“Foodiesfeed is a resource of awesome naturally looking food photos that are completely free to download.”
Food photographers from all around the world share their photos under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license to help accomplish the ultimate goal of Foodiesfeed, to make the online space related to food more beautiful and eliminate all the ugly sterile stock photos that people still keep using.
Whether you’re a hobby or professional photographer, food blogger, passionate foodie or there are just some food photos hanging in your cloud drive that could be used by other modern creatives, join the community and help us with our mission.
Most popular photos on Foodies feed
FREE FOOD PHOTOS STATISTICS
4 033 530 Viewed photos
1 751 667 Downloaded photos
105 026 Viewed photos per month
Jakub Kapusnak started Foodiesfeed 3 years ago, completely from scratch without any programming or online marketing skills. It was a simple personal project to give away his food photos that started to pile up shortly after he got passionate about food photography.
During a few months, things escalated quite quickly and Foodiesfeed grew on popularity. Ever since, Foodiesfeed has been getting mentioned in large online magazines and blogs such as Forbes, Designmodo, Lifehacker, Buzzfeed, Ultralinx and many more as one of the best websites to get free photos.
With dozens of thousands of visitors a month, Jakub started to see an opportunity to make a real impact in the online world. But he realized it’s not possible to do it all alone. There are thousands of aspiring and professional food photographers whose pictures are much more awesome than his own.
That realization led to the transition from a small personal website to the current state of Foodiesfeed - a worldwide community of food photographers that help designers, food and nutition bloggers, social media managers, business owners and others to create beautiful things. It’s a place where a demand for world class food photos gets satisfied completely for free. It’s a place where talented photographers connect with those who need them.