3. Unsplash: 10 new high-quality photos released every 10 days. Released under the CC0 license.
4. Foodie's Feed: High-res food images. Free to use without attribution; however, the may not be resold.
5. Death to the Stock Photo: Free images for commercial use. Delivered monthly to your inbox. You do not have the right to claim these photos as your own.
6. Magdeleine: One free high-res photo every day (and access to a full repository of images). Use the handy filter to find images that are either public domain or require attribution.
7. Public Domain Archive: All images are completely free for personal or commercial use, no link or attribution required. I personally use this for my latest startup Due for some of the amazing whitepaper images that we're putting together for the big launch.
8. Good Free Photos: Public domain images taken by the owner of the site. Offers some good location-based images.
9. Free Range Stock: Free high-res images, registration required. It is suggested you link back to the site and give credit to the photographer, but it isn't required. You cannot resell, distribute, or claim ownership of the images.
10. Pickup Image: Searchable database of public domain images.
11. Photogen: Free for personal or commercial use, but not suitable for resale or redistribution.
12. Gratisography: Free collection of amazing images taken by photographer Ryan McGuire. All photos provided under CC0.
21. EDUimages: free library of photos celebrating students—and the educators who teach them—in seven schools across the United States.
22. Tonl: TONL seeks to transform the idea of stock photography by displaying images of diverse people and their stories around the world. Our voices and visibility matter. Photography and storytelling can help humanize and hopefully diminish the stereotypes and prejudice against black and brown people, especially. We wanted to challenge the stale, homogenous look of traditional stock photography by showcasing the many ethnic backgrounds of every day people.
23. Nappy: nappy was launched to provide beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people to startups, brands, agencies, and everyone else. Nappy makes it easy for companies to be purposeful about representation in their designs, presentations, and advertisements.
24. Jopwell: The Jopwell Collection is an album of more than 100 free-to-download stock photos featuring leaders in the Jopwell community – social entrepreneurs, editors, techies, financial analysts, recruiters, marketers, student leaders, and even an Olympian – at work.
25. CreateHerStock: Authentic stock photography featuring melanated women
30. last fotos project: Las Fotos Project’s mission is to elevate the voices of teenage girls and gender-expansive youth from communities of color through photography and mentoring, empowering them to channel their creativity for the benefit of themselves, their community, and future careers.
32. Queer in Tech: Free flickr collection of queer individuals in the tech industry
33. Vice Gender Spectrum Collection: The Gender Spectrum Collection is a stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés. This collection aims to help media better represent members of these communities as people not necessarily defined by their gender identities—people with careers, relationships, talents, passions, and home lives.
34: Disabled & Here #LGBTQ+: This stock library is a disability-led effort to provide free and inclusive images from our own perspective, with photos and illustrations celebrating disabled Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC).