Have you ever tried searching for free stock photography online? It’s frustrating! You go to a site that claims they offer ‘Free Photos’ and you either get a list of low-quality photos that do not match your brand, have a watermark on them, or are small and low-resolution.
Luckily, there are a few places to access high-resolution, professional stock photography at no cost, all while avoiding the hassle. Best of all, it’s free! In this post, we have carefully curated a list of websites for those professional pet business owners looking to access high quality, free stock photography that will make their business stand out online and in-print. These sites have the best selection and quality of free pet photography online. Furthermore, using these photos with an application like Canva or Open can make any rookie look like a design pro! Gain easy access to the perfect dimensions for your website, and social media profiles and posts.
5 of the Best Websites to Download Free Stock Photography
Pexels photos are carefully curated from the best sources on the internet and licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.
Photos are 100% free for personal and commercial use without required attribution. Photos can be modified, copied and distributed. All in all, Pexels will help make your next project a breeze.
Pixabay is a repository for thousands of high-resolution photos that are available for download, free of charge. In fact, they have over 94,000 animal photos, vectors, and illustrations that can help you make your online marketing the best in town!
They have an advanced search bar that allows you to be very specific in your search for that perfect image. All in all, you can search by media type, orientation, category, dimension size, and color.
Unsplash uploads 10 free photos every 10 days to their website. Images are high-resolution and royalty-free. Furthermore, they are submitted by aspiring and established photographers. All Unsplash free stock photography is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero.
StockSnap.io claims on their website that they are not your typical crappy stock photo site. They also claim that they select nothing but high quality, highest resolution pictures and add them to their database daily.
Furthermore, their long-term vision is to create an amazing community of photographers that want to share their work with the world.
Picjumbo has thousands of free photographs available in their free version. In addition, you can get content delivered straight to your inbox by purchasing a premium membership. How convenient is that!?
Did we miss any of your favorite resources? Where do you get your photography from? Let us know in the comments section below.
Erika Godwin is the President of Barketing Solutions and the Co-Founder and CMO of ProPet Software, an industry-leading kennel management software. Erika has over 8 years of experience with WordPress and graduated from Elmira College in 2009 with a BS, Business Administration- Marketing and Management.