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  • July 25, 2008 is an American commercial stock photography house where users can find hundreds of thousands of images from the most diverse categories.

In order to look for images you can search by photographer or by category. They are sorted in categories such as Nature, Sports, Animals, Action, Humor, and Children, among others. Once you select a category, you get a full list of photos matching your criteria. They are all sorted by title and author. When you select on one, you can see a mid size preview. If you like it, here you can buy it online in order to use it for commercial purposes. In addition to this, here you can learn everything about this company and their services and access to all their contact details. All their latest news are posted here along with their latest offers. Also, you can send your friends free e-cards with a photo and a frame you choose.

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More – Rights Protected Image Bank

  • February 17, 2008

Corbis.comThe Corbis Collection is a well known name in stock and commercial photography, holding some 25 million images, 2.1 million of which are available online through Corbis.

com. The archive encompasses historical and archive images from London’s National Gallery and other museums, plus editorial and fashion shoots that come from the merging of three large commercial image banks: Digital Stock Corporation, Westlight Corporation and Outline Press. Part of Corbis’ collection is composed by royalty-free images, and there is a special section of moving images, which can also be licensed. Images can be browsed online or searched by keyword and can be licensed for both limited and one-time only use. All Royalty-Free images are available digitally for direct purchase and download, but rights managed images can be purchased in both digital and non-digital format, thus meeting almost any need, such as advertising, graphic design, pre-press, multimedia, and print.

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More – Because a picture’s worth

  • December 30, 2007 is a recently launched picture bank for bloggers.

The idea empowering the site is that bloggers belong to a more alternative, creative and ethical approach to information and comment, and thus deserve to have a tool allowing them to present pictures and highly focused graphic material while taking special attention to abide to copyright laws. Thus, what the site does is to encourage publishers and active bloggers (publishing 3+ articles weekly) to sign up as members (their application form and blog URL will be reviewed by the site’s team in order to determine whether they are eligible to join or not). The site hosts a database of images and stock photos that can be used for free, but the site presents no information on the amount of categories covered by the bank. gives users a profit for picture clicking not unlike pay-per-click systems; each photograph hides an ad that is somewhat related to the image users are viewing, and once you roll over it, the picture makes itself smaller and displays the advertising, and that is how the site generates it’s revenues.

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