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Graphics – Design/Editing

Canva uses drag-and-drop feature and layouts to design, share and print images. Use their templates to easily create stunning graphics.

Optimizilla compresses your images into the lowest file size possible without reducing quality. Upload up to 20 images and set the compression level for each photo separately. It shows you the before and after version of each photo.

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pixlr editor is a robust browser photo editor, for all your editing needs. Have full control over your images, including layers and effects.

Graphics – Images

1 Million Free Pictures is a repository of thousands of 100% free pictures!  No registration required.  No fees collected.  No annoying watermarks.  No accounts needed.  Just free pictures

Barn Images was created by two Latvian photographers as a way to help redefine traditional stock photography, proudly naming their images “non-stock”. New images are added every weekday and everything on the site is available for commercial use.

The British Library contains public domain images canned from the pages of 17th, 18th and 19th-century books. The collection (hosted on Flickr) is spectacular for any designer looking for a vintage flourish. Click over to the albums for curated images of everything from typography and decorative paper to instruments and animals.

Death to Stock Photo emails out themed photo packs for you to download for free. The images are all available to use as you please.

Everystockphoto.com is a free stock photo search engine that lets you filter for public domain image licenses. It runs its searches through a number of reputable public domain image websites including Flickr, NASA, Wikimedia and more. Be sure to double check each photo’s license by clicking on the license icon below and to the left of the photos.

Fancy Crave’s is an ever-growing collection of free stock photos. Their mission is to help photographers be discovered and help the creative community at large with quality photography. All of the photos are high resolution and curated by professional photographer, Igor Ovsyannykov.

Flickr Commons has a goal of sharing hidden treasures from the world’s public photography archives.

Foodies Feed is a collection of free food images that (thankfully) look nothing like the stiff, fake food stock photography you’re used to seeing. Their photos feature everything from baristas and back of the house coking to carefully arranged meals and produce. All images are available for commercial use.

freepic offers users high-quality graphic designs, exclusive illustrations and graphics resources in order to provide great content that can be used in both personal and commercial projects.

Free Stock Photos’ collection of stock photos and clip art contains both public domain images and images with other licenses; be sure to check the license of each image.

Jay Mantri created his own site, inspired by Unsplash, filled with stunning and scenic public domain images from around the world. His images are uploaded under the CC0 license.

ISO Republic provides free stock photos for creative professionals.

Negative Space is another contemporary hi-res photo site that releases all of their images into the public domain. You can filter by category, color and copy space—ideal for when you need an image for web design!

Old Books Illustrations provides, as you might expect, illustrations from old book.

Pic Pac photo packs aren’t necessarily free, they’re “Pay What You Want” so you can place whatever value you’d like on them. A new themes photo pack is release every Monday for purchase. All of the images are part of the public domain (CC0).

Pixabay is made up of a community of photographers that have uploaded a huge collection of high quality public domain photos, illustrations, vectors and videos released under CC0.

Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license.

Public Domain Archive is a labor of love that compiles high-quality public domain images from across the web into one giant repository. The collection includes both vintage and contemporary public domain images.

Public Domain Pictures created by Bobek Ltd., this site contains over 220,000 high-quality images.

The Public Domain Review is a well-curated selection of public domain photos, illustrations, art, audio, films, and texts.

Public Domain Vectors has a massive collection of public domain vectors that are available to download in SVG, AI and EPS formats. All images are licensed under CC0.

Realistic Shots is a collection of free stock photography that looks like anything but stock.

Snapwire Snap is a platform that connects photographers with companies in need of custom photography. Every week, seven new photos are added to this collection under the CC0 license.

SpaceX has released thousands of photos on Flickr from their missions. Best of all, they’re all in the public domain.

Startup Stock Photos is a collection of hi-resolution public-domain images focused on hip office spaces, relaxed work environments, creative brainstorms and (of course) plenty of technology. All images are under the CC0 license.

Unsplash contains over 300,000 free high-resolution photos brought to you by the world’s most generous community of photographers.

Viintage hosts thousands of inspiring public domain images from the past, including art posters and advertisements that have plenty of potential to be upcycled into something new.

Wikimedia Commons brought to you by the same genius minds behind wikipedia, this is a collection of 46,873,020 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute.

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