An image says more than a thousands words seems a common thing to say, but reality is not far from it.
The first impression that you give is the image that you choose to capture the attention, so you better choose a good one.
To help you with that I’m sharing the places where I usually look for to find great pictures without worrying too much about usage rights
Every week, hundreds of high resolution images are added to this website, making it one of the biggest catalogue.
If you are looking for some Vintage Photos, this is the place you should really check.
Unsplash was created in 2013 with 10 images, since that has become a hub of great high-resolution photos generously and freely given away by creators.
Pexels has more than 30 000 hand-picked free stock images in its database. All nicely tagged, what makes your search an easy task.
Negative Space wanted to build a place for photographers to share their creations with the world and we win an amazing.
Fancy Crave wants to share “emotionally driven images that tell a story” and everyday they hand-pic two photos to add to it’s platform.
Here you can find more than images, a big range of free web design resources to your creations, all available for commercial use.
The place where Ryan McGuire share its creations. If you are looking for disruptive images, different from what you are used to. This is the place.
Highly Curated by Jeffrey Betts, since 2014 each week new photos are added to the different tagged categories.
More than photos, here you can find vector images, .PSD’s and Icons, all in one place.
A Community of photographers with 335 Million Free premium royalty free stock photos.
Simply described as the Google for Flickr images.
The images in these websites should be all under the Creative Commons License. (Find more about it in here)
Anyway, make sure that your are not using it improperly and remember to give credit to the authors as a thank.
Do you use another community that you love?
Suggest it on the comments 😉