Here is our collection of food and dinner-themed pictures available for your use. Think of things you’d find in the kitchen – that what this category entails.
We all know that eating food is usually an enjoyable experience. Our body craves the energy and nutrients, and that feeling of desire is the way to get our body to act on securing a meal. It’s worked well for thousands of years – and should keep on being a good feedback mechanism for years to come.
When we first launched Free Media Goo almost 20 years ago, there weren’t any completely-free-to-use pictures available. We set about rectifying that. Some of these pictures are from when we first started out, while others have been added throughout the years. All of these photos are free to use without attribution – though feel free to cite us if you’d like to.
There are some really good Creative Commons licensed food photo sites available. You just need to do an attribution to use those photos. Take a look at Free Food Photos below – you’ll see what I mean. You can’t use the pics without attribution though.
At some point, we might launch a gallery of photos that are free to use but require attribution. We’ve resisted this because we don’t want to complicate matters for our users, but it does limit the amount of photos we can offer up to you for use. For now, we’ve decided we’ll just link out to other sources that provide attribution-required citations. If you do use work from the following sources, make sure you abide by their license terms.
How to download our stock background photos:
You’ll find our selection of background photos below. We’ve included them all in a gallery format – you should be able to quickly scan and find any pictures that will work for your creative project. If you see one you wish to download, click on the picture. That will bring up the highest resolution image we have available. Since we’ve been on the web since the late 1990’s, we have photos in ALL different sizes. There was a time that 640×480 was considered high-definition, believe it or not.Right click on that image, and select “Save As…” to download the photo.If you have questions, please let us know. This site is run as a labor of love, so our response time might be measured in days rather than hours. But if we can help you with your royalty-free image question, we’ll get back to you at some point.