Do whatever you want
The images fall under a creative commons license. You can “copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission” according to the site.
Browse the grid
Unsplash is a Tumblr blog. At first glance it’s a bit clunky and time-consuming to scroll the images one by one. However, there’s a small “archive” link at the top of the page that displays the photos in thumbnail grid for easier browsing.
Free hi-res stock photos in your inbox
If you don’t need a specific photo right away, Unsplash offers a convenient subscription service where they’ll email you 10 photos every 10 days. I keep these (and other stock image) emails organized and easy-to-find in my Gmail. I create a filter that tags these emails automatically with the label “stockphotos.”
Have you used Unsplash’s photos for your social media? Do you browse the site or get them emailed to you? Tell me in the comments!