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Here are some resources that can help you to acquire images for your website. Be sure to check each site for the copyright details.
WUSTL Facebook Photo Albums Lots of good campus shots!
WashU Stock Photos provided by the office of Public Affairs
Wikimedia Commons A free media repository.
Flickr Creative Commons offers images for use as creative commons by Flickr users.
iStock Photos are royalty-free, so you only have to pay once to use images for as long as you like, in as many different projects as you want.
Unsplash truly beautiful photos that are completely free to do anything you want with. 10 new photos every 10 days.
LittleVisuals is similar to Unsplash, but they aim to publish new photos every 7 days. These guys also allow you to download their photos in handy .zip packs!
Superfamous release photos under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license, you can use them however you like – just provide credit.
New Old Stock Publishes vintage photos from the Public Archives that are free of known copyright restrictions.
Death to the Stock Photo requires you to sign up (free) – Then you’ll have high quality photos sent directly to your email every month. You get a free pack just for joining, and according to Twitter new members will soon be able to download previous photo packs too.
Pixabay A lot photos here feel very stock, but they also have a good variety of top quality photos.
Function. 100% free to do whatever you want with.
GratisPhotography is a project run by Ryan McGuire, which features new photos added each week. All pictures are completely free of any copyright!
PicJumbo recently launched and provides one quality free photo every day! Totally free photos for your commercial & personal work. Make sure you subscribe to get the new ones sent to you daily!
CanStockPhoto Royalty free stock photography. No account required.