As you can see, there is a growing number of fantastic resources for stock photography. These websites have become a blessing for business owners, marketers and bloggers. No need to rely on cheesy stock photos anymore! 1. Pexels is a free stock photo and video website and app that helps designers, bloggers, and everyone who is looking for visu...
is a free stock photo and video website and app that helps designers, bloggers, and everyone who is looking for visuals to find great photos and videos that can be downloaded and used for free. If you see a photo or video you like, simply download it for free (no strings attached!).
is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. 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.
Whats more, visitors enjoy Pixabay's friendly atmosphere where photographers, both professionals and amateurs, can share their work with the rest of the world. Pixabay help contributors to get feedback on their images and videos, and allow them to get well-deserved recognition from the Pixabay community and beyond.
claims over 207,000 contributing photographers and generates more than 17 billion photo impressions per month on their growing library of over 2 million photos. Unsplash has been cited as one of the world's leading photography websites by Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, CNET, Medium and The Next Web.
offers Images, Vectors, Mockups, Illustrations and PSD from creators and designers who know exactly what you want. They're on a mission to smash stereotypes to create design resources that reflect today's society as it really is while giving back to society.
The creators at Raw Pixel decided to photograph people from every nation to further promote their value of diversity and unity. With every share, they donate $1 to Hope for Children.
has something else going on. They pride themselves on being the "world's quirkiest collection of high-resolution free stock images." They can't compare with Unsplash in terms of quantity, but that's not their aim. They excel at offering free photos that are unique and less "stocky" than what you see elsewhere. Only the most "interesting" submissions get curated on this site.