Do you need some spring photos for your blog, ads, quotes, presentations, etc.? Well, look no further. Here are 12 free to use any way you want spring nature photos. With modification, without modification, commercial or non-commercial.
As Spring officially arrived last week, my backyard beckoned “Come photograph me”. At least I think that’s what it said. It could have been “WEED me”.
Since, it has been way too long since I photographed anything other than food or my morning coffee, I obliged.
Photo Software: Movavi Photo Editor
The photos were edited using Movavi Photo Editor
I tried the trial version of another of their products and loved it so much I bought it and added in the Photo Editor at checkout. Once I tried the Photo Editor, I liked it so much, I had to research how to become an affiliate. If you end up purchasing any product using the links on this page I will receive a commission at no cost to you (more information here).
Movavi Photo Editor has all of the basic tools you’d expect (brightness, contrast, temperature, sharpness) plus a bunch of other great features. I really loved their filters like: Acid, Mixed Berry Smoothie, and Fever plus all of the ones based off of artists color pallets.
Here’s a sample of what I did with the software:
Obviously, I cropped it to focus on the butterfly. Then, I straightened it to the fence board in the background. I still had some blossoms from other stalks in the photo that I thought were distracting, so I removed them. Then I brightened and saturated, etc.
A few cons:
- I wish they had a more subtle vignette feature. Sometimes I want just a subtle focus on the center.
- Object removal and background removal are sloooooow. They work well, you just have to be patient.
Movavi offers all types of video, audio and photo software for Mac and Windows users. They have a Spring sale for 30% of any of its products using this coupon code: NSL17SPR30OFF. Be sure to enter that at checkout to save!
Enough of the sales pitch! On to the pictures. To save the photos just right click on it and chose save photo.
Yellow Swallowtail on a Sage blossom. If you plant native flowers they will come…
Thompson Seedless Grapes. I’m hoping for a bumper crop this year with all of the rain.
Ceanothus, aka California lilac.
Bee on a California lilac. I repeat, if you plant native flowers they will come.
Pretty pink flowers on a tree at the park. Sorry, I don’t know the name. If you do, let me know in the comments.
If you use any of the photos, I’d love to know what you did with them. Either comment below or, if you use it for something on social media, just tag me.