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6 Valuable Alternatives to Unsplash to Find Stock Photos

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6 Valuable Alternatives to Unsplash to Find Stock Photos

Images are very important when it comes to high-quality content. If you don’t take your own photos, you need a reliable source for high-resolution images. Many times, creators will turn to Unsplash for images, as they are like the Amazon of stock photography. The thing about being a creator is it’s important to stand out. Whether you need a photo for a blog post, article, newsletter, or online ad, you don’t want your content to look like everyone else’s. It’s important to get free images from websites that not everyone uses. Here are six alternatives to Unsplash for finding gorgeous, free stock photos.

Pexels

Pexels is home to some of the most high-quality, free stock photos and videos on the web. Pexels, recently purchased by Canva, has hundreds of thousands of images that can be used for your blogs, websites, and more. All photos are conveniently tagged, searchable, and easily discovered through Pexel’s discover pages. New images are added in daily, and all photos are hand-picked from photos uploaded by users or sourced from free image websites. You do not need a Pexels account to download photos.

Pixabay

Pixabay has over three million+ high-quality stock images, videos, and music. In addition to this, the site also offers free vectors and illustrations to take your work to the next level. Easily search for what you need with the site’s easy-to-use navigation. Pixabay has a huge community of creators who create and share stock photos and videos. You can easily download images without an account.

Burst by Shopify

Shopify’s Burst is home to 20,000+ stunning stock photos for websites and commercial use. Their library includes thousands of high-resolution, royalty-free images that their global community of photographers shot. Burst has photos categorized into collections such as Animals, Business, Family, Food, etc. You do not need an account to download photos. Because Shopify powers the stock photography website, there are also resources to help entrepreneurs start a business right on the website.

Stockvault

Stockvault is a nice stock photography option for creators looking for high-quality images and illustrations. The website has over 140,000 photos, with new ones added daily. Photographers and artists submit the photographs and images from around the globe. Choose from various categories of photos, such as Nature, People, and Transportation. You don’t need an account to download free photos. They also offer premium photos powered by Shutterstock.

Kaboompics

Kaboompics is a unique stock photography website that offers gorgeous images for bloggers, creatives, and entrepreneurs. One of their beautiful images was actually featured in a Netflix film. Their entire collection of photos derives from carefully designed and planned photoshoots, which they provide completely free. The website also offers free stock photo mockups. Another unique feature of the site is they allow searching for images using only color. This is handy if your social media feed is color-coordinated and you want to keep a certain theme going. Also, when you click on a photo to download, there’s a matching color palette next to it so that you can grab all the colors from the image and any complementary colors. You don’t need an account to download Kaboompic’s aesthetically-pleasing images.

Depositphotos

Depositphotos is a platform that offers high-quality licensed stock photos, graphics, vectors, and videos. The website has several different pricing plans to choose from, but they do offer free images as well. On the homepage, near the search bar, simply click the down arrow under All Images and then click Free. You can then search for free photos, and you don’t need an account to download them.


So, which one of these stock photography websites will you be using for creating new content? Leave a comment below!

Briana is a published author and professional content writer specializing in long-form blog content. The wife & mom's work has been featured on Newsbreak, Her View From Home, and Thought Catalog. When she’s not churning out content, you can find her sipping a glass of wine, cozying up w/ a book, or binge-watching a new Netflix series.

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