When was the last time you ENTHUSIASTICALLY SHARED a website, blog, Facebook fan page or Pinterest board which looked about as eye-catching as Cinderella’s outfit BEFORE she met the fairy who dressed-her up for the ball?
That’s what I thought.
Because whether we think it’s politically correct or not, looks matter – especially online.
The fantastic news is:
You no longer need to tell your kids that Christmas has been cancelled because Santa was fed-up with living in the cold, moved to a Spanish island and took all presents with him…
… just so that YOU can binge-buy all the drool-worthy but pricey photos you need to PIMP your online presence and products.
There are numerous resources offering high-quality images which do NOT require you to rob the family piggy bank (and then blame the old guy with the red costume).
But before you
- STOP reading and
- START filling your gunnysack with countless visual pearls from said free online sources to create universally usable images , you need to know this:
You can download tons of photos for free. But you need to make sure you can use them for commercial purposes, too!
(Think eBooks, videos or whatever it is you’re selling that comes with images you don’t have a special license for).
And because I hate:
wasting my time on free photo sites with sneaky
- “but you still need to link to the photographer”
- “you cannot use the image to print on thin toilet paper”
- “we said it’s all free just to lure you here but, actually, it’s NOT”
terms and conditions, I’ve put together for you a list of:
Ready? Get naked. GO!
- Pixabay: “You can use any Pixabay image without attribution in digital and printed form, even for commercial applications.”
- Unsplash: “Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos.”
- Pexels: “All in all the photos are completely free to be used for any legal purpose .”
- Barn Images: “You can use, modify and distribute these photographs for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission.”
- Split Shire: “Free high quality stock photos with no copyright restrictions and real look for commercial and personal look.”
- KaboomPics: “You can use photos for client works, HTML/PSD templates (for sale), in articles, Power Point presentations, print on t-shirts. Also you can distribute my PSD files with photos included in design.”
- Realistic Shots : “Free stock photos (high resolution) for personal and commercial use.”
- PicJumbo : “Totally free photos for your commercial & personal works.”
- Resplashed: “You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.”
- StokPic: “Totally Free Photos For Personal And Commercial Use.”
- Stocksnap.io: “All photos are free from copyright restrictions – No attribution required.”
- “I hope you will find a better use of the photos for your personal or commercial projects. All of them are free of known copyright restrictions. They can be used any way you want (CC0).”
Good Stock Photos
“Free photos to use anywhere for anything.”
- Je Shoots: “Photos for business or personal use in high resolution for free.”
- HiResStock: “Can I use photos for commercial works (for client projects, company website/blog, and business flyer/brochure)? – Yes, you can.”
- FreeMageBank: “100% free stock photos for personal and commercial use”
- Negative Space: “All photos are released under CCO, no copyright restrictions.”
So, now that you’ve found all these Free Photo Resources With High Quality Images You Can Use For Anything – are you happy?
Click left to pass on the joy to your social media buddies & make ME one shiny reindeer, too.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE: knowing where to find great photos is great.
But do you know what’s even better?
Knowing how to download HUNDREDS of them at the click of a button so that you can SAVE HOURS to actually make money or watch Netflix.
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