Have you ever wished you had the perfect photos to enhance documents, reports, websites, and social media?

Googling the perfect image is handy, but you might be setting yourself up for trouble if you’re not careful. If you use copyrighted images without permission, you violate copyright law, and the image owner can take legal action against you. And hiring a photographer to take custom photos requires time, effort, and money.

SOLUTION – Stock Photos!

Ranging from $0.25 to over $500 per image, stock photos are images that anyone can license for creative use. Rather than hire a photographer, designers can search an extensive database of photos and quickly find one that works for their project.



One of my favorite trade secrets is searching free stock photo websites to find the perfect image – at no cost! These are a few of my favorite sites:



Browse millions of high-quality royalty free stock images & copyright free pictures.





Beautiful, free images and photos that you can download and use for any project.





Pixabay is a community of creatives sharing copyright free images, videos and music.



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