Find Pictures and Stuff!
We get asked all the time where people can find photos, logos, and other items to put on their website. Below are some of the resources that we’ve either used, have been recommended to us, or have just come across.
Logos: You might try LogoMaker. They give you one free logo
Web Forms: We have used MailMeForms. They have a free deal with limited number of submissions per month.
HMTL Color Codes: Sometimes you have to enter the six digit color code in a page and this site is a good one to help figure out what color has which code!
Photos: Nothing makes a blog post or website more eye-catching than a great images.
Here a bunch of good places to get free stock photos online for your site for low cost. You might also want to check out Wiki-Commons which has lots of public-domain graphics as well as The Library of Congress photo collection for free pictures (mostly of historical subjects but lots of other stuff as well.)
Note: Although SOME of these sites feature free stock photos, you should read the terms, limitations, and licensing of each work that you use. We don’t endorse any of these sites.
SXC was launched in February 2001 as an alternative for expensive stock photography. The idea was to create a site where creative people could exchange their photos for inspiration or work.
FreeDigitalPhotos.net is a very good place on the web to download free images for use in corporate and personal projects. Their images can be used by web designers, graphic designers and editors to illustrate and brighten up websites and printed media such as newspapers and magazines.
3. RGB Stock
RGBStock.com is created by a group of enthusiastic photographers and graphic artists. Their vision is to build the best free stock image site on the web. They are dedicated to making high quality images available to those who cannot afford to pay for them.
Photo laboratory photl.com is the owner and distributor of the largest collection of exclusive stock photo images. All the images can be downloaded and used for personal, educational and other non-commercial purposes free of charge.
Stockvault.net is a stock photo sharing website where photographers, designers and students can share their photographs, graphics and image files with each other for free.
The morguefile contains photographs freely contributed by many artists to be used in creative projects by visitors to the site.
Freerange Stock was formed with the goal to provide quality stock photos for commercial and non-commercial use for free.
The Free Photos Bank site provides a typical range of free photos – people, animals, landscapes and so on.
Daily dose of FREE, refreshing, intriguing images for your creative projects.
Sunipix is a picture library for students, teachers, architects, website designers, advertising and marketing executives, civil engineers, business executives, travel agents, government agencies, and media/Information Technology professionals. Sunipix provides royalty free photographs (100 DPI) free of charge for personal and business needs.
Get free high resolution digital pictures for all your needs! You can download free images for your website, blog, forum, presentations and more. You can resize, crop and customize free images as you wish.
Dreamstime has one of the largest libraries of stock photos on the net. If you are a web designer, here you can download high resolution RF stock images for free.
Fotolia is one of the oldest stock photo sites on the net. Their free section is quite good, but changes every day and the free photos that were there yesterday, may not be there the next.
iStockphoto is one of the most popular stock photo sites on the net. They only offer one free image a week, but it is always high quality. We recommend iStockPhoto… not cheap, but reasonably priced.
Can Stock Photo is one of the world’s largest and oldest “microstock” photography agencies. We were founded in 2004 on the premise of offering professional yet affordable images, while providing fair commissions for our talented artists.