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  • When customer is on half a shoe string

    I found this resource

    There are plenty of limitations : their business is based on small pics for free, larger images for a fee, accreditation is required (obviously)

    http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/

    But if you have no choice but go for free images for a website, I found some of the pictures reasonably nice.
    "There is hope in honest error; none in the icy perfections of the mere stylist."
    C.R.M.

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    Getting that byline into a commercial piece can really suck...though I suppose you could contact the photog directly...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sneferu View Post
      I found this resource

      There are plenty of limitations : their business is based on small pics for free, larger images for a fee, accreditation is required (obviously)

      http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/

      But if you have no choice but go for free images for a website, I found some of the pictures reasonably nice.
      When you start getting into the photos that are large enough to use in print work, the price isn't much different from other stock photo sites.
      http://brokenspokedesign.com

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      • #4
        Totally, this is only free for some website uses, but at on larger stock sites you don't even get that small size image, so itīs interesting although I admit there is very little choice
        "There is hope in honest error; none in the icy perfections of the mere stylist."
        C.R.M.

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        • #5
          That site is very misleading. Basically, the "free" image is just a thumbnail to what the pricier and more desirable images look like. I've seen other image sites that offer thumbnails, but don't try to disguise the practice as giving away free images.
          David Scott: Graphic & Web Design.
          www.davidjscott.com

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          • #6
            I think that's why Sneferu added this to his post:



            Originally posted by Sneferu View Post

            There are plenty of limitations : their business is based on small pics for free, larger images for a fee, accreditation is required (obviously)
            .
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