Great stock photography can pose as a great marketing tool especially when it is of high quality.
You cannot have poor photography in your designs and expect your target audiences to turn up. I understand that most beginner entrepreneur doesn’t have enough money to spend on photography, but, many stock photography websites offer high-quality pictures for free. You can even use these photos for personal and commercial works.
Here in this post, I have listed forty stock photography websites that offer an extensive collection of images that you can use for free.
Free stock photography websites
- Free Refe
- IM FREE
- Jay Mantri
- Public Domain Archive
- Photo Pin
- Death to the Stock photos
- Little visuals
- Foodies Feed
- Life of pix
- Free nature stock
- Animal photos
- Dummy images
- Good free photos
- Free images
- Fancy Crave
- Focus Fitness
- Photos by people
- Startup stock photos
- Travel coffee book
- Designer Pics
- free photos frames
What you need to know before downloading any image
There is one thing you need to take note of before downloading images on any of these websites, and it is:
Image copyright: it is very essential that you double check the terms and conditions of any of the site you visit because what the site that is was offering free images may have changed its terms over time.
There are also some sites that allow users to upload photos without checking, so there might be some images on the sites that are not licensed by the creative common zero.
In order to use images as you like, they must have a CC0 (Creative Commons Zero) license. When the images have the CCO license, they are;
- The images are free for use personally and commercially.
- The images can be modified, distributed and copied.
- The images can be used without asking for permission or setting a link to the source.
No matter the kind of image you are looking for, the 40 sites I listed gives you unlimited images to choose from.
What’s more? The sites also provide high-quality and professional images for personal and commercial uses.
— InstanteStore (@instantestore) 30 de diciembre de 2016