Today’s blog post is a down and dirty list of my favourite websites for free images. As you can imagine, I use loads of these websites for Practically Perfect PA and I wish I had known about them while I was an assistant. They are much easier to navigate than Google Images. In no particular order, here are my favs…
The images on Stocksnap.io may look familiar as this is my go to website for the images I use on Practically Perfect PA. I love the easy search function, the images are always beautiful and compliment my website.
Pixabay has loads of free images and some that you have to pay for. You can also search for illustrations, videos and vectors on this one. I use this website when I need to find an images that matches certain words rather than general business images.
The images on Gratisography are pretty random, but generally good fun. New images are added weekly and you can sign up to receive them via email.
I like FindA.Photo because you can search images by colour. So if you are putting a presentation together and want to use images that reference your corporate branding and colours this is the website for you.
I use Im Free for free templates, icons and button makers. The website also has lots of free images too.
Again, Picjumbo is a website you sign up for and receive free photos via email. You can also search on the website for images they have already released.
The pictures on Unsplash are really vibrant and quite different from your usual stock images. I find the collections of photos quite useful if I am working on a particular newsletter or presentation. For example, they have a great collection of autumn photos on the website at the moment.
I use FancyCrave mostly for their tech and food images. The website is easy to navigate and they have loads of other high quality images on there.