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FREE Images That Actually Look Good

Are you struggling to find royalty free images that actually look good and don’t cost a fortune? We know the struggle is real, so we’ve compiled a list of the top five sites with eye-catching images.

  1. Unsplash

Unsplash is undoubtedly my favourite site for marketing images as it has over 1 million photos and more added every day. Unsplash have their own license so the images are all free for you to use however you like (unless you plan on setting up a competing website)!


  1. Pixabay

Pixabay is my second go to if what I’m looking for isn’t purely photographic and can’t be found on Unsplash. It has a huge selection of photographs but also has more graphical type images and some vectors. Pixabay does not have it’s own license so you need to check that the images you select don’t infringe on any rights.


  1. Pexels

I haven’t used Pexels extensively because Unsplash usually has what I’m looking for, but from what I’ve seen it is a suitable alternative. Like Unsplash, Pexels has it’s own license which clearly identifies what can and can’t be done with the images.


  1. Free Images

Free Images is exactly what it sounds like… free images. Although they have only 300,000 at the moment it’s expanding regularly. Like Unsplash and Pexel, Free Images has it’s own license which includes fairly broad uses for the images along with certain restrictions.


  1. Life of Pix

Life of Pix has a good selection of high resolution photos with no copyright restrictions for personal and commercial use, but there is a distribution limit.

Photo by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash

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