Enhance Your Designs With Free Stock Photos from Shutterstock

PicMonkey's massive stock photo library is powered by Shutterstock. Basic subscribers have access to a million photos, while Pro subscribers have access to millions more!

Shutterstock's huge library of assets helps creators, entrepreneurs, and small business owners realize their design dreams and achieve their creative goals. You’ll find everything you need, from fashion to food, travel to interiors, people to animals, and so much more.

Access Shutterstock photos in PicMonkey

The process of including a Shutterstock photo in your design is 100 percent seamless. When you’re working in PicMonkey, just click the Photos & Videos tab and you’ll immediately see a collection of available photos. To find one that fits your needs, use the search bar at the top of the column. Once you pinpoint your desired photo, click and drag it into your design. 

One of the best parts of this arrangement is that you don’t have to worry about copyright issues, licensing fees, or any administrative tasks. The Shutterstock photo library can be used in any way, at any time—without limits.

Use stock photos in millions of ways

There are so many ways you can use Shutterstock photos to add beauty, style, and energy to your designs. Put them in your social posts and watch your engagement numbers skyrocket. Swap them with the photos in our templates to make sure your invites, announcements, and fliers are unique and original. Use them for your homepage hero and wow your visitors from the moment they enter your website.

With PicMonkey and stock photos, the design possibilities are endless. 
Molly Shapiro

Before joining the PicMonkey editorial team as a senior writer, Molly wrote about topics as varied as politics, finance, global health, and online dating. As a fiction writer, she’s published two books, both available on Amazon through totally non-sketchy retailers. A midwestern transplant who now calls Seattle home, Molly firmly believes that the Space Needle is way cooler than the Eiffel Tower.