We are a visually oriented species as a whole. We follow the shiny and we like pictures — the good ones speak a thousand words, after all. Couple that with the internet, and you’ll know that images are an important visual support and design element on websites. They can be the focus of an article. As accompaniment, they can help tell a story– and of course, pictures of products are an excellent way to showcase the goods.
The internet is basically a very fast way to communicate, and the better we get at telling our stories and sharing what we aim to be valuable content, the more we build value in our products and offerings.
Photographs are easy to come by for anyone with a smartphone and some free image editing software. But when you’re running your own business, how much time to you have to take photos, pick out okay ones, and pump them up a little before posting them within your article? Try: Not that much.
If you’re the kind to need different kinds of pictures for your blog, website, e-books, brochures, or even your mind-mapping board, here are seven free stock photo resources for you.
- 50 new high-quality photos are made available daily, and each month adds some 1,500 hi-res photos from trusted photographers and other sources like Gratisography and Unsplash.
- Has over 10,000 searchable photos already available online.
- All photos licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. This means the pictures are completely free to be used for any legal purpose, for personal or commercial use. You can modify, copy and distribute the photos, with no need for attribution or to link to the source. Each photo provides source links.
Pexels helps designers, bloggers and everyone looking for an image to find great photos that you can use anywhere for free. If you aspire to take and share your own pictures, you can upload them as well. Continue reading Top 7 Sites For Free High Resolution Images