Can anyone advise the least expensive place to get photos or graphics with whitespace behind them. I know I can get free photos from dreamstime but I am looking at the more business oriented ones that you see on professional blogger sites.
I would recommend istockphoto.com, which is the best and largest in my opinion. Also shutterstock.com is a decent site with some alternative photos that you might not find on iStock.
by ryankett 4 weeks ago
Now that I have a camera with a half decent resolution I am considering making some of my pics available for microstock sites, I am attracted to the idea of another residual income, even if that income is modest.I would be interested in hearing whether or not anybody else has used microstock sites...
by Liz Elias 16 months ago
I have an account at Shutterstock, where I submit photos for use, and which pays (will pay, once I'm established) when someone wants to use my images. They are as strict as HP when it comes to copyright, and also posting personal information.I am having a bit of a battle with them on two...
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