With no copyright restrictions, the beautiful photos are free for personal and commercial use.
If you need social media images of the moving variety, their sister site Life of Vids offers royalty-free videos, clips, and loops for you to use to your heart’s content.
Users can click through the different categories of over 600 free high resolution photos, or download a pack that includes all images as well as three Photoshop mockups (in exchange for a donation of $10 or more.) Unsplash offers 10 new photos every 10 days via an email subscription and on their website.
All photos are licensed under Creative Commons Zero, “which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.” You can navigate the site by viewing the photos in their larger versions, but when browsing I usually find it easier to switch to the grid format.
These images are searchable by category, position, and color.
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We all know that photos are one of the most important components for boosting engagement, but unless you’re willing to pay for it, finding a great one can be seriously time-consuming.
That’s why we put together this handy collection of free stock photo websites. Every image site in the list below falls under Creative Commons—so you don’t need to worry about getting sued.As long as you stay on the “Free Stock Photos” rather than the “Premium Stock Photos” tab, you have access to a huge library of photos to use on social media.This site adds new free CC0 stock photos every week.This is a great resource for free social media images that can be used as backgrounds for text-based graphics.Stockvault hosts over 35,000 royalty-free images, graphics, and designs from photographers, designers, and students around the world.And each comes with a helpful color palette so you can plan your visuals accordingly.