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Best Places to Find Free r Cheap Images for Your Site

Looking for images for your website or blog but don’t want to pay a lot for them? Here’s my list! You can also scroll down to download it as a PDF.

Death to Stock Photo:
http://deathtothestockphoto.com/
A pack of high quality lifestyle images delivered to your inbox FREE every month. There’s also a paid “Premium” option gives you access to the archives.

Dollar Photo Club:
https://www.dollarphotoclub.com/
Every image is $1.

Unsplash:
https://unsplash.com/
Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos. 10 new photos every 10 days.

Creative Platoon:
http://creativeplatoon.com/free-photos/
free stock image library with new images added daily.

Pixabay:
http://pixabay.com/
Check out the Editor’s Choice Images – gorgeous!

Morgue File:
http://morguefile.com/
Click on Free Photos

Fotolia:
http://us.fotolia.com/
Free and low priced images

Canva:
https://www.canva.com/
Create your own graphics on Canva (I made you a little how-to video) or peruse their stock photos for $1 each.

PicJumbo:
http://picjumbo.com/
Some free options but I also found a great deal for 5 photos for $.05! There’s even a category for fashion photos (the pic above came from Pic Jumbo).

YOUR TURN!

Which of these are you using? Did miss anything you want to add? Let me know in the comments below!

Have a great day,
Jane

P.S. Download this list as a PDF by clicking here.

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12 Responses

  1. Not used any however, will be going to these sites to pick the best for my business.
    Will share this as well and thanks a lot for this wonderful way to grow, share and experiment.
    Staying with Jane.
    Lourdes

    1. Awesome, Lourdes. definitely check out Unsplash. I spent about an hour on it last night and am just amazed at the quality and beauty of the photos they offer for free. -Jane

  2. Hello Jane! Me and my SIL are starting an online women’s boutique. There are several boutiques in our hometown, but they all cater to high school/college age kids and us women’s want to dress cute too 🙂 We want to sell regular size women’s clothes and include plus sizes also!

    Do you have any online tutorials on best practices for starting an online boutique and a list of wholesale places to purchase clothes from?

    Any help is much appreciated!!!

    Trying to follow a dream!
    Mindy

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