New Service Finally Solves The Problem of Boring Stock Photos

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IM Creator launches ‘IM-Free’: the anti-stock photos.

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There are hundreds of thousands of images in the boring stock photos and many of them are of very bad quality, extremely overused, or just old fashioned. IM Free launched to resolve this problem.

IM Creator’s new IM FREE offers a rich collection of high-quality, free resources, all for commercial use.

IM-FREE allows the users to browse through 1000's of beautiful creative commons free photos and find an image that is exactly what they are looking for. IM-Free is a growing database and dozens of new photos are uploaded each week.

In Google alone, there are over 60,000 searches a month for the words "stock photos". People are constantly searching for photos to use in their website, brochures and for other digital needs.

IM-FREE was created by IM Creator’s in-house design team as a solution to the growing need for quality photos that are also unique and real-looking.

Getting the right image is a nearly impossible task. There are hundreds of thousands of images in free photos websites and many of them are of very bad quality, extremely overused, or just appear to be taken from 2000's websites.

IM-FREE launched to resolve this problem. No more "man with hard hat" or photos with watermarks - just beautiful, and unique photos.

As with all IM Creator products (IM Creator Website Builder, App Site and IXM Mobile Website Builder), the emphasis in IM-FREE is on the simplicity and design. Use the search box or browse through the categories to find the best photo for you.

With IM-Free, users can find a unique photo, of real people, taken by amazing photographers who posted their work on Flickr. These photos are under the creative commons attribution license, meaning that you can use all the photos for no cost as long as credit is given to the photographer.

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