In 2015 I’ve postet an article about unsplash.com. I like the concept a lot and so I decided to advertise about this website again.

Unsplash.com offers free photos to be used for whatever you want (also for commercial projects). The images are very good quality and high-res. Here an example what you find when you enter the string  “car”:

No need to sigh-up, no membership, you can download right away. Unsplash just asks to credit the website and the photographer.

Licensing

The photos can be used under the following license:

Licence

All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free. You can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is appreciated when possible.

More precisely, Unsplash grants you an irrevocable, nonexclusive copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use photos from Unsplash for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the photographer or Unsplash. This license does not include the right to compile photos from Unsplash to replicate a similar or competing service.

(source: unsplash.com)

Sammlungen

Besides keyword search, you’ll find collections, which have been set up by users to group photos of a certain topic. E.g. “Endless Summer”:

Exampes from the collection “Work at Home”:

Take part!

Unsplash is a great source for all who need photos to “decorate” websites, create vinyl covers, brochures or posters.
Ive uploaded also photos to Unsplash, because: give and take!

Is Unsplash the end of professional photography? I don’t think so. Some thoughts from Mikael Cho, co-founder of Unsplash.

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