Picking right photos for your design that is not easy, as a Product Design at Tranmautritam, I have some experiences to share with you to collect the best sites what would help you to find the right photos for your next design. Today I am collecting and introducing to you the Top 7 Best Free Stock Photo Sites for UI Designers hand-picked by FreeUI.Design. Don’t expect the list would be long; it would be shorter than a lot of Best website list you always see on the internet, I would like to make it quick because, at the moment, we have a lot of free websites to download the free photo. However, we are drowning in a mess of its development. I will keep it short and provide you the only best free stock photo sites.
Table of Contents
- 1 Here you go! 7 Best Free Stock Photo Sites.
- 2 Unsplash
- 3 Pexels
- 4 Rawpixel
- 5 Death to stock photo
- 6 Pixabay
- 7 Picjumbo
- 8 Kaboompics
- 9 What is Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license?
Here you go! 7 Best Free Stock Photo Sites.
I would like to put Unsplash on the top because I love this site a lot. Unsplash is one of the most beautiful websites to download the best free photos. The photo is beautiful and entirely available for download. Unsplash includes over 300,000 free high-resolution photos brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers. Gifted by the world’s most generous population of photographers.
What can I use Unsplash for?
• With a massive library of photos and thousands more being added each day.
Find inspiration in the new photos Unsplash hand-selects every day or use the search to find and download exactly what you’re looking for.
• Find that photo you didn’t even know you needed.
It helps to be able to organize content. See some of the industry’s curated collections of free photos (Nasa, Trello, Apple, InVision). Or start collecting your own!
• Unsplash has 50,000+ of them.
The Unsplash community is super active. Follow your favs and never miss another photo.
• Unsplash’s photos on the world’s biggest stages.
Unsplash has been used in everything from Apple keynotes to the default theme shipped with WordPress. You’ve probably already seen a photo from Unsplash; you just didn’t know it.
Is Unsplash really free? Yes.
Unsplash started as a simple tool for creators. The concept was born from the pain we had in finding great, usable imagery. Today, Unsplash is a platform fueled by a community that has generously gifted hundreds of thousands of their own photos.
Hey Tam, are you on Unsplash? Yes! I am. You can follow me on Unsplash if you like.
Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. All photos are nicely tagged, searchable and also accessible to discover through our discover pages. Currently, Pexels cover over 40,000 free stock photos. And every month at least 3,000 new high-resolution images will be added. All photos are hand-picked from photos uploaded by our users or sourced from free image Pexelsbsites. Pexels made sure all published pictures are high-quality and licensed under CC0. Only Creative Commons images from our community of photographers and sources like Pixabay, Gratisography, Little Visuals and much more are added to our photo database. Pexels continuously try to deliver as many high-quality free stock photos as possible to the creatives who use Pexels.
I am a Pexels Hero. Take a look at my profile.
Rawpixel is smashing stereotypes to create design resources that reflect today’s society as it really is. To achieve this, Rawpixel obsessed with exploring new ways to express concepts with creativity and authenticity. The Rawpixel team of artists wants to connect with you to share ideas, collaborate, and inspire each other to do better.
Just put the email on the sign-up form, you will receive the download link via email.
Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under Creative Commons CC0, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.Download royalty free photos and videos and share your own pictures as the public domain with people all over the world. Learn more
Viktor Hanacek is the 22-year-old photographer, online entrepreneur and life enjoyer living in the Czech Republic. In 2013 he has created this stock photo site called picjumbo with free pictures that are today used by millions of bloggers, designers, and marketers all around the world.
Every month, over 80.000 people from 209 countries visit Kaboompics, a royalty-free service for stock images Kaboompics created. To this day the site has gathered over 6 million impressions, and the photos have been downloaded over 4 million times. Additional 2 million downloads have been generated by other websites whereKaboompics put my photos (like Pexels and Pixabay).
What is Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license?
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