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Free Images for Your Blog Posts & Pages

Images can make your pages and posts stand out. However, you must respect copyrights of other people and try to find images that you are legally allowed to use.

We are often asked by our network members about how to find best royalty free images to use in their posts?

There are many websites where you can find free images to use. However, you will soon notice that images on those sites look overused and generic.

See our list below of the best sources for free public domain and CC0-licensed images on the internet.

Sources for Free Public Domain and CC0-Licensed Images

Public domain is the term used to describe works whose licenses have expired, or works that are explicitly released with no restriction on their usage.

CC0 is a license that allows copyright owners to release their works with no restrictions at all.

Images under public domain or CC0-License can be used by anyone for any purpose. As a website admin/owner you can use these images in your blog posts, featured images, slider, image galleries, backgrounds, and basically anywhere else you want.

Having said that, let’s take a look at some of the best curated sources for free public domain or CC0-Licensed images.

Freerange has thousands of high-resolution stock photos will be at your fingertips at no cost. In addition to thousands of unique images, the site also has about 20,000 CC0 photos, most of which have accurate keywords and descriptions.

Negative Space is a beautifully curated collection of CC-0 licensed images for bloggers, artists, and small businesses. It has an easy to use search feature and you can also browse images by tags and colors.

PDPics is an easy to browse collection of free public domain stock photos. PDPics has a large collection of thousands of public domain images that you can download and use in your blog posts.

Pexels is unique in that it doesn’t only display images located on the Pexels website. It also outsources images from other high-quality websites.

Pickup Image offers a huge collection of public domain images. The site can be easily browsed through tags or you can try the search. It also offers free clipart and graphics.

Pixabay offers a large collection of free images. The site updated on a regular basis so you will find new and less used images there.

Public Domain Pictures offers free high quality images, graphics, and vectors for downloads. Images are sorted into categories for easy browsing.

StockSnap provides an excellent and extensive library of free stock imagery. With hundreds of high-quality photos added weekly, StockSnap isn’t your casual photography outlet.

Unsplash is a very popular destination for high quality CC0 licensed photographs. The site releases 10 photos every 10 days. It has a nice search feature which you can use to find images matching certain themes like nature, office, work, etc.

Wikimedia provides a truly stunning image repository, spanning everything from lush landscapes to historical events.

Source: WP Beginner


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Updated on March 10, 2020

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