These days everything has gone digital; from business to their marketing to the monetary transaction. And with the internet everything has also become fast and the need for immediate action is also needed. Sometimes, images have to be edited and placed on social media almost immediately specially in the case of businesses that need to keep themselves relevant within their target markets.
So what do you do when there is no time to take a picture yourself? Use free stock images you find online! There are thousands of photography websites which you can visit to get either free images or some paid images as well. Here are some photography websites you can go to get some images to use for commercial purposes.
Pixabay.com is a very popular source of getting free stock images that can be reused for commercial purposes. You can even edit the images you find on pixabay. One of the best part of pixabay is that the website has high resolution images that can work on any dimension without pixelating! With images from pixabay, you do not have to attribute them either.
This website has hundreds of free stock photos that you can scour through till you find the perfect picture. But if even after looking at those images, you do not find something of your taste then you can access more pictures which you will have to pay for. However, it is totally your option.
Pexels is an amazing website where you can get free stock photos from which you can use for whatever commercial use. It is a photography website which has a ton of free stock photos for you to choose from.
This photography website is used by photographers all around the world. Both professional and amateurs upload their work on the website for anyone out there who wants to reuse it. You do not even have to credit the work to the original photographer unless you choose to!
While the photos can be used for commercial use there might be some restrictions on whether or not they can be distributed. It is always a good idea to read the fine print from whatever website you choose to take an image from so that you do not end up getting in legal trouble later on.
— Debbie Takara Shelor (@TakaraShelor) 22 août 2017