Quietness Images and Photos Used on Silence Website

Quietness images

Quietness images help convey the spirit and the feeling that the Quietness dot Me website aims to evoke. Let’s make the world a quieter place.

The Internet is a collaborative effort, and I make my best effort to give credit where credit is due.

Here are the primary sources for photos and images on Quietness Me:

Free images

Unsplash – they have beautiful, free images and photos that you can download and use for any project. And they say that Unsplash images are ‘better than any royalty free or stock photos.’ You will have to judge for yourself.

Wikimedia Commons – a collection of 52,201,222 (at the time of writing) freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. The quality of the pictures varies greatly. Wikimedia Commons is especially a treasure troth for highly specific items.

Commercial Quitness Images

(including affliate links – learn more here)

Depositphotos – has more than 100 million high-quality royalty-free stock images and high-definition footage for all kinds of creative needs. Among the professional stock image providers, Depositphotos provide great value at reasonable pricing.

And they have a lot going for themselves. Among their customers are reputable companies such as Warner Brothers, Tripadvisor, Forbes, Bosch, and Saathi & Saatchi & Saatchi. Additionally, they boast a consistent high ranking on Trustpilot.

123RF – another great source to source quietness images that don’t break the bank without comprimising on quality. In fact, they claim to have the lowest stock photo prices in the market.

123RF is an enirely boostrapped company since 2005, so they ought to understand what website owners and solopreneurs are looking for. So, they offer a 100% Money Back Guarantuee ans each customer is backed by a $25000 legal guarantee. Also, they allow unlimited commercial print runs and add more than 90000 new creative works.

Own Production! – Mobile phones with a Leica camera make great pictures that you can use on the web.

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