High quality images
July 14, 2022

High quality images

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Pexels

I use Pexels for finding free images, artwork, illustrations, and videos. They are mostly for our publications such as blog posts, brochures, and white papers.
  • You can create collections with the photos you save.
  • You can filter by orientation, size or even colour code.
  • And you can download it in custom size (it doesn't corrupt the original ratio which is a great feature).
  • More content for translation or language sector would be great.
  • It would be better if the download count is more visible, instead of in the `more info` section.
  • Categorisation system could be improved.
  • High quality images
  • Filtering system
  • Being free
  • cost effective - as it is free
  • time saving - as the UI and the filtering is easy
  • quality of the images gives a good impression for our clients
I know Pixabay and Unsplash and both are similar to Pexels. All of them have similar features in regards to searching, filtering, or collections. But if I am not wrong, only Pexels has the option to download an image in a customised size.

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It's a great tool for free images as well as videos if you don't want to spend any money. It's especially good for publications as they are very high quality. And the filtering is great as well which means you won't spend too much time finding the right image. But if your sector is very niche, maybe you won't be able to find so many options.