Do you want to discover what stands behind your favorite brands?
What makes them as impressive as we know them? With whom do they join forces in order to deliver the best products and services imaginable?
In this post, we are going to uplift the veil of secrecy and introduce you to the 13 major resources of stock images and illustrations that are used in TemplateMonster digital products.
Today, we are going to reveal 13 top photobanks that work with TemplateMonster. The digital marketplace is proud to have one of the most impressive collections of ready-made themes that are suited to be used for all purposes imaginable. The sleek and professionally-crafted layouts include impressive visuals that provide for the better content comprehension. What are the sources that distribute the high-quality visuals to the marketplace?
Do you want to make your own web resource just as impressive?
Check out the following list.
Splitshire provides a collection of high-quality images that are suited to be used for commercial purposes at no cost.
In addition to the impressive collection of free stock images, there is a gallery of free videos that you can use for posts and pages of your site. The categories of free visual content are various. Here you can find everything starting from some abstract topics and ending with the niche-specific categories like wedding, nature, fashion, animals, etc. There is a collection of mock-ups that will be of the great use for the creative web designers.
Kaboompics is a service created by one photographer.
Karolina takes all the photos that are available on the page. Service, apart from great, free, high-quality photos, has several unique features: Instead of one, there is always a series of photos taken from different angles and perspectives, so you can choose the photo you enjoy the most. Every photograph has a color palette next to it. Each color has its code ascribed to it. You can download the color palette and graphics for free. The site is usable, featuring the advanced search form for the quicker and easier browsing if the photos from different categories. You can always subscribe to their newsletter to receive bonus content (like exclusive photo bundles).
Morguefile was founded back in 1996.
Launched as the free image exchange platform for creative professionals, it still remains one of the top photo stocks providing stunning visuals for free personal and commercial use. At Morguefile, you can browse collections of photos and videos that were added by other creatives or upload your own photos and videos. They accept images of different styles, featuring various effects. Are you looking for the magazine-like pictures or you'd better prefer more realistic images? There are a quality pics that will match your needs.
Dreamstime offers one of the biggest collections of free visuals on the web.
This is the must go-for photo stock for everyone searching for high-quality photos, video footage, illustrations, vectors, and even audio. There are more than 79 million of stock images stored. In addition to the free pics, they charge $0.20 for download of certain stock photos that are available in their collection. It's easy to come across the necessary pieces of data thanks to the advanced search form and handy filters.
Barnimages was launched by 2 photographers from Latvia in 2006.
All images that you can find in their collection are absolutely free of charge. If you wish, you can contribute some cash to support the website. New images are being added on the daily basis. The gallery includes only realistic images that have nothing in common with stock photos (in the way that we got used to understanding it).
Libreshot offer a rich selection of images for blogs and websites.
Both personal and commercial use is allowed. In order to make it easier for you to find the necessary pieces of visual content, the collection of free images is divided into several categories. These include business, architecture, nature, close-up, people, and technology. The photos can be used online and offline, without the need to mention the authors.
Everypixel is a stock image search engine powered by A.I. with price comparison option.
It gives you access to 222 million images and becomes the first search tool that covers all stock photos across the web. It crawls through the repositories of all 51 free, microstock and premium stock image websites, and allows users to search through a massive database of stock photos in seconds. Everypixel was created to make stock image search handy. It gives you the high level of control while searching. Search engine filters for a keyword, a color, an orientation (horizontal/vertical) and author depending on what you need.
Publicdomainvectors offers copyright-free vector images in popular .eps, .svg, .ai and .cdr formats.
You can edit, distribute and use the images for unlimited commercial purposes without asking permission. Additionally, there are two open source tools available on site, SVG editor where you can edit vectors in SVG format, and SVG generator, a useful tool for generating random vectors.
Foodiesfeed is a resource of free naturally looking food photos that will be of the great use of food bloggers.
The pictures are shared by the food photographers from all around the world. The images are provided under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. The ultimate goal of Foodiesfeed is making the food-related web more beautiful and appealing. They share high-quality stock images in order to make your personal or business site look appetizing and more luring to the true gourmets.
Old Book Illustrations is a constantly growing database of pictures scanned from books and magazines published between the 18th and the early 20th century.
All of these pictures are provided free of charge and without any usage restriction, as they are in the public domain in most countries. They pursue healthy eclecticism in the content that's made available and include illustrations from novels, children's books, reference books on plants, animals, medicine, and more. The site offers various resolutions of clean, restored illustrations, as well as full-resolution raw scan images.
Jeshoots includes a collection of free stock photos that you can use literally everywhere.
The founder of JESHOOTS.com Jan Vasek is a big fan of all the things connected with web design. So, he delivers high-quality stock photos and PSD mockups that webmasters and entrepreneurs can use on their own web project at no cost. The categories of freebies include everything starting from nature and ending up with the virtual reality technologies.
Magdeleine is a collection of hand-picked free photos.
Pictures can be filtered to show only if they are in the public domain or require attribution, as well as if they have a particular color as the dominant color. You can also search for photos or browse them by category, like Objects or Technology, or by popular tags, such as #Landscapes or #Mountains.
RFclipart is a vector-only stock agency, founded in 2010 by two friends and business partners.
The clientele is spread across the globe in 136 countries. They offer vector images in EPS for sale at very reasonable prices, helping graphic designers from all over the world to save their precious time while they are busy with their own ideas.
Moose photos is a photo library created by Icons8 team. Photos are made in one style, with the same light and angle, so they are easily mixed in one design.
If thousands of photos are not enough to express your ideas, you can create your own realistic or absurd images (from models, objects, and backgrounds of Moose stock) using a free tool called Photo Creator.
These are 13 photo stocks used by TemplateMonster.
The quality and diversity of their visual content impress. The collections include literally everything that you may need for the launch of the niche-specific online project.
If you enjoyed any of them, go ahead and download quality visuals for free!