Hi there, my name is Daniel.
Back at the end of 2014 I really wanted to make some high-quality Christian stock photography available for FREE because I believe in giving to equip the Church.
Since then, in my spare time, I collect and curate the best ‘CC0‘ images that are great for churches to use from around the internet, as well as take some myself, and share them with you through Freely.
I honestly cannot believe how many people now use the site and I love hearing the stories of the churches and projects being helped.
A huge thanks is owed to the generous photographers around the world who donate their images and talent, as well as all the backers to the Kickstarter project to rebuild the site.. these awesome people are listed below!
If you’d like to get in touch I’d love to hear your story: email@example.com
PS If you are a complete legend and want to say thanks for the time it takes to run the site... Click here to Buy Me A Coffee… I have four kids so work best caffeinated!
All photos published on Freely Photos have been gathered as licensed under Creative Commons Zero, or equivalent.
You can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free of charge, including for commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or Freely Photos.
This site has been made possible by...
In Jan-Feb 2018 the site was in desperate need of a rebuild so I ran a Kickstarter project to fund this. The amazing generosity of the people listed below made this possible, I will always be thankful for you!!
Adam Hougham, Adrian Hodder, Allen McMullen, Andy Sochor, Anne Rosa, Becky Isaac, Ben Thorp, Christopher Lord, Colin S Baldwin, Community Christian Fellowship, D Saunders, David Postolache, Dawayna Perry, Dennis White, Henrik Elias Kristensen, J.D. Wininger, Jon Cousins, Jacob Hilton, Joseph Hooper, Keena, Levi Neil, Michelle E., Pablo, Paul Syrstad, Paul Tyler, Phil G, Philippe Alves, Rock Harbor - Morro Bay, Sam Cordingley and Tom Hartley.
As well as those listed above many others donated but preferred to remain anonymous, I am equally thankful to those people too.