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- Pexels oftentimes edits imagery to achieve its own media's professional, stylized aesthetic.
- The platform is sometimes limited in features, making bloggers feel as if they need another platform for some other features.
- Advanced image search is lacking. The interface appears to be designed for beginners and not experts.
- Free plans offer an easy entry point to a huge amount of stock images.
- High-quality images are available in many different formats.
- Files can be downloaded without attribution. However, we do suggest attribution even though it is not required.
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I like Pexels because it offers a ton of free images for no cost.
Those images are nice but a lot of the time you have people that put their images on there and then ask for a link. If you don't respond, they get pretty upset and it makes for an uncomfortable conversation.
Overall though it is a great platform even though I wish it had more features like Canva. I can't complain too much though because it is free.