The Internet is full of stock photos, and it’s never been easier finding a good-looking image that goes well with the topic of your learning content.
However, there’s a huge leap from good to great. Content deserves great images. If you’re a bit picky (and here’s why you should be), searching for a perfect image can easily take you more time than writing the content itself (read about writing e-learning content in our LearnHack #3). On top of that, the best images are usually copyrighted or at the very least come with a price tag.
Fortunately, there are some websites that are packed with high-quality creative photos that can be used free of charge.
Before you rush to the list below, don’t forget to bookmark this page; sooner or later it will prove to have been a great—not just good—idea.
These photos can often give a brand-old-new meaning to your content and elevate it to a higher level.
It’s super handy when you’re looking for hi-quality evocative photos.
I’m sure you will find the resources mentioned above very useful. Please make sure to check each website’s licensing page for specific details before you use any of the provided resources. Licence details are generally pretty easy to find. There are two licence types you’re likely to find on these sites:
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