[GET]Big list of license free, high quality images to use on your social accounts

I noticed some of you asked about websites whit free images to download and use with your social media projects.

There are some pretty good image-banks that offer license-free images, which are high-quality and pretty cool to use on your blogs, social posts or whatever project you have.

Here’s a list of my “go-to” websites for high-quality photos:

  1. https://www.pexels.com/ - All their photos are distributed under the Creative Commons Zero CC0 License, meaning that you can use them for anything you like, including commercial use – resizing, cropping, distribution - attribution is not required. They add 100 new high-quality photos every day, so you have where to choose from.

  2. https://www.pixabay.com/ - Another good one, using the same CC0 license. They claim to have over 900.000 images already, which makes them a bigger source than pexels.com.

  3. https://unsplash.com/ - Another good site with free “do whatever you want” photos. And high-quality ones too.This is actually a community of photographers who share their work under the CC0 license too. It’s a great source of original images for more artistic work. You can also browse by author, check how many downloads a photo has, and so on. Unsplash started as a Tumblr blog, and now they hit 1 billion photos viewed per month in December 2016.

  4. http://www.gratisography.com/ - This one features content from just one photographer, so the collection is not that huge as the rest of the sites I mentioned … but the quality is awesome. Great for content with a bit of personality. Everything is free without copyright restriction … You can buy this guy a coffee if you want :wink:

  5. https://picjumbo.com/ - This free stock photo site is also created by one photographer. Started in 2013, now it has over 4 million downloads since day one. The images are free to use, but there is just one limitation – redistribution (selling or resharing the images for download in other apps). He also offers premium membership if you are interested.

  6. http://freestocks.org/ - Another site that offers free photos to use for anything you want. Even commercial use.

  7. http://www.lifeofpix.com/ - Another interesting selection of High-Quality images great for websites, blogs, social media. This is a community of photographers that share their best shots under CC0 license.

  8. http://www.freeimages.com/ - Quite a big site this time, with almost 400,000 photos to download. But they don’t have completely free, no legal terminology hassel. You actually need to check their license limitations: http://www.freeimages.com/license.

  9. https://stocksnap.io/ - Another license free source of great photos with hundreds of high-resolution images added weekly. You can even subscribe to get the most popular images to your email. Actually, most of these websites offer the possibility to get their latest photo uploads right in your inbox.

  10. http://deathtothestockphoto.com/ - This one is again with almost no limitations for the use of their photos, other than non-pornographic or defamatory use. But many of these sites require this actually.

  11. http://openphoto.net/- Still a collection of photos that are free to download, but you need to check the license for each photo (under the image) because it can vary depending on the author.

  12. http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/ - This website has almost 200,000 free pics to choose from. Most of them are free to use as you please, but some may require additional licensing, so you might want to check the terms before using them.

  13. https://www.splitshire.com/ - SplitShare offers photos free to use, but with some limitations that you can check out here: https://www.splitshire.com/licence/

  14. http://www.1millionfreepictures.com/ - The name of the website might be a bit misleading because they do not really offer 1 million of photos. But there are plenty to choose from. You can even download them in bulk - groups of 30-200 photos at once at an extra price. This repository of original pictures is perfect for blogging, social media, web design and so on.


Great list @Johnny

You can also try http://librestock.com/ which searches 40+ of this type of sites in one go.


Awesome, as always. Thanks @Johnny

Just to add a bit, from the sites mentioned in the topic, you can use MP Chrome to send multiple images to your campaign :slight_smile:


I love the MP chrome extension! I wish I knew enough coding to get it to just send to a folder on my desktop!

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There’s a way, but it’s not auto though. What you can do after images were sent to campaign, is edit posts in bulk then from the Edit Post window, at the bottom (left side of the OK button) you can click on Export All Images and it will save images to a folder on your pc.

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I am gonna check how it works
But openphoto.net has always watermarm bar under.
How do you do that ?

Normally i repost popular posts of target accounts to my campaign.
But 1 by 1 checking all pics for watermarks costs me lot if time

@mommyfats @ extra steps is too many! Just kidding, thanks for the tip!

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Yeah, needs ‘many’ bit of work :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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I have not checked openphoto yet but as what @Johnny said, it depends on the author of the image, so you need to check the image for Watermark.

@MPrules @mommyfats @Adnan

Guys, sorry abit OOT, but I’m curious how the ‘repost popular posts’ in Repost sources work?

Does it determined by percentage of likes on post divided by followers?

It depends on what you mostly like and who you follow. IG will sometimes show the user who followed the one you are following. It will also show the posts that is related to the post you’ve liked. MP will scrape those that were suggested by IG and checks if it passes your filters before it gets reposted.

@euhero , right?

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@blueakoi In addition to what I mentioned above, you can check out https://help.instagram.com/487224561296752 for popular search option used in the Repost tool.

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Cool @Johnny Cool !

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So awesome to see this one from the www.unsplash.com team!

It taps straight into their API and adds a few extra features that I don’t think we could have gotten by bulk scraping with other tools before.

Thanks for sharing this with us! But i have a question, where can i find high quality free videos?

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Wow thanks, btw do you know where to get babes picture?

Instagram - There are a ton of babe accounts :wink:

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I see so just scrape from other account right?
do you repost and download it right from jarvee?