http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-illust … st=fe6f379
I randomly found this while searching for stock images for a work project. This particular gem is part of a "hand-picked" collection of "high-quality" images and this costs more than double what a normal image costs. This one happens to be on sale, so it can be yours for a mere $45-$50 US.
And they say you shouldn't use stock images in your hubs!
Are they going out or going in? I'm not sure which is worse...
by ryankett10 months 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...
by BeBrown3 years ago
Where can I find a decent source of royalty free images?I have been searching for images to insert in a book that I'm currently writing but cannot find anything. I know of photo bucket but not sure if that license will...
by LindaSmith13 years ago
I understand Creative Commons and so forth. The question is about the Free photos that are allowed for commercial use, but they have ISTOCK across the image? ISTOCK is one of several places for free images...
by seamus10 years ago
I'm curious where you all go to get photos. I used istockphoto.com sometimes and that can get pricey if there's nothing suitable in the half-price bin.For some subjects, I could use my own. For others, it's best to get...
by Nikita907 years ago
How does one became a "model" for stock photo sites like istockphoto.com and the like?I've always thought it would be hilarious to be in one.
by Richieb7998 years ago
take a photograph of a nightclub and use it as a illustration on your site without the owners permission? I don't see why not because its your own photo and its a public space..just wondering what y'all thought
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