In response to the pandemic Shutterstock shares some free images and videos.
Shutterstock, a major supplier of stock assets, set up a new hub in response to the pandemic. The company has created a resource center that offers a lot of relevant material for businesses, agencies, and individuals.
The resource center offers access to curated collections and free images, videos, stock music.
Check the Shutterstock creative resources. If you first see the company’s collections of the editorial content coming from their onsite journalists. You will be able to access visual stories from different countries. The editorial content is useful for newsrooms and news sites. Shutterstock seems to have a good amount of freelance and in-house photographers who ensure 24/7 coverage of the pandemic.
If you need curated images to use in projects related to the pandemic, check the curated collections. From images of the virus to relevant photos – that’s all in there.
Last but not least, you have access to 4 valuable collections of free assets. Shutterstock is sharing everything for free. This content is not gated. Check these valuable collections and download today.
This collection of free virtual backgrounds will be handy if you use Zoom for video conferencing. These images are also useful for any other projects. The collection includes 50 images. The file is over 400Mb to download.
Shutterstock offers 50 free images to use in various projects to help your business communicate more with customers. This image pack is also free. It’s the same story – 50 free images in hi-res, the total file is over 400Mb.
Shutterstock is also giving away 12 free video clips in 4K. Download these clips and use them in any video projects. There are no strings attached.
Shutterstock is also giving away 5 music tracks. The music is actually very good. Download these tracks and use them away. All these tracks are royalty-free.
Overall, Shutterstock’s resources are useful assets to help create projects at a low cost. Check the resource hub often. The company may be throwing more assets in the mix in near future.
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