1.Check out Flickr Creative Commons pictures (www.flickr.com/creativecommons). You may use all those pictures without fee, if you give credit to the autohr (including his/her name and/or website where you found the picture). You can choose from thousands of pictures to use.
2.The largest collection of free photos for non-commercial use can be found at FreeFoto (www.freefoto.com).
3.Free Digital Photos (www.freedigitalphotos.net) also has thousands of royalty free photos for instant download. Unlike FreeFoto their pictures are also available for commercial use.
4.Free Photos Bank (www.freephotosbank.com) photos are free to use as long as you are using them for a website, book, magazine, etc. You cannot download our photos to sell as is or modified from any source.
5.Stock.XCHNG (www.sxc.hu) has huge gallery, containing over 350 000 photos by more than 35 000 photographers. You can find a picture for your blog or wallpaper for your desktop, just go and have a look around.
6.Every Stock Photo (www.everystockphoto.com) is a search engine for free photos. You need a registration, but it’s free and without advertising and you can rate and tag photos.
7.Free Images (www.freeimages.co.uk) has over 3000 original stock photos, all for free.
8.Free Photos (www.freephotos.com) operates under the guideline: “If you need a photo, take a photo. If you have a photo, leave a photo.” And it is that simple.
9.Big Foto (www.bigfoto.com) is a royalty free photo agency that offers free download of all the pictures found on their site (but you must link and leave the reference to the source).
10.Creative Commons image search (www.creativecommons.org) helps you find hundreds of photos that are all marked with a Creative Commons license and are free to use as long as you give credit to author.