As designers, we learn how to appreciate every single freebie we get to lay our hands on. We spend hours looking for high quality photos, icons, fonts, wallpapers, so on and so forth. Many times we find what we’re looking for, other times, they find us. We hope that this blog post comes in handy for many of our readers out there. We have chosen three of the best websites that offer high-quality free pictures that you can download and use as you please.
Beef up your photo gallery with thousands of beautiful, high-quality photos covering a wide range of subjects and styles! The listed websites below, offer images that can be used for any of your projects, without limits. You don’t have to stress about small images that ruin your projects, nor about loosing your head trying to obtain copyrights. You can, thought, mention the talented photographer who took the picture you are using, giving them the credit they deserve. A token of respect for their work will be much appreciated.
Here, at Webdesignledger, we use these following websites to better our projects, and we truly believe that they are the best on the World Wide Web at providing us with high-quality free photos. Check them out and spread the word if you anybody you think could use them.
FreePhotos.cc is a free resource where you can find creative commons photos for your website or print projects. Search for any topic using the search box (e.g. “Dogs”, “Flowers”, etc.), browse results and download. FreePhotos.cc uses the APIs from a few stock photo providers and gathers images in one place for easy preview and download. We are not associated with these services in any way, other than to power search results.
We have hundreds of thousands free stock photos and every day new high resolution photos will be added. All photos are hand-picked from photos uploaded by our users or sourced from free image websites. We make sure all published pictures are high-quality and licensed under the Pexels license.
Find that photo you didn’t even know you needed. Unsplash has been used in everything from Apple keynotes to the default theme shipped with WordPress. You’ve probably already seen a photo from Unsplash, you just didn’t know it. See what’s possible with Unsplash.