There will be times when our background elements are not the ones you're looking for. Common scenario is that you'll head to Google and search for photos. However, the chances are they might not be of good quality or high resolution. No worries, we'll tell you how to search for good quality photos from the Internet!
01. Search for a topic
To find an image with the quality you are after, search for a topic on Google Images that you would like to be as a background.
For this example, we used: Grass.
02. Click on "Advanced search"
Click on the "Gear" icon on the right and then click on "Advanced search."
03. Set size parameters
Look for the "Image size" parameter and select on the dropdown menu "Larger than 1024x768".
Once done, click on the blue "Advanced search" button on the bottom of the page.
04. Browse photos
After you click on the blue button, Google will now filter and show only photos larger than 1024x768 pixels. Browser on the photos and then save them for uploading into the Fusion app for your yearbook use.
REMINDER: Not all photos you find in Google are free to use. Always check the copyright or ask permission from the owner of the photo if it's ok for your yearbook use.