It is always frustrating when you get that e-mail from someone suggesting you are using one of their images without permission. It becomes a nightmare when the threats of legal action follow.
With stock photography sites like Getty Images and Shutter Stock seeming to frequently increase their prices, the availability of free stock photography has become more popular.
Fortunately, free stock libraries do exist, if you know where to look. Below are the top 20 free stock photography libraries on the Internet.
Unsplash is totally free, in fact they position themselves as a “do whatever you want” high-resolution image provider. What is interesting about Unsplash is they are part user generated, meaning that a wide selection of images available have been submitted by community members for others to download and use for free.
The site refreshes with 10 new royalty free images every 10 days and there are plenty of stunning images and landscapes available.
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