In the past, we featured posts called, How to Find and Use Free Images for Your Flyers, Websites, Blogs and More as well as 4 New Free Sites to Improve Your Flyers, Websites, Blogs & More.
We received several emails of thanks after these posts went live. After all, rabbis and educators are always on the lookout for sites that offer high-quality images that they can use to help advertise their events and programs.
However, many stock photography websites are either too expensive to subscribe to or seem to have too many cheesy images of stuffy characters in suits that would make even the least fussy amongst us cringe.
In this post, we will highlight several other sites that we have recently come across that can be of service to all rabbis and educators who make their own flyers or manage their own websites. Here are four new ones:
1) Little Visuals is a simple yet wonderful free resource. Anyone can sign up to receive seven high-resolution images zipped up in your inbox every Thursday.
2) Like the website above, Life of Pix offers high-resolution photos with no copyright restrictions. Added weekly, all images are donated to the public domain, courtesy of Leeroy, an advertising agency in Montreal and its trusted network of photographers.
3) Offering free stock imagery that you can use for any purpose, Startup Stock Photos even allows you to contribute and add your own free pictures.
4) Reuven Weber, who covers Jewish education around the world, recently tweeted about this Canva blogpost that lists a whopping seventy-five websites in which you can find awesome free images and stock photos for all of your needs.
We hope that you’ve found this roundup helpful. And, don’t forget to read our earlier blogpost that is already helping rabbis and organizations when it comes to design called, Meet Canva: The Graphic Design Tool Every Organization Must Know About & Use.