- Where to find free stuff #2: Royalty-Free Music
- Where to find free stuff #1: Royalty-Free Stock Footage
Here is the 3rd article of where to find free stuff. In this list you’ll find the best websites that have royalty-free pictures and vectors to use in your personal and commercial projects at no cost. Free pictures can be very useful to use in your demos or if you wanna show off a template you’re selling. While free vectors can just be time savers in general as you can import them into After Effects easily and use them as masks and whatnot. Here is the list:
Vecteezy has a huge library of free vector art, vector graphics, illustrator brushes, vector wallpaper backgrounds, silhouettes, etc. Very easy to navigate, just don’t get caught in clicking on an advertising.
Freepik is probably to easiest way to find what you’re looking for as it categorizes free photos, vectors, psd files, etc. Freepik’s library also includes pics from other websites.
Morguefile is specialized in free photographs. The navigation is pretty easy, so there’s no risk of clicking on an ad that brings you somewhere else. Just type what you’re looking for in the search field.
This website is not focused on free pics or vectors but has such a nice collection of freebies that I wanted to put it in this article. In the Freebies you’ll find a lot of really nice vector packs, brushes, and even photoshop actions.
Freerangestock is specialized in free stock photographs. It will need a free subscription but definitely worth it if you’re searching for high quality photographs.
On All-silhouettes you’ll find…. all kinds of silhouettes! You’ll find a plethora of huge packs of themed silhouettes that can be really useful in After Effects as alpha matte and whatnot.
That’s it folks. These are for me the best websites out there to find royalty free pictures and vectors. If you know any more, just let us know in the comments!