Photography Websites You Need To See (Resources 2/3)

Photography Websites You Need To See (Resources 2/6) 

There’s a growing movement in photography where talented photographers are giving their photos away 100% FREE, for whatever you want, no strings attached!
I’ve compiled a list of ten web resources offering high-quality stock photography for personal and commercial projects.
  • Unplash - What would you build with access to the most powerful photo engine in the world? If you know then sign up and download ten high-resolution images every ten days with Unplash – ALL FREE. Follow on Twitter @unsplash
  • Startup Stock Photos – Free photos for start-ups, bloggers, publishers, websites, designers, developers, creators & everyone else. Note also offers a premium service. Follow on Twitter @startupphotos
  • Pic Jumbo – A free photo site created by designer & photographer Viktor Hanacek. It all started when several stock photo sites rejected his photos due to ‘lack of quality’. Two years later, pic jumbo has had almost three million images downloads. Follow on Twitter @picjumbo
  • Negative Space – Free high-resolution stock photos added every week. Images have no copyright restrictions. Subscribe to their Newsletter and receive pictures to your inbox.
  • Death to the Stock Photo – The company offers high-quality free photos by email every month + a % of their premium membership pours right back into their community, funding photography trips, and creative projects around the world. Follow on Twitter @deathtostock
  • Gratisography – Free high-resolution images you can use for your personal and commercial projects. Excellent photos added weekly! All pictures photographed by Ryan McGuire and free of copyright restrictions.
  • Life of Pix – Free High-Resolution photos, no copyright restrictions, images for personal and commercial use, new photographers added weekly! Pictures donated to the public domain. Follow on Twitter @life_of_pix
  • Splitshire – Free, high-quality photos for personal and business use without limitations (no copyright restrictions). Follow on Twitter @splitshire.
  • The Stocks – The best royalty free stock photos in one place.  Sign up to get seven hi-res images zipped to your inbox every seven days. Use them any way you want.
  • Canva – Graphic design made simple and easy for everyone, by bringing together a drag-and-drop design tool with a library of more than 1 million stock photographs (note not all are free), graphic elements and fonts. Follow on Twitter @Canva
That’s a good list that should help you choose smart, creative and attractive images for your business branding, marketing and social media projects.