Stock photography is an affordable way to add life, vibrancy, and color to your projects.
With the right photos, corporate reports, brochures, web sites, and more can be turned from ignorable black-and-white piles of paper into engaging documents that get noticed, understood, and remembered.
Let’s face it — not every business can afford to hire a photographer. And taking photos yourself costs a lot more than you think. There’s travel expenses, gas, parking, and maybe lunch. Plus, what is your time worth? Unless you pay yourself $1 an hour, chances are you’re better off letting someone else play shutterbug.
We hear all the time from small businesspeople who wasted an entire day or two trying to get a simple shot of their building, and it still didn’t turn out the way they wanted. Who has time for that?
They end up coming to us for a pre-packaged solution.
Small and medium-sized businesses love our stock photography because it’s simple, affordable, and easy. And we have a growing selection of images that can be paid for online and downloaded instantly.
Stock photography is also popular among web designers as a quick, affordable way to make a basic web site look outstanding and professional.
But what about Google Images?
There is a misconception that the photographs on Google Images are free. 99% of the time, they are not. In fact, using copyrighted images from Google Images will leave you and/or your company open to lawsuits. There is an entire industry dedicated to tracking down people who illegally use images copied from the internet. There are whole companies that earn their living from helping people sue companies that misuse photos from the internet. Opening yourself up to this kind of legal liability isn’t worth the risk.
With over 50,000 photographs of buildings and cities around the world in our stock photo library, there’s a good chance we have what you need. And if you can’t find what you want on our web site we have an additional 30,000 images in our “deep archive” that we will search for you for free.