7. Amazing websites to get high quality images of black people: 90% Of Them Are Free3 min read

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These websites had me singing hallelujah .

No more going to unsplash.com and spending the whole day looking for one image of black people that one can use.

1. Nappy

These are some images from Nappy and Lord , I love their site so much , I signed up for their newsletter.

The images are high quality clean and oh , Free!.

The website is pretty easy to navigate and has a clean design

The collection is endless and I love love love.


This platform mainly showcases images of black women doing different things and then , tons of images as well of flat lay work product posts.

The images here are also versatile, also high quality images and they are plenty🙂.

Check out some pictures I got from them.

You will need to sign up to access their direct stock of free images and signing up isn’t a burden, trust me.

They email you amazing pictures weekly and of coloured people so , why would you Frank your face 🙂.

3. Women of colour in tech

I actually held my breath when this page came up like why , why hasn’t anyone thought to share this with me.

These images of women in tech are so cool.

Women working on their laptops, high-quality conference room meetings, women writing, all kinds of incredible pictures, exhibits below.

Love them , Love them , Love them.

Their pictures are only available on Flickr now which makes it a bit difficult to access, this is the major downturn of their images.

4. Tonl:

Also amazing but, the images on this site are all staged and model like not like real human interaction pictures.

They also have a paid system with the lowest being $29 monthly for 15 images and $20 for one image.

If you were looking for images for a billboard or the sort , this would be a great place to go to get some.

5. Jopwell

The images are also really cool but, they have fewer images and the images aren’t all very high quality images.

I believe these images stem from activities the company themselves hold like events and the sort.

You can still find some pictures to use mainly of office spaces, meetings and, the sort.

6. Shutterstock

Of course there is shutterstock and of course, I love their images.

High quality ,easy to access and easy to navigate website.

Only problem is , to gain access to a lot of their images , you will need to pay.

Is it affordable ? Depends on what you are using the images for. If it’s a blog post like this and you are just starting out, it may not be the best option cost wise.

7. Pexel.com

They have an amazing collection of images for black people.

High quality and diverse , these are some examples below

If you must find these images , when you land on the home page of the website, just search ” black people ” and these images will come up.

I hope this makes it easier for you to access images of coloured people when you need them.

To all our community people who have some places they visit , share with the community Biko, let us all be learning.

Was this valuable ? Have any more sites you use, do share with the rest of the community.

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