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Anyone recommend stock photo website?

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  1. bluerock

    bluerock Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Im after downloading up to about 50 images a month to use on websites and wonder if anyone can recommend a site with decent choice and is priced reasonably.

    I'd rather pay for unlimited than per image as well.
     
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  4. bluerock

    bluerock Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Probably not going to meet your needs, but https://unsplash.com/ is worth a mention. I get an email from them once a week with the best new photos and some of them are sublime. All royalty and attribution free.
     
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    martin-s Well-Known Member

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    Prefer Shutterstock
     
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    I use pixabay.com where pretty much all images are free for commercial use and no attribution required.
     
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    bluerock Well-Known Member Exclusive Member

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    Thanks guys, appreciate the replies.
     
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    Istockphoto, fotolia and shutterstock are all good and I use them all. Just see which one has the best subscription prices for your intended use and see which has the best photos for the type of photos you require. I tend to find shutterstock and fotolia have the most photos for my niche, but I think fotolia worked out cheaper for me.
     
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    Pexels.com is quite good.

    I use iStock, and I have some listed for sale there, ShutterStock is good too.

    I have had good success when buying images going via Flickr and other similar sites, offer the photographer a token payment often gets you usage rights. Very basic contract but often very cheap.
     
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    With paychecks I use Fotolia.com (stock.adobe.com). But there are also many sites that offer free quality pictures:
    unsplash.com
    stocksnap.io
    burst.shopify.com
    pexels.com
    lifeofpix.com
    picjumbo.com