Each of us has diverse customers and serve diverse communities. The people who buy from us want to see cultural diversity reflected in the photos we use to market to them. WE Stock United provides affordable, royalty-free stock photography that celebrates and honors all ages, shapes, abilities, and colors. That’s why it’s my choice.
– Jules Taggart of Content Strategist
Though I would recommend signing up for an account with a site like Getty if you can afford it, Pixabay is an excellent (and free) alternative. And with a library of almost 800,000 images, you’re likely to find at least a few that suit your purposes. You might also consider searching Flickr. Though it’s not a stock photo site, it still offers many still high-quality, royalty-free images.
– Steven Buchwald of Buchwald & Associates
We use iStock for all of our images. There are different levels and subscription or one-off pricing, but you can almost always find something that is really good for not much money. And it’s part of Getty so it has a huge catalog compared to some of the other sites we have tried.
– Copley Broer of RadPad