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  1. Evolution

    Evolution Active Member

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    I'm working on a site, Just a lil project in my spare time, And need some content, Just pictures..

    I would of ''borrowed'' them from google but apparently some copyright laws get in the way

    I did a search and found this site istockphoto.com has anyone here used this site? Or know of any other alternatives...

    They seem a bit pricey £16 at the end with VAT for 2 medium sized pics

    Thanks
     
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    I have used fotolia.com alot, medium is £1.80 if you dont register, but if you register and buy credits it's alot cheaper.

    They also have a big free photos section.
     
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    Edited - bloke didnt want free stuff just cheap stuff :)

    Sorry!
     
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    Did I say I wanted work for free?
     
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    I've used iStockphoto quite a bit over the years and most web suitable images are 1 credit, so they are not expensive as you think. Remember that they also sell to paper media, who need very large high res images.We just need diddly little things.

    Just bear in mind that credits expire after 1 year - which seems to be when I next NEED an image urgently!
     
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    Thanks guys - so a small image should be ok, They ain t realy tiny then?
     
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