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Photos for You: Barn Images & My Day in Amsterdam

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I’m always on the hunt for high quality free photos to use, and I know many of you are the same. So today I am sharing two things: a very cool resource called Barn Images, and a series of new photos from me!

First, Barn Images, which was launched in March 2015 by Igor Trepeshchenok and Roman Drits, two photographers from Latvia. They created Barn Images to redefine traditional stock photography by creating high quality, fresh photos that are free for both commercial and personal projects (read more about their license here). They add new photos every weekday so this is a great free resource!

Barn Images

Barn Images

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In addition to all of their free images, Barn Images also has very affordably priced premium packs that you can check out. They currently have nine packs that are filled with authentic lifestyle photos, each with an unlimited royalty-free license, ready for commercial use in your projects. All at $15 per pack or $55 for all packs and any packs they release in the year following your signup. That’s $55 for hundreds of awesome Barn Images photos, all in addition to their lineup of free photos.

If you’re interested in buying a single premium photo pack or buying the year membership, you can do both here! And make sure you use the code bybrittany for 10% off of your purchase.

Barn Images

Barn Images

And now I’ve got something for you!

I’m back from vacation and had tons of amazing photo ops while traveling, so I have a new series of 28 photos from Amsterdam up.

A Day in Amsterdam

Amsterdam stock photos

Enjoy!



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Chris Singleheart

Monday 19th of September 2016

Wow! Thank you, Brittany! I anticipate featuring your work on my projects! Keep up the good work!

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