Jeff Pearl Homes AR Blog: December 2015

20 Sources of Free Photos and More for Bloggers

 If I had the time, I could easily put together a list of 100 sources of free photos for bloggers and web designers. But anyone should be able to pick 3 or more favorite sources from this list, or find one of the many other sources of free photos. Notice that google images isn't on this list.

 As most people already know, taking your own photos is always best if you need a variety of photos for blogging. If you need higher quality photos for your website, you might want to either hire a professional photographer, or spend the money to purchase some high quality photos.

 We live in an area of Loudoun county VA where it's easy to create a collection of a wide variety of photos of cityscapes, landscapes, waterscapes, mountain views, historic, farms, barns, buildings, art, animals, sunsets, sunrises, etc, etc.

 Maybe you can find something you like from this list?

 Note on the Superfamous site that you need to credit the photographer. "The Superfamous Images are available under the conditions of a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. This means that you can use the work for your own purposes as long as credit is provided."

 

 

https://stocksnap.io/

https://unsplash.com/

http://www.gratisography.com/

http://negativespace.co/

http://www.splitshire.com/

http://littlevisuals.co/

http://www.lifeofpix.com/

http://deathtothestockphoto.com/

http://superfamous.com/

https://picjumbo.com/

http://www.imcreator.com/free

http://nos.twnsnd.co/

http://getrefe.tumblr.com/

http://lockandstockphotos.com/

http://snapwiresnaps.tumblr.com/

https://pixabay.com/

http://morguefile.com/

http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/

https://thenounproject.com/

https://www.canva.com/

 

Here are some others worth taking a look at, but not free so read terms before using.

http://depositphotos.com/

https://us.fotolia.com/

http://www.istockphoto.com/    by Getty Images

 

 

This is the view from Maryland Heights looking across the Potomac river at Harper's Ferry WV

harpers ferry wv

 Jeff Pearl | Lic in VA

Remax Distinctive

703-727-4876

Homes | Land | Farms | Historic

www.jeffpearlhomes.com

Equal Housing

 

Comment balloon 132 commentsJeff Pearl • December 29 2015 07:22AM
20 Sources of Free Photos and More for Bloggers
share
If I had the time, I could easily put together a list of 100 sources of free photos for bloggers and web designers. But anyone should be able to pick 3 or more favorite sources from this list, or find one of the many other sources of free photos… more
Neglected Home Maintenance Can Lead to Fire Hazards
share
This is one of those home maintenance items that is easily overlooked. Electric wall heaters. We have one in our upstairs master bedroom, and one in upstairs hall bathroom. Last year one quit working, we didn't really think too much about it, or why… more
Georgia Real Estate Agent Mistaken for Burglar - Held at Gunpoint
share
http://hub. onlineathens. com/blotter/2015-12-18/real-estate-agent-mistaken-burglar-held-gunpoint Lots of missing information from this story, like was the house vacant? But this scenario shows how an innocent situation can be… more
Best Brick, Stone, Concrete Cleaning Product D2
share
When I'm listing selling, and dealing with historic masonry homes, many times owners will have areas of brick, stone, or concrete that are dirty and stained from rain, leaves, dirt, and other elements. It seems like many think the best way to… more
New Construction - Contractors - Changes - Problems
share
What's wrong with the photo in this story? How would you like to be a buyer waiting and not really knowing how long a new construction project will be completed? Will these two companies ever be able to work together again? Would you worry about… more
Testing New Free Canva Photo Editor - Pros and Cons
share
The above photo I took is of a painting done by K. Howsare of Lovettsville VA. It's a jpeg 3310 x 4278 pixels. I uploaded into AR without any problem. It took about 1 minute to load, then I dragged it down to the size you see here. Next, I… more