Reshot may give users access to hundreds of photos of free, but there is one thing that makes them stand out from the rest. This platform gives you “an irrevocable, nonexclusive copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use photos from Reshot for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the photographer or Reshot.”
In their FAQ section, they say you’re more than welcome to edit photos as you see fit. Their selection comes from an assortment of photographers either looking to get more exposure or through partnerships. Talk about a bang for your buck!
Getting into the actual photos, those offered are definitely high-quality and don’t come off like your traditional stock images. Unlike commonplace categories, Reshot also offers different “packs” including everyday technology, flat lay, and diversity matters.
Another standout feature of Reshot is their website copy and suggestions for other searches. When you search for a photo, each page comes with an introductory paragraph about your search. For example, if you search “tree”, Reshot tells you how they’ve compiled a list of various trees and how you can also search for “nature,” “forest” and “woods”.
One thing to keep in mind with this site is that it doesn’t have as many photos as some competitors. Some searches will only yield a page or of results whereas other sites may have over a dozen pages. You will, however, see trending photos and searches on their homepage, should you need some help with what to search.
That doesn’t mean this is a website you should overlook. At the end of the day, their photos are still free, high-resolution, and even available for commercial use. Reshot also welcomes contributing photographers as well, indicating their stock is only growing.
You won’t find this community on Google Play or the App Store, but they’re easily accessible via email.
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