Free Stock Photo Packs: Geneva

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Hey you, doesn’t it suck when you can’t find any good stock pics for a blog post? Or maybe you just need an extra sploosh of pink on your Instagram feed (you do, everyone needs more pink).

Well I went to Geneva, and I took loads of pictures. Instead of forcing them on my friends and family, I’m giving them to you, for free, to do with as you please.

What do I want in return? Nothing, I just want to see these pictures go to good use. Ok, maybe a credit (Aime Cox-Tennant or Studio Cotton) but I know what a pain it can be to fit that in, so don’t worry about it.

The images have been grouped into three packs – architecture, lake and bits & bobs – and the high res files can be downloaded here.

If you’re not 100% sure how to get the most out of stock photography, check out our old blog post: How to Work With Stock Photography.

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