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Free Stock Photos - Wait What?

jcowie profile image JCowie ・1 min read

The following article contains promotional info

Calling All Web Designers!

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Have you ever experienced the pain of not being able to find a high quality, non watermarked, royalty free photo for your website?

I know I have.

Well, I have came across a most useful website to sort that problem.
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Yes! The Website is called PikWizardand they pride themselves in having over 1 million High Quality Stock/Royalty Free photos available for personal and commercial use with no attribution required!

Let's take a look at the website!
Click This LinkπŸ˜‰
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Very Nice. One of my favorite features of PikWizard is the ability to login and add photos to a collection of my favorite photos. Furthermore, you can also edit photos for Free thanks to design wizard.
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Awesome, Right?

Go and check it out, you won't regret it and it will make your life way easier, you don't just have to use it for your website. You can use it many more things such as:

  • Presentations
  • Advertising
  • DEV Cover Photo!

Conclusion

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Have a Great Day :)

Posted on Jan 27 by:

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JCowie

@jcowie

16 Year Old Programmer/Web Developer/Aspiring Cyber Security Expert and the Lord of Linux.

Discussion

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Thank you for sharing this resource!

unsplash is another alternative for royalty free images.

 

No worries, I've used that before, that's also a great resource.

 

Pexels is pretty interesting too !

 

Sounds good, I'll try that out :)

 

Just to be clear, when you say free, do you mean free as in - I can open the website and download any picture - or free as in - you pay a monthly subscription and then you can download whatever you want - kind of thing?

Asking because I opened your link, clicked the first image and got redirected to stock.adobe.com where I'm asked for a monthly subscription...

Checking another picture takes me to another website where I'm asked to pay...

 

Nearly all the photos are free, but some are paid for because of affiliation.

 
 

I'll try that out too, thanks for that πŸ‘