If you are someone that has a website, then you know that visual content has become increasingly popular. The easiest way to boost your visual content game is by using free stock images. However, finding free stock images can be a pain, so in this article we share with you 5 sources that will provide them for you.
- cc is a website where you can find creative images for your website. Using the search box, type in what you are looking for, browse the results and download your photos.
- Gratisography is a site run by Ryan McGuire where he uploads new stock free images every week and these images can be used for personal, as well as commercial projects. Every photo on this website includes a high-resolution version.
- Jay Mantry posts seven new free stock images to his site every week and they are free for any sort of use.
- photos is a site full of free stock images that are made by professionals and they can also be used for both personal and commercial projects.
- Magdeline is a website on which you can find a great selection of hand-picked free stock images which are grouped in a way that makes them very easy to find. You can go to the search bar and search by subject, color, mood and so on. This is a great way to make the search easier, especially if you have no idea what you need or where to start.
- Foodie’s Feed is a great site for finding free stock images if you are someone that has devoted their website to food. Here, you can find everything from beautiful deserts, to simple garden veggies. The website has images of almost any edible item you can imagine and they upload at least 5 high- resolution images a week, and sometimes they also include collections of multiple images from a single take, which can be very useful.
Even though there are a lot of websites that claim to have free stock images, it is always important to do all the research you can so you do not find yourself in a position where a site has scammed you. Always read the disclaimers and make sure to credit the photographers of the images you decide to use if they require you to do so. Of course, giving credit to the artist is always a good idea, as it also helps them out!
— Port Records (@PortRecords) 19 de julio de 2017