Free Unsplash Photos
Download stock images to your Assets Library
Vivid visuals are vital for building a brilliant website. To make it easier for you to get hold of beautiful and, most importantly, free images, we integrated Boxmode with Unsplash, a famous stock photo platform.
How does it work?
Anytime you want to change or add an image to your project, you can easily access Unsplash’s extensive collection of free stock photos directly from the Assets Library menu. The downloaded image will be immediately added to the Current Project folder.
Adding a stock photo to a project
To download an image from Unsplash, follow the steps below:
1) Click the image icon in the left sidebar of the editor. The Assets Library menu will appear. Head over to the Free Photos section.
2) Browse images inside one of the two tabs:
- Photos: Featured images from Unsplash;
- Collections: Photo galleries sorted by different subjects and tags.
Whichever tab you select, you can search for suitable photos by entering specific keywords in the search bar.
If you’re browsing the Collections tab, you can also filter galleries by featured tags. For this, simply click on the required tag beneath the gallery name.
3) Add the selected image to the page by dragging it to the desired area of the canvas. The downloaded photo will be automatically added to the Current Project folder.
Replacing an image with an Unsplash photo
To change the image on the canvas for a free stock photo from Unsplash, simply click on the image to call out the controls and hit Edit > Change image. The Assets Library menu will show up. From there, you can download an Unsplash photo by following the flow described in the previous section.
For your convenience, you can switch to a fullscreen mode when browsing the Unsplash library. For this, click on the corresponding icon in the top right corner of the Assets Library menu.
When in the fullscreen mode, simply click on the picture to add it to the page.
The image will appear on the canvas as a stand-alone block, so you can move or resize it as needed.
Try these tips on practice!