Trending Creative Commons Images

Browse our trending creative commons images. These high-quality photographs are available under the creative commons zero license, which means they are free for commercial use.

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Creative commons zero licensed stock images - Free for commercial use

Browse our trending creative commons images. These high-quality photographs are available under the creative commons zero license, which means they are free for commercial use. Whether you’re a graphic designer, web developer, blogger or entrepreneur, our CC0 images are perfect for your next project.

What is a creative commons zero licensed image?

A creative commons zero license is a type of public copyright license that enables the free distribution of a work. What this means in simpler terms is that a CC0 license is used by a photographer to give users the right to use, and build upon a work without attribution or payment.

This means that you’re free to download our images and use them however you see fit! You can download our images, alter them, create collages, add text - anything you like! Whether you’re a web developer designing a website, a blogger who needs a cover photo, or just an artist looking to be inspired - our photos are just what you need on your next project.

Do I need to include attribution for CC0 licensed images?

Nope! No attribution is required for any photographs in our database. Copyright to these images has been waived by our photographers, which means that you can adapt and use them for any purpose - commercial or personal - without any attribution.

That being said - some users may choose to give the photographer credit for their work regardless. If you’d like to credit one of our photographers for the awesome work they’ve done, feel free to attribute them in the form of a link back to the original photo on Burst or by crediting them in the copy of your page.

Where can I find the photographer of an image on Burst?

You’ll be able to see the photographer’s name next to the image on the image download page. You can click on the photographer's name to check out more of their work if you’re interested and credit them by name with a link to their social media profiles or website if you’re prefer.

Just note - only images featured on Burst come with a creative commons zero license. Images that the photographer has made available on their own website or social media profiles are subject to their own licensing agreements and the criteria for use outlined on Burst only applies to images featured on Burst.