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Unsplash has its own license, which essentially lets you use the images for free, in any way you like, except for using them to create a competing website. (We are huge fans of Unsplash here at Buffer!)




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Free Images provides over 300,000 free stock images under its own license. The license allows a very broad range of uses, though it does list several restricted use cases (which are quite common for most free image sites).


Canva is an online graphic design tool that also offers free stock photos. One advantage of using Canva is that you can quickly turn an image into a custom graphic to use on social media or your blog.


The Jopwell Collection contains several albums with hundreds of images featuring people in the Jopwell community. The images are free to be downloaded and used as long as you visibly attribute Jopwell. (You can read the story behind this collection here.)


Whenever you share your blog posts or marketing websites with Buffer (either through your dashboard or the browser extension), we will automatically pick up images from those websites and suggest them to you for your social media posts. You just have to click on your favorite image to add it to your social media post.


Pixabay is a free stock website with over 2.2 million stock images, videos, and music clips available for download by the Pixabay community. It offers royalty-free photos from contributors, which anyone can manipulate and use without permission or any attribution to the artist.


Unsplash is home to over 2.5 million beautiful stock photos shot by a global community of photographers. All images are free for whatever use you wish, and Unsplash adds new images to download every day. When you create a free account with this stock photography site you can collect photos and access them from your iPhone, iPad, or computer.


Today, picjumbo offers thousands of high-resolution images, plus social media elements and other design freebies. Images are easy to find and displayed as collections, so you can see the same image from different views and find the best free images for your project.


Built by the Leeroy creative agency, Life of Pix offers true-to-life high-resolution stock images for download. It has thousands of stock photos, including everything from food and people to architecture and textures. The site regularly adds 10 new photos from a handpicked photographer of the week. All copyright-free images are available for commercial use, but some restrictions apply for distributors.


Depositphotos is a global marketplace for stock images, with over 202 million assets available for download. You can browse through thematic collections of free stock photography and media trusted by corporations including TripAdvisor, Forbes, and Subaru. Many photos are available for purchase, but the site offers over 69,000 high-quality images you can download for free.


Gratisography is a free stock image website different from any other on this list, created by photographer Ryan McGuire. It offers humorous and whimsical images (think: Bigfoot in the forest with a mask on) you can use entirely for free, without any copyright restrictions. If you want to express your brand and make an impact on your viewers, photos from Gratisography are the way to go.


Freerange is a standard free stock image site with a big library of images ready to download. Photos are shot both in house and submitted by contributors. The collections span topics like backgrounds and textures, animals and insects, technology, and vintage photos. New photos are added daily.


StockSnap.io is a free stock image site created by the same team behind graphic design tool Snappa. It offers hundreds of high-resolution photos, with more added every week. The search function is user friendly and lets you sort by popularity, views, downloads, favorites, and more. The library is built by user submissions and reflects a trendy, modern style you can use for your projects, free from any copyright restrictions.


Foodiesfeed is the best free food photography stock photo site on the web. Search through more than 1,700 photos, with intuitive search functionality and tags that are incredibly easy to use. Foodiesfeed is perfect for any food-related website looking for trendy, high-quality photos, free for commercial use.


Pikwizard is a completely free site that offers over a million royalty-free images. No attribution is required and it even offers free wallpapers and background images that can help make your website or blog stand out.


Picspree is completely free to use, but it also offers high quality premium images that are available for purchase. No attribution is required for any photo downloaded off Picspree, and it offers articles and other resources for people looking to learn more about photography.


LibreShot is a free stock photo archive run by Martin Vorel. All the photos are shot and uploaded by him and he requires no attribution or credit for use. LibreShot has a great collection of images to choose from in over 35 categories.


Facebook has added the ability to create a fundraiser for charitable organizations or personal causes. The cover photo for these fundraisers slightly varies from a typical Facebook cover photo, with a minimum size of 400 x 150. The best experience across many display types will come from a higher resolution image, though.


Instagram is based on visuals, which should be an indication of how important it is to follow these image size guidelines. Ensure your profile image is recognizable so users can find you even easier through search or explore.


When you hover over or click on an image, you will see "High Resolution" and "Low Resolution" download options."Low Res" images are great for small web graphics, where file sizes need to be very compressed."High Res" images are better for presentations, websites, online stores, and anywhere else wherequality matters most.


When you place a PNG image and select Show Import Options in the Place dialog box, you see a dialog box with three sections of import settings. Two sections contain the same options available for other bitmap image formats. The other section, PNG Settings, contains the following settings:


Check and adjust a PNG graphic's gamma (mid-tone) values as you place it. This option lets you match image gamma to the print or display gamma. Uncheck this option to place the image without any gamma correction. This option is selected by default if the PNG graphic was saved with a gamma value.


You can use many different kinds of images on your online store, including your company logo, product images, slideshows, banners, and blog posts images. Shopify provides the ability to dynamically transform your images with crop and resize operations, in addition to automatically ensuring the best possible image format is used when serving images on your online store.


You can upload images on the Files page of your Shopify admin. This is useful because you can access these images while editing any of your themes. To learn more, see Uploading files to your website.


On desktop computers, banner images are displayed side by side. Because this format isn't suited for mobile devices, you can stack your image banner pictures by selecting the Stack images on mobile option in the Image banner theme settings. For more information on image banners and slideshows, refer to Best practices for slideshow and image banners.


You can add a focal point to an image from your Files section, and from your theme editor. If you add a focal point on an image, and then use the image in multiple places, then they all use the same focal point.


Shopify automatically detects which image formats are supported by your customer's browser, and then automatically displays the image in the best format available. You can learn more about Shopify's image transformation capabilities by visiting


Additionally, Shopify automatically determines the best possible file format to use when delivering your images. For example, when we detect that a buyers web browser supports modern image formats such as WebP and AV1 Image File Format (AVIF), Shopify will deliver your image in those formats.


Because large images can't fit on all devices, Shopify sometimes displays only part of the image depending on the device you're using. If your image slideshow contains a lot of large images, then you might find that parts of the images aren't visible.


Wide images might be cropped on the left and right when the device used to view them has a tall screen (like a mobile phone or tablet). In the example below, if the people are the most important part of the image, then you can place a focal point on the right side of the image:


Tall images might be cropped on the top and bottom when the device used to view them has a wide screen (like a laptop or desktop). In the example below, if the shoes are the most important part of the image, then you can place the focal point on the bottom of the image to prevent it being cropped out:


To find license details: Select an image, then below the image, select License details. We recommend that you always review the licensing requirements of any images you want to use.


Because of the responsive page design, there is not a specific height or width in pixels that will ensure that an image will maintain a specific shape across devices and layouts. Images are resized and cropped automatically to show the best possible result across a variety of devices and layouts. However, there are some guidelines that can help you make sure your images look great on your pages.


An aspect ratio is the relationship between width and height of images. It is usually expressed as two numbers, such as 3:2, 4:3 or 16:9. The width is always the first number. As an example, a ratio of 16:9 could be 1600 pixels in width by 900 pixels in height. Or, it could be 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, or any other width/height combinations that can be calculated to equal 16:9. You can find aspect ratio calculators online and in some photo editing tools to help you determine the aspect ratios of your images. 041b061a72


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