It’s hard to imagine an impressive landing page, digital ads or blog post without images. They can complement the text and make a potential customer remember you. If you or your company creates new visual content for every project it’s perfect, but sometimes you’ll have to take a virtual trip across dozens of stock image websites to find a great picture. Thankfully, Artificial Intelligence is here to save hours of your time. Everypixel, a smart tool to search for free images, can help you pick the most relevant and beautiful photos. Let’s see how it works.
1. Rely on AI
The game-changing feature of this search engine is a Machine Learning technology. The model recognises objects in a picture and creates tags set to make the search by keywords and categories more precise. It also evaluates the quality and style of the pictures. Thus you can find trending images fitting your needs among the first search results.
2. 23 in 1
Everypixel aggregates free images from 23 sources to search in one click. You can limit the search results to your favorite websites.
Click the image to see its size options and compare the sources and their prices.
3. Filters Image type
You can find photos or vector images to highlight your project’s ideas or search for graphics, for example, the icons for your website.
Choose vertical or horizontal images depending on where you want to place them.
Imagine you need a blue sustainability-themed image but they are all green. Choose the color with the palette or insert its code to find the images matching the palette of your blog, design project, etc.
4. Reverse image search
Do you have a reference image? Show it to AI to find similar ones. It comes in handy if you already have a perfect picture you can’t use for some reason or search for the image that would match other pictures in your project.
5. Price Comparison
Sometimes buyers pay for photos which are also distributed for free. In most cases, this is because the author can sell photos on the image agency and simultaneously upload them to the free image site, like Unsplash or Flickr, to promote their portfolio. It is a common practice among stock photographers.
But it also happens when someone is trying to get profit from free photos and uploads them to microstock image sites under his or her name, for selling. Identifying such false authors is tough. As a rule, they become known only if the authentic author of the photos will notice that someone else is selling their work.
In both cases, the buyer suffers, because he pays for what is essentially free.
In order not to spend money in vain, use Everypixel to search for those images: we provide price comparison in search results, so you can choose the best fit for your purchase.
6. Own Free Images Collection
Searching for free images is not the only thing we are excited about. Also, we have the project Everypixel Exclusive, where we upload a collection of free images from the project partners every month. This is the way to contribute to the world’s treasury of creativity.