Integration between Unsplash and the image module. See [Unsplash License](Unsplash photos are made to be used freely.) for what usage is permitted.
Every image returned by the Unsplash API is a dynamic image URL, which means that it can be manipulated to create new transformations of the image by simply adjusting the query parameters of the image URL.
This enables resizing, cropping, compression, and changing the format of the image in realtime client-side, without any API calls.
Under the hood, Unsplash uses Imgix, a powerful image manipulation service to provide dynamic image URLs.
Unsplash officially support the parameters:
w, h: for adjusting the width and height of a photo
crop: for applying cropping to the photo
fm: for converting image format
auto=format: for automatically choosing the optimal image format depending on user browser
q: for changing the compression quality when using lossy file formats
fit: for changing the fit of the image within the specified dimensions
dpr: for adjusting the device pixel ratio of the image
The other parameters offered by Imgix can be used, but we don’t officially support them and may remove support for them at any time in the future.
💫 Tip The API returns image URLs containing an ixid parameter. All resizing and manipulations of image URLs must keep this parameter as it allows for your application to report photo views and be compliant with the API Guidelines.