Best Sites for Royalty Free Images Stock (1)


When you decide to take photos from the Internet, you need to be careful, because not all images can be published on websites or media on social networks. Or if you are forced to, then you need to include the original source of the image.

However, there are currently several sites that provide many free high-resolution images that you can use again. This way, you don’t have to worry about being exposed to copyright if you want to post photos on the site or on social media.

Although it is free to use, you must include a link that goes directly to the image page (or a link to the vendor’s website). This was done at least to appreciate this man’s work.

Free does not mean that you can use it at random. Each free image site has different terms (or licenses). This licensing issue is managed by an organization called Creative Commons (CC), which defines several types of image attributes or other copyright products.

Therefore, before using free images, you should first be able to read the “Terms and Conditions” provided by the free image sites. So which sites provide free images? The following is a list that starts on The Next Scoop’s website.

1. Pixabay

The first site for free images is Pixabay. It can be said that Pixabay is the most popular and favorite here. You can find the image for free on Pixabay, then post it again on your website or on social media without having to pay!

Vector images can be downloaded in JPG format and have several different image resolutions (with different sizes). You can download images directly without having to register, but first by going to captcha.

If you want this to be easier when saving images, you must first register with your social media or email account. Pixabay also provides a button to donate to the image owner via PayPal (by clicking on the coffee button. If you have a lot of money and want to rate the work, you can give it according to your abilities.

Before you are ready to download the Pixabay image for free, first think about the conditions written under the download button (see the image above). If there is free writing for commercial use and no attribution is required, this means that the image is absolutely free to use again. This also applies to other free image sites. Click here to go to Pixabay.

2. Pixels

The next site for free images is Pexels. Like Pixabay, Pexels allows you to select the available image resolution and offers a donation option for legitimate image owners. You can also save the desired free image directly without first registering.

One thing that makes the difference between Pexels and Pixabay is the custom size options in Pexels. You can download images with a resolution that you set yourself. So, for example, you want to post an image on Instagram with a resolution of 800 x 800 pixels, after which you can set it directly to Pexels. Click here to go to Pexels.

3. Flickr

Although Flickr is not like Pixabay or Pexels, which are a 100% public image service provider, this site has millions of quality images that you can use again. Flicker has another 3 million images. These images usually have a high resolution.

Flickr claims to be a community focused on the world’s best photographers. If you love photography, then you can get together with the same people as Flickr.

You can beautify the images you want to download from Flickr with editing tools provided specifically by the service provider. Remember to pay attention to the image license before you are ready to download it. This is because most Flickr images require credit from their owners. So, don’t just get involved. Click here to go to Flickr.

4. Free images

In fourth place is the FreeImages website, which also provides free images for personal and commercial interests. Here you can find hundreds of thousands of free images and free images that you can use again.

To download photos or images from FreeImages, you must first register with your email address. The images you can save are available in several resolution options, as well as on the above sites. For fast sharing, you can use HTML image code that functions as a direct link. Click here to visit FreeImages.

5. Freerange composition

Freerange Stock is also a site that provides free images that can be used for personal and commercial purposes. To access quality stock photos on this site, you must first register.

Freerange Stock also provides thousands of public domain images that you can edit and publish to your heart’s content without requiring credit from the owner. If you want to try to use the service on this site, you can click here.

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