49 Astonishing Websites to Get Free Stock Photos for Your Blog or Social Media
Stop Your Search For High-Quality Photos Now!
For me, one of the most time-consuming tasks while writing an article is finding a suitable free stock photo. As I started writing articles it was very difficult for me to find suitable photos and it took me very long to find a good resource.
Within my first articles, I just used images that I created on my own or “screenshotted” my source code to have some IT-related header images.
Unfortunately, today every reader is used to seeing high-quality stock photos, and not having one in my article downgrades it before people start reading it.
The reason for that is:
The first impression counts.
And the first impression a possible reader gets from my article is the title and the image.
So that's why I searched for several hours over the last months to have multiple websites that provide these high-quality stock photos that I can use in my blog articles.
I saved every website that I found and now I have 49 astonishing websites that I want to share with every fellow writer.
2. New Old Stock
4. Free Nature Stock
9. Chamber Of Commerce
10. FOCA Stock
11. ISO Republic
21. Litte Visuals
22. BucketListy Blog
25. Startup Stock Photos
26. Negative Space
28. Life of Pix
29. Realistic Shots
30. jay mantri
40. Icons8 Photos
42. Freerange Stock
44. Travel coffee book
48. Wikimedia Commons
Thanks for reading this article!
That’s the end of my astonishing list containing multiple different websites for free stock photos.
I hope you find at least one helpful website that fits your needs and you can use it for your next article.
If you do not find a suitable image you can have a look at another article from me about illustrations for your article.
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