13 thoughts on “Sites for Free Images

  1. Kay Wolverton Ito

    Thanks, @michael, I hadn’t heard of Pexels. Here’s a doc from a group presentation I did this fall as a Peer Mentor for 203 which has resources for images listed at the bottom, as well as resources around accessibility. One image resource that was new to me is Nappy.co for “Beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people” all under the CC0 license.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ByQB7o83YsUSDRVjyShR5iiPQDSBJTzM_8sT-B0AHBM/edit?usp=sharing

  2. Krista Schmidt

    This is a great thread! And something I need to be more aware of in my work. Often I avoid using images because I worry about copyright and permission. I just heard about Unsplash as a Google Slide Add-on this week and was going to check it out. I didn’t realize it was a website I could have already been using! Thank you for all of these great suggestions.

  3. Ashley Loria

    Thanks for all the great suggestions, everyone! The library where I work has purchased a subscription to Adobe Stock Images, so we’ve been very fortunate to have access to lots of images, but it definitely comes at a cost. These suggestions are incredibly helpful!

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