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    Hello,

    I am on a project that requires stock photography. I'm finding that stock photography is great if you want to create anything about skinny, white people really enjoying life. I am looking more for the average joe, not great looking, 10-20 lbs overweight, non-white, doing everyday activities (not drinking coffee, checking their stocks on the laptop).

    Are there any stock sites that might offer me what I'm looking for?

    Thank you

  • #3
    Good luck on your search. Unfortunately the vast majority of it is young, photogenic white people checking their email/attending a meeting/pointing at a monitor.

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    • #4
      do a search on "overweight" at http://www.jupiterimages.com. You should find plenty.

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      • #5
        My two sites :-))
        e-Cobo is FREE. The other one is paid, but the resolution is up to A3+@300dpi
        Nikolay Dimitrov
        No advertising in signatures allowed in the forum

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        • #6
          Try these

          istockphoto - FREE image of the week / cheap stock
          shutterstock - Cheap stock
          dreamstime - FREE image of the week / cheap stock
          canstockphoto - FREE image of the week / cheap stock
          bigstockphoto - FREE image of the week / cheap stock
          fotolia - Cheap stock
          absolutvision - FREE image of the week
          imagetemple - FREE imagery
          bigfoto - FREE imagery
          imageafter - FREE imagery
          sxc - FREE imagery
          morguefile - FREE imagery

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          • #7
            bigstockphoto.com is great, whether you need images, or are looking to sell some.

            You get 50 cents for every sale, and the minimum payout (paypalled to you, or sent by check) is only $30. Slap 100 or so pics up there, let them sit - and make money for you. That's what I do here's my link, to show you what types of stuff they accept, it's really easy and free too.

            link

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            • #8
              i like www.istockphoto.com and www.sxc.hu
              gluck
              i love work...
              ... i can sit and watch it all day

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              • #9
                Those are also my two most used.

                However, for more expensive high-quality photos, I will also suggest www.ablestock.com or www.photospin.com
                Ned Yeung, A.C.E.
                mediamainline.com
                cyclopsphoto.ca

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