Archive for the ‘Stock Photos’ Category

Deal of the Week: 67% OFF on 70 Million Stock Photos

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Advertise here via BSADepositphotos is a platform that brings authors of high-quality licensed stock photos, graphics, vectors and videos together. 75+ million files. 24/7 support in 20 languages. Now, you can nab either 100 or 200 images of your choic...

The Three Photo Effects in Luminar You’ll Fall in Love With

Advertise here via BSAEvery image, in every webpage you work on, should be flawless in terms of its quality, and its ability to fit with the concept or idea behind the page. An image should also fit in contextually with the accompanying text. These con...

Free Download: Guacamole UI Kit

Advertise here via BSANeed help with pixels and vector shapes in Photoshop, Adobe Xd or Sketch? The Guacamole UI kit will get you going. Whether you feel like designing an eye-catching look book in Photoshop, a spicy app in Sketch, or a sweet sweet int...

Unsplash Adds New API and Like Buttons

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Unsplash, the popular free photos site with no restrictions on image usage, recently unveiled a new set of features and tools for its users. To begin with, much like Facebook and other social networking sites, Unsplash too has a “like” feature now....

Pexels – Free Stock Photos with API Available

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Advertise here via BSAPexels started a year ago and has since evolved to a huge database with a lot of amazing free stock photos. To grow Pexels even further they had recently rewrote the whole application and released Pexels 3.0. You can like photos t...

Placemat – Some Pretty Nice Placeholder Nouns for Sites

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Advertise here via BSAPlacemat got some pretty nice placeholder nouns for your site. The three current endpoints are https://placem.at/people, https://placem.at/places, and https://placem.at/things. Any one of those will actually give you a valid image...

Beautiful Placeholders using Images from Unsplash

Unsplash.it is beautiful placeholders using images from unsplash. Just put your image size (width & height) after our URL and you’ll get a placeholder. You can easily get a random image by appending ?random to the end of the url; Get a blurr...