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Use Pexels API v1 with Python

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Using Pexels API v1 with Python

Use pexels_api to search photos from Pexels.

Dependencies:

Installation:

pip install pexels-api

Usage:

The following code shows you how to import the package and make a simple query to Pexels API v1. See more examples or the documentation.

# Import API class from pexels_api package
from pexels_api import API
# Type your Pexels API
PEXELS_API_KEY = 'YOUR-PEXELS-API-KEY'
# Create API object
api = API(PEXELS_API_KEY)
# Search five 'kitten' photos
api.search('kitten', page=1, results_per_page=5)
# Get photo entries
photos = api.get_entries()
# Loop the five photos
for photo in photos:
  # Print photographer
  print('Photographer: ', photo.photographer)
  # Print url
  print('Photo url: ', photo.url)
  # Print original size url
  print('Photo original size: ', photo.original)

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