The top 5 sites to get FREE copyright free images

Images are a powerful tool and finding the right one – whether it’s for your album artwork, an article header, t-shirts, etc. – doesn’t need to be difficult.

Getting a top class image that you can use how you want at no cost is actually really easy! Thanks internet.

Here we’ve collected some of the best places on the web where you can head to explore and download fantastic, quality images that are free to use, and free from copyright.

Unsplash

royalty free licensed stock images  Unsplash

With over 110,000 photographers contributing their incredible images making up a library of over 810,000 images, Unsplash has an incredible array of amazing images.

Freerange

Royalty free stock images licenses free to use

Freerange offers an incredible selection of stock images that are totally free to use however you like. Supported by ads rather than your purchases, their talented community of photographers earn money every time users click on ads – so maybe give them a click if you like their photos!

Flickr

Royalty free stock images licenses free to use flickr

Flickr isn’t just for images, they are also a great source of video. Now they aren’t exclusively in the business of public domain images but with more than 3 million high-quality images that are free to use how you like they are an amazing source for free images.

Pexels

Royalty free stock images licenses free to use

Hundreds of thousands free stock photos area available from Pexels, all licensed for free use under their own ‘Pexels license’. They call their work: “Empowering Creators”.

Pixabay

royalty free licensed stock images pixabay

Pixabay are a massive source for open licensed images with over 1 million free photos, illustrations, vectors and videos. They collate a lot of their images from other sites for a comprehensive range to discover from.

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    You can create a Flickr account for free and choose to upgrade if you wish. Free accounts will be limited to 1,000 photos and videos. If you need unlimited storage, you’ll need to upgrade to Flickr Pro.

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