We are a free stock photo community where photographers & artists can share their own photos and artwork with people from all over the world.

Burst was launched to help entrepreneurs make better products, websites, and marketing campaigns.

Most of the pictures are original photos that were taken in-house and are themed around trending business niches — everything from DIY beard oil to Aliexpress LED sneakers.

However, if you're choosing to go the free route--and really, why wouldn't you?

--it can be confusing to know how you're allowed to use the photos, and what (if any) attribution is required.

The site also has a very handy search feature making it easy to browse through the thousands of images available.

In addition, the site tracks views and downloads so you can find the most popular photos available.I've done my best to specify which license each site uses. You're free to use the images for personal or commercial purposes, but you cannot claim ownership of them. Split Shire--Free photos with no copyright restrictions. 1 Million Free Pictures--Free amateur public domain images.However, please do your due diligence before using images from the sites below, particularly if plan to use them for commercial purposes. Pixabay--A huge database of public domain images 2. Free to use without attribution; however, the may not be resold. Death to the Stock Photo--Free images for commercial use. You do not have the right to claim these photos as your own. Magdeleine--One free high-res photo every day (and access to a full repository of images). What they sometimes lack in quality they make up for in quantity. pdpics--Public domain images taken by their in-house team of photographers. Flickr: Creative Commons--Access to all Flickr photos sorted by license.Burst is a resource from Shopify that provides free stock photos for entrepreneurs.All photos are licensed under Creative Commons CC0 and can be used as you see fit.Not only are a lot of these stock photos tacky, but they cost a lot of money!