Mandy O’Neill from ConnectedNonProfit.com provided a great resource for images.
Neil Patel reported this week that Infographics, animated graphics, screenshots, graphs/charts, and even stock photography works for blog posts. He says that royalty free images performed the worst.
Feast your eyes on these:
- Unsplash http://unsplash.com/ (stunning free images)
- Death to the Stock Photo http://www.
deathtothestockphoto.com (free and paid subscription)
- Little Visuals http://littlevisuals.co/ (really great landscapes to overlay quotes for your Facebook posts)
- New Old Stock http://nos.twnsnd.co
- NASA http://www.nasa.gov/
multimedia/imagegallery/#.U- 1xy_ldWSo (all government images are free to use)
- National Park Service Digital Archive http://www.nps.gov/pub_aff/
- U.S. Department of Interior “Best” http://www.buzzfeed.com/
andrewkaczynski/the-45-best- photos-from-the-department-of- interiors-instagra#1vm4uxq (giving you the “top” list because there are almost too many images on Interior’s Flickr site)
- Picjumbo http://picjumbo.com/ (if you like images with great angles)
- Gratisography http://www.gratisography.com/ (if you’re looking for avante garde imagery)
- Getrefe http://getrefe.tumblr.com/
- IM Free http://imcreator.com/free (nice because it’s categorized, some of the images border on stock photography-looking, does require attribution)
- Jay Mantri http://jaymantri.com/ (7 new images every Thursday!)
- Public Domain Archive http://publicdomainarchive.
- Magdeleine http://magdeleine.co/ (requires attribution on some photos)
- Foodiesfeed http://foodiesfeed.com
- Picography http://picography.co/
- Comfight http://www.compfight.com (yeah, it’s royalty-free and you must attribute, but you have so many images to choose from, you can usually find quality images)