Where to Find Free Images?
In the domain of digital marketing, visual content is heavily demanded. However, not everyone is a trained photographer or a sophisticated graphic designer. As a digital marketing professional, you have other better choices than Google Image for searching high quality visual content materials, aka free images. If you are in trouble with finding decent stock photos or images for your blogs and other digital contents, we got some free image sources we like to share with you.
Depositphoto is where people can find images they need for a price. Similar to many picture provider platforms, it offers plans for people interested in. If you don’t have the high image demand, you can simply subscribe its newsletter to collect its weekly free photos, vectors, and videos.
Picjumbo is quite the same as Depositphotos, but the one with better value, providing pictures only. Free download is available for non-member while some pictures are in its premium collection, for people who subscribe to its membership.
Unsplash is a special one comparing to other picture banks here. Its interface is clean and easy to browse like Pinterest. Users on Unsplash can build their collections by adding images on Unsplash to their own collections. It is similar to saving pins to Pinterest boards. On Unsplash, you can also be a giver by submitting your photos to the platform for other users to use.
Pixabay is another awesome platform for seeking high quality visual content materials. It has abundance collections like Depositphotos that users can find images, vectors, illustrations, and videos. The big difference between Pixabay and Depositphotos is people can download all the content on Pixabay for free for any purpose.
Pikwizard is another free stock images website that caught our attention. A varied collection of high quality photos and best of all, free!
These are just some of many online picture banks that we found useful and hopefully they might be helpful to you as well.