Today, I would like to recommend some free-to-use photo sites. These sites have one thing in common: they all abide by the CCO agreement created by the Creative Commons Organization. Once the picture is uploaded by its author, the author will automatically give up the copyright of the picture and let everyone use it freely.
Pixabay is one of my most popular photo sites, with about 920,000 photos, vector images, and artwork available for download, free of charge. The same image provides a variety of resolution specifications, including the original size, which users can download at will.
Unsplash is a pure photo sharing site, and all photos can be downloaded for free even without registeration. The site itself is beautifully designed and offers various photos, all of which are stylish and suitable for wallpapers.
According to Pexels official statement, it currently has about 30,000 photos, and at least 3,000 high definition images every month are uploaded by community and other free photo sites like Unsplash, gratisogra, etc. You can always find the right pictures every time you visit.
Visual Hunt has a large number of images, and can be filtered by color by clicking the color block under the search bar.
A website adopts a rabbit as its mascot. As well as the website design, it has a large number of very creative or theatrical images.
From the website design to the pictures, they are all in exquisite style and the web page is like a beautiful postcard. There are may Street beats and scenery work. Strongly recommend!
Along with photos and design materials, there are also templates and icons. Designers are welcomed to visit.
The idea behind the website is to provide a photo with a story rather than a sugary water slide. If you are interested, find some pictures and try to discover the story behind the photos.