StockPack – Stock photos from Unsplash, Adobe Stock and more


Optimized image search in WordPress for Unsplash, Adobe Stock, Getty Images, iStock, Pixabay, Pexels and Depositphotos. You can switch between providers to compare the images.

This plugin adds a media library tab for instant image search. It streamlines the process of finding and inserting stock images in WordPress.

430 million+ images available via StockPack. Direct download to save at least 50% on time and bandwidth!

With this WordPress plugin, you will get access to a 430 million+ images from your favorite stock image providers, currently including:

  • Adobe Stock
  • Deposit Photos
  • Getty Images
  • iStock
  • Pexels
  • Pixabay
  • Unsplash

More providers will follow.
Watermarked assets can also be used for testing as demo images.


We provide year-round priority email support. You can reach us anytime at, or you can create a ticket on the WordPress support portal here.

A free account is only required after a certain limit. You will be able to register from the WordPress admin or at

Provider details

  • Unsplash
    All images on Unsplash are available for search and download directly in the plugin. You don’t need to register on Unsplash prior to using the plugin. Captions are automatically created for attribution as Unsplash recommends. An api key from Unsplash is not required. The last count provided by Unsplash is 1.5M+ images

  • Adobe Stock
    Images from Adobe Stock can be searched, downloaded, as well as licensed. You can download watermarked images from Adobe Stock for testing purposes. You do not need an api key from Adobe Stock. To license images you will need to connect your Adobe Stock account. The last count provided by Adobe Stock is 90M+ media assets.

  • Getty Images
    You can search and download all images on Getty Images instantly with the plugin. You can download watermarked images for testing purposes for up to 30 days. An api key from Getty Images is not required. To license images you need to connect to your Getty Images account. The last count we managed to find was 200M+ assets combined with iStock.

  • iStock
    You can search and download all images from iStock directly with the plugin. You can download watermarked images for testing purposes. You do not need an api key from iStock. Licensing images is only possible if you connect your iStock account. The total number of assets available on iStock is not publicly available, but the company suggests that Getty and iStock provide access to 200M+ combined.

  • Pixabay
    You can search and download all images on Pixabay instantly with the plugin. No account is needed to use Pixabay. As Pixabay recommends the attribution is already generated for you. You do not need an api key from Pixabay. The last count we could find for the number of assets from Pixabay is 1.7M+.

  • Pexels
    All images on Pexels can be searched and downloaded directly with the plugin. You do not need an account to use Pexels. The Pexels attribution is automatically generated for you. The Pexels api key is not required. The last count we could estimate for the number of assets from Pexels is 3.5M+.

  • Depositphotos
    Every asset on Deposit Photos is available within the plugin search. You do not need a Deposit Photos account to search or download images. Licensing from Deposit Photos is available, you will need to connect your account to use it. You do not need an api key from Deposit Photos. The last count from Deposit Photos is 130M+ media assets.


  • Searching images
  • Inserting images
  • Licensing images
  • Settings page


  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/stockpack directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
  3. Open media library and go to the StockPack tab as highlighted in the first screenshot


Is this free?

Yes, the stockpack account has a free plan and the plugin is free.

When will my favourite provider be supported?

We are aiming to support all providers that give us api access. However that takes time and we prioritize based on request. Open a support ticket for your provider if one doesn’t exist and we will take that into account. If a ticket exists already, add a comment there so that it gets more priority.

Can I load images from my own source?

We are considering adding Google Photos, Dropbox as well as Amazon S3. Please create a support forum request so that we can see how much demand there is. If you already find a thread for that, please comment on it.

How do I use it?

There is a step by step guide available at

Can I use multiple providers?

Yes, you are allowed to change the provider you want to use at any time. You can do that from the stockpack dashboard or from the select inside the plugin.

Can I restrict the number of providers?

Yes, you can remove some of the providers using the stockpack_providers filter. You can read more about it at

Can I change file names for SEO?

Yes, enable this setting from the settings page and you will be able to overwrite file names

Can I download multiple images at the same time?

When you select an image you will see that in the bottom right corner there is a small download button. If you use that, you won’t get redirected to the Media Library tab, and you can use that for all the images you want to download. If you are inserting a gallery, all the downloaded images will be added to the selection.

Can I use the images for free?

There are some providers like unsplash and pixabay which allow you to use the images for free, but certain conditions apply. Some providers like Adobe Stock or Deposit Photos will require you to create a subscription to get access to the images.
You can read more about free images licensing at

Where can i learn about filters, actions, cli commands available?

The available filters actions and cli commands for stockpack are documented at StockPack Documentation . You can also contact us if you have a request for a filter or action and we will consider it.

Can I generate captions for attribution for all images including the featured image caption?

