You can’t expect to promote high-quality content on your website if it doesn’t include images. Taking photos on your own or creating images without professional help is not easy. Buying images from professional artists can be expensive. But, there is one option that many people use that won’t affect your budget and still provide high-quality images – specialized websites. Namely, there are a few excellent places where you can find free images for websites and we will share some of them in this blog post.
Pexels is a user-friendly platform where every user can upload his own images. After that, the website chooses the ones with the best quality and shares them with the world. It is possible for users to look for free images by themes and by keyword. This is a place with an incredibly large collection of images. Pexels is also one of the oldest sites of this kind.
Let’s be clear – the basic goal of Flickr is not to share public domain images. They were created as a website where people can buy premium images. However, they also have a large library that includes thousands of high-quality free images available in different resolutions. This site has an excellent search engine that allows you to pick images with different licenses.
There’s no need for an introduction when a website is called FreeImages, right? At FreeImages, people can find thousands of high-quality photos for free. Every user can browse images by themes, categories, tags and more. This website also has a section dedicated to premium images, but we are sure that you will find at least a few great free images.
PicJumbo may not be as large as some other websites on this list, but it has only high-quality photos. All of these original photos were taken by Viktor Hanacek, a popular photographer and the owner of this website. The good news is that you can find photos that belong to many different categories.
We have saved the largest website for free images that you can use on your website for the end. Pixabay has tens of thousands of free images. You don’t have to check the licenses of these images because all of them have the Creative Commons Zero license (free to use for commercial and personal purposes). In addition to images, you will also find free illustrations, graphics, and videos on Pixabay.
— Free Images (@pubdomainimages) 5 de octubre de 2017