For a while now, passionate photographers in our team have been collecting their pictures for open release. Each photo is unique and comes from our travels and findings so you won’t find it elsewhere on the web.

MyStock is our contribution to open source.

- +490 stock photos licensed under CC0 rights

- For personal and commercial use

- GPL-licence compatible

- No attribution required

- Open to modify, copy and distribute

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Ionut Neagu
Ionut NeaguHunter@hackinglife7 · CEO at Themeisle.com
If you guys are wondering how is this better/different than Pexels for example, due to the nature of the license and the freedoms it isn't, however such projects is why Pexels is possible in the first place. They base their site on photos from sites like mystock.photos or other independent efforts :)
Kevin Mullett
Kevin Mullett@kmullett · Dir. of Visibility & SM, MarketSnare
Fair warning folks, as with all CC0 sites you should be extremely careful about what you use and how you use it. This site includes pictures of identifiable logos and buildings which are copyrighted. For example, the Flatiron and Chrysler buildings in NYC, which may be in skyline shots but not used as a primary focus. *Note: I am not a lawyer, nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night...but I've researched and followed this drama for years, so, yeah. Be careful.