Free Sources To Get High-Resolution Images For Your Website

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17 Nov 2021
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A common initial step challenge when it comes to getting something online is struggling to get traffic or large numbers of walk-ins on a daily basis on your website or blog. What should those add-ons be to make your already created piece more fresh and appealing? #ThinkwithNiche

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Adding images, graphics, videos, or moving charts to your website is one way to boost the number of visitors. All of these changes make your website more attractive and enjoyable to use. Thousands of foot-ins can be increased by a unique image or subtle graphic. Often, you would have encountered small changes in the loading of images, or smooth curves in graphics that make these websites nicer to attract users.

The addition of images is the most powerful of all of these strategies. So, why this strategy in particular? You've probably heard the expression "a picture is worth a thousand words."The same is true here: your subtle use of words in describing what's inside an article may not attract the reader to read on, whereas the simple application of an image can not only let the viewer feel what the image is trying to say, but also intrigue his visual senses into finding what's behind the images. Given the importance of photographs, here are a few websites that offer both free and high-resolution images.

1- StockSnap.io

StockSnap.io is a daily updated website with a vast range of high-resolution images. You can easily search for images that are related to your site, and the fact that it records your downloads makes the process much easier. Every image on the site is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license, which means you can freely copy, modify, and distribute any image on the site.

2-Unsplash
All photos on Unsplash are published under the Creative Commons CC0* license. The best part is that it comes with a lot of filters by default, so you won't have to waste time trying to think of keywords that would get you the best results. Signing up for a free account, on the other hand, will send you tailored photographs in your inbox. It also has the unusual benefit of being an image blog that may help you learn how colors and effects are displayed and the impact they have on the user.

 3- Pexels

Pexels offers thousands of searchable high-quality images that are licensed under CC0 with new images being added each month. No membership is required. Also, it provides the freedom of editing the images available on pixel besides the fact that you can choose not to mention the photographer.

*CC0- CC0 refers to the Creative Commons Zero license. Because the artist has waived their rights to their work, you can use these photos for free. Always read the terms before publishing these images, though.

4-Adobe Stock
Thousands of beautiful images, videos, and graphics from contributing creatives are available through Adobe. You will, however, be required to sign up for a $35.99 per month membership.

Burst by Shoplifts, Dreams time, Barn Images, Shutter stock, and others are all free websites with similar characteristics. You can even go through all of them to find the images that are most appropriate for your blog or website. A little bit of study can lead you to the image that can increase your website's performance.

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