Your publications deserve the best stock photos and videos! With Flipsnack you have access to them directly in our Design Studio, no need to search for them in other places. You can find it all at just a click away, available all the time, quicklier and easier.

Choose from thousands and thousands of photos and videos from Unsplash, Pexels and Pixabay. High quality photos and videos made by photographers and videographers, easy to use and the most important aspect: free!

Save your time and use stock photos or video. Free for commercial use, no copyright restriction, no attribution required!

Where do you find them?

Go to your Flipsnack account, at My flipbooks and select the flipbook you want to edit. Click the Photos or Videos section and simply search for the one you want to use. If you want to search for something in particular use the search box and type what you are looking for.

Check out this article for more information on that.

Simple! Select the photo or video you want and use the drag and drop feature. Now your publication will look more beautiful and engaging for your readers.

Now it’s possible to add GIFs and stickers to your publications, learn more about Giphy integration.

More options for your photos and videos

Want to edit them? Select the one you want to edit and play with filters, styles, sizes, positions or orientation.

You can also copy, paste or delete your photo or video, move forward, backward or align it.

When you have two or more photos and videos on a page you can select them to group and ungroup them.

If you want a photo or video to be added to all your pages, simply click the button “Add on all pages”.

Whether you work all alone at a publication or with your team and you want all your photos or videos to be stuck to a certain placement on the page, use the lock button.

Place the photo or the video wherever you want or use them to cover both pages fully.

To add more interactivity in your publication, select the photo or video you want, go to the Action section and select from “Open a link”, “Go to a page” or “Open a popin”. Your readers will love it and have a more engaging experience.

Curious enough? Explore our gallery and find the perfect photos and videos for your publications!

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