10 Amazing Websites to Download Free Stock Images

All those involved in digital marketing know that a post without high-quality visual content will not become truly viral.
Attractive, aesthetically pleasing images attract readers, enticing them to become familiar with publications and keep them interested. Therefore, it can be said without a doubt that visual content has long been an integral part of effective posting; however, when searching for images, marketers are faced with a confusing copyright policy. Despite this convoluted copyright policy, finding high-quality photos on the Internet, without violating copyright, is easy enough, you just need to know where to look.
So we decided to make a list of websites from which anyone can download free stock images.
Let’s get started with these 10 large repositories of free photos that you can use in your projects.

1. Pixabay
Pixabay is a community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All content is released under the Pixabay License, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist; even for commercial purposes.

2. Pexels
All photos on Pexels are free to use; attribution is not required. You can use original or modified photos on your website, blog or app, for flyers, postcards, invitations, magazines, albums, books and more.

3. Unsplash
They have a huge database of beautiful, free images and photos that can be downloaded and used for any online project or anywhere you need.

4. Free Stock Photos
FreeStockPhotos.cc is a database of free stock photos that are under Royalty-Free Image or Editorial Image licenses. You can use photos for your business, blog or personal purposes.

5. Flickr
This is an amazing resource where you can find high-quality photos under a Creative Commons License. There is also a special compartment- The British Library, where you can find millions of vintage photos, download them for free, and use for your needs.

6. Wikimedia Commons
This resource presents more than 21 million photos with a free license or in public access. The resource allows you to search images by category or keywords.

7. Picjumbo
Picjumbo is a free stock photo site created in 2013 by designer & photographer Viktor Hanacek. At the moment, it’s one of the best sites with free stock photos featured in the biggest online publications. All photos are free to use, but some photos do not have a model or property release, some photos may also contain copyrighted brands, logos, objects or personal property.

8. Free Images
On site, you can download free, high quality stock images, for every day or commercial use; no purchase required. This is one of the largest repositories of free photos and graphics, but you need to register to download pictures.

9. Morgue File
Morguefile is a free photo archive “for creatives, by creatives.” Founded by Michael Connors in the early Internet days of 1996, the site was created to serve as a free image exchange for creative professionals and teachers to use in their work. All photos found in the Morguefile archive are free for you to download and re-use for work or commercial.

10. Free Nature Stock
Free Nature Stock was created by Adrian Pelletier. All photos published on Free Nature Stock are licensed under Creative Commons Zero. You are free to use the photos however you want, even in commercial work without the need for permission or attribution. In short: do whatever you want.