Outstanding, editorial style pics are everywhere on Unsplash. Photographers / Content Creators upload their work in hopes of catching someone’s eye for future paid gigs. Small business with low- or no-budget brands can benefit from the cool and stylish shots Unsplash has to offer. What should you search for? Browse featured collections like “People,” “Travel” or “Technology” see what you get.
2. Adobe Stock Free Collection
Adobe made over 70,000 stock photos, videos, illustrations and templates available free for personal, business and creative use. Its aim, according to a blog post, is to “make the means to create accessible to all”.
Raw Pixel has a decent collection of images (either photos that have fallen out of copyright, or has been dedicated to the public domain). You might find just what you’re looking for here… though you do need to sign up with a free account to get it.
Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images, videos and music. All contents are released under the Pixabay License, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.
Are you a food blogger? Need some high res images to support your content, you definitively need to check out FoodiesFeed. FoodiesFeed exclusively offers (We think, the best) beautiful food photos.
Talented creators just like you share their best free stock photos on Pexels. You can even explore the most-viewed photos for a hint of what’s really resonating with audiences at any given moment. What should you search for? Browse featured collections like “People,” “Travel” or “Technology” see what you get.
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