14 Stock Photo Sites, Free and Paid

Unsplash

Burst

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Unsplash was founded in 2013 as a Tumblr blog to empower creativity by sharing copyright-free photography. Today, Unsplash is the curated home to over 2.5 million free, high-resolution images from over 210,000 photographers. Unsplash provides apps for iOS, Android, Chrome, WordPress, Figma, and more. BuzzFeed, Squarespace, and Trello are all powered in part by the Unsplash API. Price: Free.

Pexels is a platform with hundreds of thousands of free stock photos and videos. New high-resolution photos are added daily from its community of photographers. Use the site search or browse by popular collections, topics, color, and more. Access the Photographer Leaderboard for the most views of photos uploaded in the last 30 days. Challengers can upload photos and videos to win prizes. Price: Free.

Unsplash

Home page of Unsplash

Pexels

Home page of Pexels

Picography

Home page of Picography

Kaboompics

Home page of Kaboompics

StockSnap

Home page of StockSnap

Reshot

Home page of Reshot

EyeEm

Home page of EyeEm

Shutterstock

Home page of Shutterstock

Adobe Stock

Home page of Adobe Stock

Death to Stock

Home page of Death to Stock

Westend61

Home page of Westend61

Stocksy

Home page of Stocksy

iStock

Home page of iStock

iStock from Getty Images provides access to millions of quality stock images. Search by popular categories, browse featured artists, and explore inclusive storytelling assets. iStock’s Essential collection is for everyday projects. The Signature collection is for images you won’t find anywhere else. Price: Subscription plans start at . On-demand packs start at for one credit.