We, bloggers, have probably all been there at least one time: having written a complete article, but NO PHOTOS. And that’s when Free Stock Photo websites come in hand. I’m not a huge supporter of using pictures of others, but stock photos can be pretty good in certain situations. They won’t get you into trouble (oh, the copyright glory) ánd you’ll be able to post your articles in time. SO, today I’m sharing 5 of my all-time favourite stock photo websites!
At Unsplash you’ll find the most gorgeous pictures. All photo’s published on this website are free to copy, modify and distribute. Another good thing is that this website adds 10 new photo’s every 10 days, which makes sure there is always something for you to use!
Picjumbo is amazing for food photography and other véry high resolution photo’s. The site is véry easy to navigate and you’ll easily find the pictures that you need. What makes it even better? All pictures are free!
3. Life of Pix
Life of Pix offers you free high-resolution photo’s, which you can use without any copyright restrictions. The good thing about this website is that new photo’s are added on a weekly basis! You’ll find the most creative pictures here by just scrolling and typing words in the search bar! And downloading? That’s done in just one click. LOVE IT!
Stocksnap adds hundreds (yes, hundreds) of high-resolution images every week. You’ll find anything you need on this website. It can be a little bit tricky since there are sooo many pictures, but it’s definitely worth the search! I can promise you that a lót of scrolling will be happening when you visit this page..
You’ll find EVERYTHING on Pixabay, including the cute kitten above. You can easily search for images and download them. You will find the most professional pictures, which is great if you’re setting up a website for a company! Downloading the original size of an image will cost you a little bit of money, but the large sizes are 100% free!
& those are my 5 favourite free stock photo websites! There are so much more websites with free pictures out there, that it can be a little hard to pick out the good ones. But I’m sure you’ll find what you need on one of the websites above!
What are your favourite stock photo websites and do you ever use them?
I would love to know!