today.

Currently they are offering 10 free images (with their respective standard licenses for commercial use).

You can take advantage of this by going to their site and clicking on the offer. Look on the page where it says "10 free images" and dick where it says "start my free trial today"

Create a user, enter your data (including your credit card number), download your ten images, then enter preferences and deactivate the subscription. This last step is important, because if you don't do it in 30 days, your credit card will be charged the cost of the following month. Remember to cancel after downloading the images.

You can read the offer's FAQ here:
https://www.shutterstock.com/discover/10-free-stock-images#FAQ
 

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I stopped using Shutterstock when they changed their plan, only offering larger images and charging more. I think I've still got access to the original plan but, I will have a look. Thanks.
 
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