Working in today's world everyone needs photography resources -- from a designer, marketer to a business owner. Am I right? But, picking the right photos takes time and money. As I designer and an entrepreneur, I try to use free photography resources first before resorting to paid ones. In most cases, free resources turn out to be creative and a good fit. Sharing is caring, so here are the top 5 free photography resources I use to save time and money:
Pexels is my top pick anytime I need images. They have a wide collection of objects and people. The high resolution collection gets updated frequently.
Pixabay goes hand in hand with pexels as far as variety is concerned. I search on both Pexels and Pixabay first before I go to other resources. It is easy to find high resolution images, hence saving me time plus they are free.
Same spiel as above, great variety and free of cost.
Gratisography is a straightforward photography resource. It’s hassle-free and offers high-resolution photos for personal and commercial use at no cost. It is definitely not your everyday photography style but if you need a a unique picture, Gratisography is the way to go.
Little Visuals is a slightly diffrent idea. When you sign up, you get seven hi-res images zipped up in your inbox every seven days. Plus, you’re free to use them anyway you want.
These are the top 5 free photography resources I use. Feel free to share your favorites, I would love to add more to my list.