Blogs are where our users can showcase their favourite images and explain more about their work
I was recently looking across blogs posts for inspiration for a design; colour was what called out to me. What colour did I (predictably) pick for February? Red. So yeah I fell for it and let Valentine's day take over the focus of the entire month on FreeImages!
Love the Red.
(find more valentine's images in our valentines image collection)
Lots of excellent images were uploaded to freeimageslive last year, and some major updates to the site and search have made real improvements for visitors. We've also done lots of work properly cataloguing our house image collection to make images easier to find.
As we've done at this time of year before, here's a retrospective of some or our favourite user uploads
The images here were selected for several reasons, technical merit, usefulness as stock photos, and in some cases just the emotional response they generated.
Our pick of the latest 1000 images added to the site: Thanks to all contributors who shared their work! Here's to the next 1000.
(we seem to have a bit of a food and party theme going on here, appropriate for this time of the year...)
I started being a local writer, basically and maybe just to express my deep emotions. I am very sensitive, emotional, expressive and instinctive that at times I put a deeper meaning of something that I see, feel or hold. When I stopped writing, I felt like I took away something that is a part of me. Then a lot of adversities come my way. I started to ask a lot of questions that can't be answered, I have gone through some depths to find an answer. So I came across the idea of meditation.
Recently I read a few forum threads talking about how strict stock photo sites can be with their submissions. Only accepting a small percentages of those submitted to them.
Part of the reason though is people coming up with the same old thing. There is probably a million and one photographs online of pretty beaches. And you can replicate this for so many other topics. The microstock agencies simply don't need them.