However, not for commercial use!
American stock photo agency Getty Images has launched an Embed tool, which lets people to use over 35 million of its images for free.
The agency said the new embed feature makes it easy, legal and free for anybody to share its images on websites, blogs and social media platforms.
The agency said the images may not be used for any commercial purpose for example, in advertising, promotions or merchandising, or to suggest endorsement or sponsorship.
Use in a defamatory, pornographic or otherwise unlawful manner or outside of the context of the Embedded viewer is also not allowed.
Getty Images senior vice president of business development, product and content Craig Peters told CNET Australia, "What we’re trying to do is take a behavior that already exists and enable it legally, then try to get some benefits back to the photographer primarily through attribution and linkage."
"Over time there are other monetisation options we can look at," Peters said.
"That could be data options, advertising options. If you look at what YouTube has done with their embed capabilities, they are serving ads in conjunction with those videos that are served around the Internet."