Without any doubt, the images are one of the most important elements of a website/blog. If you check the blogs of the best bloggers, you will notice that all of them use high-quality images to get the attention of the visitors. They also use these images to highlight their unique message. Truth be told, high-quality images can cost you a lot. But, if you want to save money and achieve the same goal (using images to get attention), you can always look for royalty free images. There are a few excellent sources for images like this.
Photo Pin was created for bloggers looking for different kinds of photos that they can use in their articles and blog posts. Photo Pin relies on the Flickr API to look for photographs with creative commons licenses. Keep in mind that the vast majority of these photos will ask you for attribution. This is a fair demand.
Now here’s a website with a cool name. But, it’s not just the name that makes Stock.xchng special. This website has a huge collection of high-quality photos that come in different categories. Looking for a photo on this website is very easy. Users basically have two options – to look for images by category or to rely on the search box. You will be surprised by the number of photos that you have already seen on other websites. Of course, you can also find some unique photos too.
This might not be the website with the largest collection of royalty free images, but it certainly has some beautiful, unique photos. Most of the images are Creative Commons Zero licensed images which means that you can use them for both commercial and personal purposes. Every image belongs to a specific category and comes with suitable tags. In this way, finding the right image is easier than ever.
This is a website that has dozens of royalty free images, photos, and even some clipart too. Their search option is sophisticated and it won’t take much time before you find the right photo for your blog/website.
Unsplash is a well-established website used by thousands of bloggers and website owners. It contains high-resolution Creative Commons Zero Licensed, royalty free and public domain images. In addition, the collection of free photos they have is expanded with ten new photos every ten days.
— Eugene Gray (@BaszMM) 26 de diciembre de 2017