Reston, VA (PRWEB) July 23, 2012
July 20, 2012 – StockPhotosforFree.com has launched to the public, providing a growing selection of over 100,000 completely free stock photos that can be used in all types of projects (even commercial!), and there are never any fees.
StockPhotosforFree.com is sponsored and paid for by the subscription-based stock video company, Video Blocks, which hopes to gain brand recognition and educate the market on the value of stock video as a complement to stock photos.
“Stock Photos for Free is a great way for us to interact with the creative community in a whole new way,” says Video Blocks CEO, Joel Holland. “Since Video Blocks is only interested in selling stock video and audio clips, we’re able to launch this completely free resource for stock photography without hurting our core business. It provides great exposure for us, and an invaluable library of photos for those who use it.”
The initial archive of 100,000 images on Stock Photos for Free is mostly comprised of still frames that were pulled from HD videos on VideoBlocks.com. However, new photos are added daily, including super high-resolution shots from professional photographers, all of which are available for free.
Each photo on StockPhotosforFree.com comes with a royalty-free license agreement that allows users to use the images in all types of projects, both commercial and non-commercial, for worldwide distribution, forever. There are never any licensing fees. With such a wide array of categories and subject matter, it is easy to browse pictures and download the perfect image in one simple click.
To start downloading the free stock photos, simply visit http://www.stockphotosforfree.com and register for a free account. All it takes is an email address or Facebook account to get signed up. Once registration is complete, users can download an unlimited number of stock photos—there are no usage caps or restrictions.
“We are really excited to see Stock Photos for Free grow over time. This could be a revolutionary way for people to enhance their creative projects at absolutely no cost,” says Holland.