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StockSnap

Beautiful, free stock photos

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Pexels 2.0

The best free stock photos in one place

Pexels is a search engine for free stock photos you can use today. This should be your go-to destination when searching for a photo for your next project, or anything.

Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
This is pretty handy. Pulls in free images from a variety of sources.
Renee Sandefur- gethunted.io
This and Pixabay are my go to. Big inventory, free, high ress.
Yigit Pinarbasi- Designer & Design Lead @epcsht
You can find awesome hi-res photos for your background here. ✌🏼
Entrepreneur
Finding a high quality stock photo for free used to be quite the chore -- there were very few options available, and the inventory that was available was marginal quality at best. Oh, how the times have changed. Now, there are so many free stock image websites that it can be overwhelming, to a degree.
WebAppers
Pexels started a year ago and has since evolved to a huge database with a lot of amazing free stock photos. To grow Pexels even further they had recently rewrote the whole application and released Pexels 3.0. You can like photos to save them for later and to motivate the photographer.
23 Alternatives to Pexels 2.0

Unsplash 5.0

Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos.

Ben Belasyse-Smith- Business Intelligence Analyst, Bloomberg
Amazing high-quality royalty free images.
Vinh Pham- 🤤
Unsplash is my first choice for wallpapers when I want environment based scenery on my desktop.
Jannik Siebert- Software Architect @mohemian
Unsplash is clearly the winner here! There's a bunch of collections marked 'wallpaper' 🚀
Digital Trends
Two weeks after incorporating, stock photography platform Unsplash has pushed out its latest update, with a focus on speed and social interactions. If you're not familiar with Unsplash, it's a stock photography platform that relies on photographers uploading photographs using the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.
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Unsplash 4.0

Free (do whatever you want) high-res photos

Igor Akulov- Founder of Picax
It's between this and Hardbound. Unsplash gave me so much value in and aesthetic pleasure from even simple browsing. Hardbound scratches my itch for immersive and unique storytelling (I'm a sucker for this kind of thing).
Trevor Sookraj- Growth at Clearbit
Can download them in high-res as well, very useful!
Matija Abicic- Head of Product Strategy at Sysrepublic
When pictures speak louder than words
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Stomp 4.0

Turn 100 words into a cinematic intro

Have you ever been fascinated by the “Apple – iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in 107 seconds” or “Introducing Pixel, Phone by Google” advert? Our product is similar.

It is a typographic intro HTML template for your product landing page, coming soon page.

Note: You cannot export it as a video.

Onepagelove
'Stomp' is a unique One Page HTML template with a vibrant, typographic intro animation. You simply enter up to 100 words and the generator creates your announcement that preload...
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Pexels 3.0

Best free stock photos in one place

Pexels is a search engine for free stock photos you can use today. This should be your go-to destination when searching for a photo for your next project, or anything.

Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
This is pretty handy. Pulls in free images from a variety of sources.
Renee Sandefur- gethunted.io
This and Pixabay are my go to. Big inventory, free, high ress.
Yigit Pinarbasi- Designer & Design Lead @epcsht
You can find awesome hi-res photos for your background here. ✌🏼
Entrepreneur
Finding a high quality stock photo for free used to be quite the chore -- there were very few options available, and the inventory that was available was marginal quality at best. Oh, how the times have changed. Now, there are so many free stock image websites that it can be overwhelming, to a degree.
WebAppers
Pexels started a year ago and has since evolved to a huge database with a lot of amazing free stock photos. To grow Pexels even further they had recently rewrote the whole application and released Pexels 3.0. You can like photos to save them for later and to motivate the photographer.
15 Alternatives to Pexels 3.0

All The Free Stock

All the free stock images, videos and icons in one location

Sabra Rubinstein- Marketing Manager at Avantpage
A curated list of free stock photos, videos, and website templates! They've got 5 different websites listed for downloading website themes! Hope that helps :)
Raymond Aditya Pradhana- Designer & Engineer
Curated list of websites containing free resources. Stock photos, videos, audios, icons, mockups, etc.
Saijo George- Digital Marketer
It's a list of free stock site that is constantly updated
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Pixabay

Royalty-free high-quality images for commercial use

V2S2C- Engineer,Developer,Traveller
It is awesome as it provides Photos,Vector graphics,Illustrations,Videos all for free.
Niesha Kennedy-Robinson- Publicist
Has just what I am looking for, easy to navigate and no signup necessary
Viszt Péter
I like Pexels too, because i think they have better images, but Pixabay has a larger collection.
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The Stocks

the best royalty free stock photos in one place

Amaël Sikel- Social Media & SEO Manager at Genymobile
15+ stock image resources in one single place. It also has a section for icons, another one for videos, and others for videos, mockups and fonts. Priceless
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Similarly, photos + icons, fonts, mockups, videos. Community-led.
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Unsplash

10 Public Domain Photos Every 10 Days

Igor Akulov- Founder of Picax
It's between this and Hardbound. Unsplash gave me so much value in and aesthetic pleasure from even simple browsing. Hardbound scratches my itch for immersive and unique storytelling (I'm a sucker for this kind of thing).
Trevor Sookraj- Growth at Clearbit
Can download them in high-res as well, very useful!
Matija Abicic- Head of Product Strategy at Sysrepublic
When pictures speak louder than words
1 Alternatives to Unsplash

LibreStock

Search through thousands of high quality stock photos

#Eduk8me
Librestock is a multisite search engine that scans and indexes the stock photos from 40+ different websites. We provide you with the biggest searchable database of high-quality free stock photos on the internet Source: Free Stock Photos · Search 40+ sites with LibreStock LibreStock searches photo sites where the pictures are ...
Web Design Ledger
There's been a steady rise of incredible web applications related to free CC0 images. These include Pexels, Little Visuals, Magdeleine, among many others. But the problem is finding time to search through all of these for exactly the right photo. Well a new automated search site LibreStock makes this easy and fun.
The Social Launch
Using visuals make your social media posts much more interesting and helps them stand out in a very busy online world. In fact, articles with images get 94% more views than those without. Creating amazing graphics is made easier with some amazing free stock photo image sites.
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Death to Stock Photo

Free monthly photo packs for creatives

Jarratt Isted- Cofounder, HelpDocs
Awesome themed stock photos emailed every month.
Marek Pasieczny- Marketing Analyst @Futuramo
What's important - probably you wouldn't find those pics anywhere except Death to Stock Photo. I really love their monthly newsletter with free, unique pictures.
Cult of Mac
David Sherry and Allie Lehman are not out to kill anything. But when they named their growing photo agency Death to Stock, they were sending out a pretty strong signal. Not with malice toward this segment of the photo industry, but a tongue-in-cheek invitation to any person who has ever had to create something using expensive, mediocre photography from a sto… See more
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What is the best website for download free images?

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Unsplash 5.0 - Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos.
"I love Unsplash too. Great for landscapes and business-related images for blogs."
Pixabay - Royalty-free high-quality images for commercial use
"Try Pixabay - they have a lot of selection. It's one of the most popular sites to get open source photos."
Stock Up 2.0 - The best free stock photos in one place
"There are tons of free stock photos websites. I would use a search engine as Stock up, to do searches on all of them."
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