11 Free Image Banks for Your Content

Looking for the perfect photo? Nowadays, it is easy to find good quality photos free of rights and also free on the Internet.

It is not the first time that we have told you where to get free images for your blog, but we know that it is not always an easy task. Today we have selected a series of websites that will help you find the image you are looking for for your content. Aim:

Pexels

Cousin of Unsplash, it’s hard to find a big difference with this one.

  • The good: The quality of the photos.
  • The bad:  Little differentiation with other options.
  • Registration:  No.
Photo by João Jesus from Pexels

Unsplash

We don’t like it, we love it. Here you can find a variety of stylish and contemporary royalty-free photos.

The good: The quality of the photos.

The bad: Watch out! You will not be the only one who comes to look here. Don’t be surprised if you see that photo on hundreds of other sites.

Registration: No.

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Brennan Ehrhardt

FindA.Photo

In FindA.Photo you can search by color, tag, category, keyword… The vast majority are royalty-free images . Still we recommend that you review the license before downloading.

The good: The search system.

The bad: Double check with the license.

Registration: No.

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Aaron Burden

Gratisography

Do you need a different image? Here you will find some geeky photos that break with what has been common in this type of webs. Comical, excessive images and if you hurry me bizarre.

The good: They are different.

The bad: Beware of overshooting.

Registration: No.

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Life Of Pix

Completely royalty-free images for both personal and commercial use. Weekly there are new updates. It also has videos.

The good: The variety.

The bad: There is no search engine.


Registration: No.

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Chris Joel Campbell

Magdeleine

An exquisite selection of images with a clear [/ caption] leitmotif: less is more. Useful and efficient search system. Mies van der Rohe had it clear, and you?

The good: Quality.

The bad: Double check with the license.

Registration: No.

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Jonas Nilsson Lee

New Old Stock

If you are nostalgic and need photographs from another era, we recommend that you visit this site. Get ready to travel back in time.

The good:  It is doing photographic archeology and that’s cool.

The bad: The resolution of some of the photos.

Registration: No.

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re: splashed

Unsplash’s little brother . Re: splashed has improved the search experience and is faster. If you have something specific in mind, look here.

The good: Effective.

The bad: Nothing. Little word.

Registration: No.

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Morgan sessions

Death to Stock Photo

Everything in this life has a price . In Death to Stock Photo you will have to register to be able to enjoy the service. Yes, right after, you will receive a pack of wonderful photos welcoming you. Then month by month, more will come.

The good: The quality of the images.

The bad: Single plate, you can’t choose.

Registration: Mandatory.

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Albumarium

Library organized by different themes. It’s fast and easy to use. It’s a shame they don’t have more variety.

The good: The search system.

The bad: The amount.


Registration: No.

Albumarium
Sergei zolkin

Wellcome Images

This year the Wellcome Collection, (a rather curious London museum), decided to share with all of us more than 100,000 images from its extensive collection. They can be used freely as long as there is no commercial spirit. Wellcome Images’ iconographic ensemble is one of the most unique in the world. Mandatory destination for the most curious.

The good: You will find everything.

The Bad: You’ll be trapped in a space-time vortex.

Registration: No.

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Wellcome Library, London

Finding high-quality and inspiring images is vital when it comes to giving consistency to any design or content we make. It is not something to be taken lightly. So you no longer have an excuse not to use spectacular images within your content.