So, you have fixed the date, choose the time, and you now have a clear picture of what you wish to present to your attendees. Yes, all these details are very important, but there is one more thing that can play an important role in this process; webinars need to be visually attractive, too.
The good news is that you don’t need to spend money on that. The Internet is full of free photos and other materials such as videos or icons that you can use to make your webinars unforgettable.
Unsplash started because of a simple problem. They had extra photos left over from a photo shoot and didn’t want them to go to waste. Now, two and a half years later, they’d be serving up hundreds of millions of photos a month.
You can copy, modify, distribute, and use the photos for free, for both commercial and personal webinars without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash.
They have a variety of photos, enough to make wonderful webinars people will talk about.
Their pictures are completely free to be used for any kind of webinar you want to make. You can modify, copy and distribute the photos without asking for permission or setting a link to the source.
Currently, you can choose from over 3,800 free stock photos. Every week at least 70 new high-resolution photos are added. All photos are hand-picked from photos uploaded by their users or sourced from free image websites. Only creative photos from reliable photographers are added to their photo database.
You can be sure that your webinar will be special!
This is the place where photographers; both professionals and amateurs, can share their images and donate them to the public domain. All the photos on this site can be used freely for your webinar conferences and other presentations, without asking. You can edit, apply filters, crop, resize, and merge them however you like.
If you need ordinary photos, this is the place for you!
Stock Up is a search engine that aggregates stock photos from dozens of free stock photo sources. They have a large database of free stock photos and not only that, here, you can find mockups, videos, sound effects, fonts, icons – practically everything you may need for your webinars.
In the course of almost ten years of photography, Daniel Nanescu has accumulated many files, being in the hard disk and gathered dust. He created SplitShire with the simple aim of giving life to photographs that would have gone into oblivion without any utility. Here, he is sharing all of his personal shots with the public for free, which is a great source for every webinar use.
It’s clear that the guy knows how to do a photo shoot, which makes selection a bit difficult, but I’m sure you’ll find a perfect piece for your webinar. Even if the topic is about wedding organization!
Even though all these photos are free and can be used without asking for any permission, I’m encouraging you to give credit to the photographers, since they are generously donating their photographs to be used by the public. A simple credit like ‘Photo by…’ or the listed names of sources on some of the webinar pages will always be highly appreciated!