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If you’re a social media marketer, you know how difficult it can be to find the perfect image to accompany a post.
We all know that photos are one of the most important components for boosting engagement, but unless you’re willing to pay for it, finding a great one can be seriously time-consuming.
All photos are licensed under Creative Commons Zero, “which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.” You can navigate the site by viewing the photos in their larger versions, but when browsing I usually find it easier to switch to the grid format.
Morguefile was created in 1996 and offers photographs available free for the use in creative projects.
The website does ask that photographers or artists are credited when using their free stock images as they aren’t in the public domain.
This is a great resource for free social media images that can be used as backgrounds for text-based graphics.
On the site you’ll also find free templates, icons, button makers, and more.
The images you’ll find here are bright, modern, and aesthetically pleasing.
And each comes with a helpful color palette so you can plan your visuals accordingly.
Web designer Daniel Nanescu created Splitshire as a collection of stunning, easy-to-browse images and video.
The photos are sorted into helpful categories such as “abstract,” “still life,” and “technology.” Nanescu’s photos which previously lived “on a hard drive gathering dust” are now—for good reason—used books, magazines, and websites like The Huffington Post and CNN.