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Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - free stock images

In a previous post I shared some free stock images via Unsplash. They’re free for commercial use. Unsplash has a lot more images, but the download I featured was curated to help save some time and preserve the images.

Today, I’ve done the same thing only this time the curated images are from Startup Stock Photos. Just like Unsplash, they’re free to use and distribute via a public domain license.

You can download them individually from their site. However, to make things easy I downloaded them all and put them in a single folder. I resized the images to make the download smaller, but they’re still around 2700×1800—more than enough for your elearning courses.

You can download entire folder of free stock images here.

Articulate Rapid E-Learning Blog - free stock images via StartUp

Don’t stop there. Take advantage of all of the other free downloads in the community:

If you’re in need of free resources and stock images these should help. Enjoy!


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7 responses to “80 Free Stock Images Perfect for E-learning”

April 14th, 2015

Great share Tom!

Thanks, for all the freebies. I will use them on my training projects and on my website.

Leggi la traduzione (autorizzata) in italiano di questo post qui: http://www.mosaicoelearning.it/blog/?p=3082

April 16th, 2015

I do appreciate this resource. However, I’m surprised by the lack of diversity. Just about all the people are pictured are white, which is not the case in most workplaces.

@Jeanne: you can contact them. I just share the free images.:)

I know when I’ve come across something special; knew it after reading two articles.
Thanks, Tom. What a great resource you provide!

May 1st, 2015

@Lee: thank you for the kind words