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Free stock photo banks you can use for your business
Small and large businesses regularly have to tap into photo banks. Whether it’s for their websites, social networks, advertising or printed projects, the need for quality images is constant. Over time, this leads to a lot of research and a significant amount of money. Therefore, it’s useful to have free tools that can be used from time to time to reduce the average cost. That’s why we tested 3 free and royalty-free photo banks that you can use for your projects. EveryPixel is a specialized search engine that allows searching through 51 photo banks at the same time. Combining photos, illustrations and vectors, most of them available for free, it offers a wide range of choices and many options. EveryPixel is also very easy to use. Unlike most search engines, you insert a keyword and have the option to filter your searches. One of them allows you to select areas in the image where you don’t want to perceive an object. Among others, this can be very useful when you are looking for an advertising image. Once you have chosen an image, it will present all the sources, the resolutions available and their associated prices. In the case of a free image, the price doesn’t matter, but it can be useful to compare those that you have to pay for. This search engine also offers you two other interesting features. It allows you to measure the quality level as well as to compare the search results of an imported image. To do so, you simply have to use one of your photo files or paste a URL. On the one hand, it’s interesting for those who want to measure the quality of their image. On the other hand, it’s useful to search similar images. Pexels is also a search engine that works by using keywords. One element that it adds to the search property is that it allows you to browse predefined categories. You can then easily go through what is trendy without having a clear idea in mind. With Pexels, you only have access to free files. This may limit your results, but simplify your searches if you are only interested in free images. The little extra with Pexels is that you can even download videos. It’s therefore possible to enhance your various projects with video content and thus follow the trend of video content. Free Photos is a French website that offers you free and paid photos. Even if it doesn’t filter your searches as well as the other websites, you still have the option to use keywords or to choose from a huge amount of predefined categories. photo editor. It offers you the option to import a photo file, paste a URL or start from scratch. Then, you can modify your image and also introduce text, shapes and even stickers. In sum, as you probably noticed, these three free stock photo banks integrate distinct functionalities that complement each other very well. We hope they will be useful in your projects.