Yes, you can enable fields that generate the caption and also display the caption for featured images. You can read more at: How to provide image credit in WordPress

Can I use this on multisite with a global token

Yes, you can define a global token using the STOCKPACK_TOKEN constant in your wp-config.php file like so:
define( ‘STOCKPACK_TOKEN’, ‘your-token-will-go-here’ );
This will allow sites to set their own tokens via settings page, but if they don’t add one they can use the global token.


August 16, 2022 1 reply
I had an error (WSOD) with OxygenBuilder and this plugin and the developer went back and forth with me for DAYS trying to figure it out. A clean install actually solved the problem. StockPack is a must have for any growing website. It's a real timesaver, and it really is a full featured plugin, unlike some on this marketplace. None of the competitors I've tried have come close to the functionality that StockPack provides. I use it on all my websites.
October 19, 2021
I was literally able to search for 5 images and I get a popup telling me I have used all of my "free" account allotment. I have to sign up for premium service. This is trialware.
July 5, 2021 3 replies
It's -the best when it works. But more recently, I'm unable to install it on new websites because it brings the login/signup prompt. Yet when I click to log in, it brings up a 419 error Turns out my Brave Browser shields was interfering. It works perfectly once I turn them off.
June 25, 2021 3 replies
Plugin works fine and would deserve 5 stars, but the free version is very limited with 50 server requests per hour. This is NOT the same as 50 pics per hour, as you may think. Searching for a decent stock photo is time consuming, and even searching for only 1 decent photo will exceed the free 50 server requests limit very soon. So in fact this is not a very usable plugin for professionals in my opinion, but merely a trial version that leads to a costly and still quite limited paid subscription.
June 8, 2021 1 reply
The plugin pulls images from all of the best stock photo websites. I can pull images directly into my pages without the hassle of downloading and resizing. Love this plugin
April 13, 2021 1 reply
For years, I have gone through the process of selecting stock images for websites, downloading them, re-sizing them, compressing them, and more. This plugin streamlines the entire process by directly linking to my stock accounts, letting me preview images before I license, and then not only can I directly license the images from right inside WordPress, it also re-sizes them for the web and allows me to rename the files at the same time. Incredible time saver!
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Add Bricks builder compatibility
Updated WordPress compatibility


Hack to fix vendor package for php 8.1 compatibility


Regenerated composer with -oa flag


Add providers checkbox to settings page


Fix deprecated error related to parameters order
Update WordPress compatibility


Add thrive themes compatibility


Update WordPress compatibility


Fix extension being added to the attachment title


Fix CSS compatibility issue with Elementor Update


Fix CSS compatibility issue with Media Library Organizer


Add wp config token overwrite


Fix ACF Extended classic editor compatibility


Updated WordPress Compatibility


Updated templates enque to fix customizer issue


Updated Caption checkbox


Add attribution support


Updated WordPress Compatibility


Updated Divi compatibility with classic editor


Add Brizy Support and Fusion builder support


Add wpml support


Add Beaver Builder Support


Add debug info
Add download timeout increase option
Store image, author and provider info on the attachment


Fix elementor jquery ui issue


Improve Classic Editor support


Update quick download to not change tab to allow multiple downloads easily
Add support for the Oxygen Builder


Fix Composer issues


Fix Autoload


Removed guzzle dependency in favor of default wordpress HTTP api for better compatibility
Updated error messages
Add cli command
Added Astra Pro Sites compatibility
Update overall compatibility


Add Divi compatibility


Remove Envato Elements Compatibility warning


Remove Stencil Compatibility warning


Add compatibility warning


Remove git file


Update language file


  • Add Getty Images
  • Add iStock
  • Add labels to Adobe Stock, Getty and iStock
  • Update wp compatibility
  • Update guzzle
  • Update wording changed License key to token for consistency


  • Add notice for incompatible plugin


  • Added Pexels


  • Updated settings page capability and added the filter


  • Add load_stockpack filter to allow soft disable of the plugin
  • Add stockpack_providers filter to allow filtering the providers
  • Updated description


  • Added Elementor support


  • Fix design bugs on wp<5.3
  • Updated description


  • Add caption support for premium providers


  • Minor text and language update


  • Add filename overwrite option
  • Minor description update


  • Add Provider dropdown
  • Minor description update


  • Added Deposit photos


  • Assets update


  • Added FAQ


  • Tags update


  • Assets and text update


  • Tagline update


  • Readme update


  • Plugin rename to StockPack
  • Major update – changed slug
  • Removed Shutterstock (free api closed)
  • Added Adobe Stock, Unsplash and Pixabay
  • Temporarily removed advanced search


  • Add pause notice


  • Update image names to include search query
  • Update error message regarding shutterstock issues


  • Initial release