10 Amazing Sites with High-Quality Free Stock Photos

Finding high quality free stock photos, it’s always been tricky. If you are working as a Web designer or Social Media marketer or blogger then you always need high resolutions and high quality photos those photos make your website, blog and Social media accounts look better. If you are a photographer then also you needs these kind of websites, using free stock photos you can also get ideas of new angles of photography. You can found free images by searching in Google Images, but they are not listed properly.

Then what to do? Don’t worry there are still good people alive who believe in open source. Actually there are lots of people on the web, who made our life so easy by creating stock photos websites and they all are totally free. Most of the sites having n numbers of images; but sometimes we only need high-quality images.

In this post, I’ve curated a list of awesome sites that have big stock images you can use for free. You may have seen some of them already on other stock photos lists. But you will still find this list useful.

What about License?

Most of the photos are free from copyright restrictions or licensed under creative commons public domain dedication. So that you can change their size, edit them, use for commercial purposes all without asking permission of photographers. Sounds great, isn’t it?

Still we suggest you take some time and find out how to use it.

Let’s get started:

1. Photopin

This one is my favorite. Just enter your term it will give you beautiful stock images with different sizes. Choose which one suitable for your industry. Almost all images are from Flickr. If you want to give credit to Photographer then you can give it easily.

2. Pixabay:

This one is Famous. You can found free high-quality images which you can use anywhere. They have Over 410,000 free photos, vectors and art illustrations. All images are mentioned with proper license.

3. Unsplash:

On their Homepage, they mentioned that ‘Do whatever you want with high-resolution images’. They publish 10 new photos in every 10 days. It’s a project by Crewlabs. You can easily subscribe for them and Get 10 free, hi-res photos delivered to your inbox every 10 days. If you want to contribute to a community then you can also submit your photos.

4. Lock and stock photos:

This website is created by AJ Montpetit, who strongly believes in the open source community model.He almost publishes 1 photo per day. He is releasing photos under Creative Commons License ShareAlike 4.0.

5. Pexels:

It’s a great source of free stock photos in one place. It has great search functionality with popular searches on the top. They upload daily 10 new High-quality photos.

6. Startup stock photos:

If you are in startup industry then this site is for you. It provides high-quality startup business photos which you can use them creatively for your business marketing strategy.

7. Travel Coffee Book:

Looking for beautiful & high-quality travel photos? Then this one is for you. All photos listed under cc0 that means all photos available for copy and editing. There is one great option available DOWNLOAD ALL. Go ahead download all images published till now.

8. Foodies Feed:

If you are a foodie then you love this site. This site is having free food pictures in high resolutions. Download delicious & spicy food photos now.

9.Barn Images:

Another well-categorized website having a great collection of free high-resolution stock photography. A website containing beautiful photos in almost all popular categories like Animals, Food, People, Nature, etc.

10. The New Old Stock Photos:

In this site, you will get a collection of all vintage photos from Public archives.

Bottom line:

There are lots of websites available now which are very helpful to Web designers, creative people, and blogger. Use these sites save your time on searching high-quality images which automatically leads to your productivity improvement.

If you know more sites then feel free to mention them in comments.

Originally published at blog.laterbox.co.

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