30 Places To Get Free Stock Photos

Are you struggling to get the perfect image for your next blog post? Wondering where to go for help? Today I’ll share with you my 30 favorite sites to get stunning, high quality but free stock photos that is suited for your blog posts.

These websites allows you to use their photos for personal and commercial purposes.

30 Places To Get Free Stock Photos

30 places to get stock photos

With this list, I am sure you’ll find the best photo that you need!

Styled Stock Society – the beautiful land of feminine stock photography that will help you save so much time creating graphics for your blog and help you stand out from the crowd.


Kaboompics– Free photos for personal and commercial use.

Death to the Stock Photo– Free stock photos emailed to you every month. Creative commons.

Picjumbo– Lots of free stock images licensed under creative commons.

Snapwire Snaps– 7 free photos every 7 days. Creative commons license.

Little Visuals– Sign up to get 7 free images to your inbox every 7 days. Creative commons license.

Stock Vault– Photographers and designers share their photos, for free! Non-commercial use.


Life Of Pix– Free stock photos by a Montreal design agency. New photos added weekly, creative commons license.

Getrefe– Free mobile and real life photos licensed under creative commons.

Free Nature Stock– Photos uploaded daily, focused on nature. Can use however you want.

Stokpic– Totally free photos for commercial and personal use.

Re:splashed– Really nice collection of HD images. Lots of landscapes and city pics. Creative commons.

Stock Up– Search the best free stock photo sites in one place.

Superfamous– Free beautiful high resolution photos. Creative commons but requires attribution.

Startup Stock Photos– Go crazy this is totally free!  Creative commons.

Free Stock Photos

IM Free– Newer resource for stock photos, graphics, icons, and more. Creative commons license, some attributions required.

FreeImages– Used to be StockXchange. Free stock photos, check each photo license.

DesignersPics– Great styles of photos for blog posts. Creative commons license.

Unsplash– 10 free high-resolution photos posted every 10 days. Licensed under creative commons.

Magdeleine– Hand picked stock photos. Can search by license type, creative commons or attribution.

Camarama– Stock photography from public domain. Creative commons license.

Pexels– 5 new high quality photos daily. Creative commons license.

Free Stock Photos

ISO Republic– Free high quality photos for creatives. Blog style site. Creative commons license.

SkitterPhoto– License free high quality images.

The Pattern Library – If you’re looking for a cool pattern, this is the place!

Pixabay– Offers an amazing selection of free images under the creative commons license.

io– Offers an amazing selection of free images under the creative commons license.

SplitShire– Free stock photos by a photographer/web designer. Creative commons, accepts donations.

Gratisography– Amazing high resolution and totally unique photos by Ryan McGuire, licensed under creative commons.

Free Stock Photos

New Old Stock– Real vintage photos. Free of copyright restrictions.

MMT– Blog format free stock image site by Jeffrey Betts. Creative commons license.

Quick note about licenses

Free stock photos are usually licenses under  creative commons. This means that you can modify, copy and distribute the work without asking for permission. You cannot sell them. I’ve come along sites sites that offer free stock photos that requires attribution, so check the permissions of the images before you download them or use.



  1. The Sunday Mode

    Thanks for this, I don’t use stock photos on my blog but I do like looking through them sometimes for blog photo inspiration!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hello! Happy you find this post helpful 🙂 I also do use them for inspiration whenever I want to take my own photos 🙂


    Definitely bookmarking this! Since my blog is mostly financial related, I don’t usually have my original photos like travel and food bloggers has. I usually settle for stock images online. My preference for the past few months is Pixabay, for it’s pics is easy to search and download. Now, due to this post, I will have tons of options. Thank you very much! 😀

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hey, sorry for the late response! I’m so happy you loved this post 🙂

  3. Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy

    Oh, love! This is such a gem! Sometimes, it’s just so hard to rely on your own collection of photos. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hello! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! Happy this was helpful to you 🙂

  4. Berlin Domingo

    Thank you for the list. Now i could check for inspiration if not to borrow some photos. Since the start of my blog though, i use my photos only. This gives some options.

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hey Berlin! Sorry for the late response. Yup totally give these a try you will save a lot of time. 🙂

  5. Sam

    Thanks for sharing this post! I also have problems in terms of this. I do all the writing, the photography, the traveling, the editing in my blog. It would be best if I only need to purchase some.

  6. blackwhite

    Thank you for sharing this list of great free images resource webpages. One source I missing
    on your list it’s https://freeimages.red this is a website who sharing many high quality images with public domain cc0. Try it.

  7. Janica Khemlani

    Hey Robert! Happy you find it bookmark-worthy! 🙂 I agree with you to always check the license and yes I also get some wallpaper photos Hi Hi

  8. Carola

    This is great. I only knew pexels.com. Untill now, I have only used my own photos. But I’ll check some of these sites. I’m sure I’ll find some nice photos

  9. Emma Lenhart

    I have a free stock photo pack on my blog (in case anyone needs any more resources!) emmalenhart.com

    Great article! Thank you so much for the ideas.

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Thank you Emma! Can I include your link in this post? So if someone needs it they can check your site? Let me know! 🙂

  10. Elissa

    This is a really helpful collection, thanks!

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Thank you so much dear. Happy you find it helpful 🙂

  11. Mikee Laceda Namqui

    I usually use my own photos on my posts but this is very helpful whenever I need some. You got great posts, I will definitely come back for reference.

  12. Maria Louisa Mae P. Mercado

    As a blogger and social media manager this is a very helpful post. I’m always careful to use pictures that are allowed for public/commercial use.

  13. Johna P.

    So many places to get stock photos! Will definitely start using some of these sites for my blog posts. Thank you! These will be so useful ?

  14. Nya

    Very useful post. I use a lot of these websites; pixabay and pexels are one of my favorites. They always have so nice quality images. So I guess now I have another 28 links to add to my list 🙂

    1. Janica Khemlani

      I also love pexels and pixabay! 😀 Happy you liked it.

  15. Kristine Redillas

    This is a necessity for bloggers! Been looking for sites like these for a while now.

  16. daawnflores

    Wow! Very useful information! I’m struggling to find new photos for my new blog, since I’m not so good with photography hehe and I’m lazy with creating texts. Great post! Thank you so much for posting this, this is very helpful. I’ve subscribed to your blog, seems interesting, I need all the help I could get since I’m new to blogging 🙂 you’re an angel

    1. Janica Khemlani

      YAY! Thanks for subscribing! You’ll get an exclusive freebie/tips every week! 🙂

  17. Jaear Paguio

    Thanks for sharing these info. I’m in need of some photos for various purposes at times and this post is a big help. I’ve just recently learned about stock photos myself.

  18. Denver Nario

    Hi nica!

    Please check. MMT is linked to picjumbo…

    Btw, another great post! 😀

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Ohhhh!!! Thank you Denver for that! 😀 I’ll update it now.

      1. Denver Nario

        Nice! 😀

  19. Pia Dysangco Villamor

    Awesome post! I’m not a photographer so it’s really a struggle for me to take quality pictures for the blog. In your list, I only know about pexels and death to stock photo. Thanks for giving me more options to choose from! Will definitely bookmark this post:)

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hey Pia, Yep I know how you feel (I also don’t have much time to take photos myself LOL.) You are so welcome! Be sure to write the Part 2 of your post ha? I loved it!

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