Royalty Free Photographs

Aug 30, 2006 No Comments by

Whether you’re designing a birthday card for a friend, a multimedia campaign for a large corporation, or a website for your high school reunion, you can find high-quality royalty-free photographs at PhotoSpin.com. You can discover the most popular royalty-free photographs and images–pictures of naturebusiness iconsmilitary picturestravel and vacation destination shots, and more. You can also get objects with either clipping paths or alpha channels.

PhotoSpin.com is one of the easiest royalty-free photo subscription services to use. With few exceptions, you get a full year of downloading for a single sensible price. You can upgrade your subscription at any time and choose from an enormous cachet of images–20,000 and growing. Unlike in the past, when the royalty-free photo pool was limited, today you can choose from a vast repertoire of unique third party images that many consider to be the best on the Web.

Easy to Download Royalty-Free Photographs

Downloading files through PhotoSpin.com is easy. You simply log in to your account and then search for clickable thumbnail images. Once you click on a thumbnail, you will be given a preview before you download. You pick your resolution, hit the download button, and that’s that. If you’re hooked up to aPhotoSpin subscription service, your download will automatically go through–if you’re buying case-by-case, you just enter your credit card information

Unless your account explicitly tells you that you have a download limit, you can literally take as many pictures as you want. That said, it’s always a good idea to go over the PhotoSpin terms of use page. There are a few limits to how and when you can employ royalty free photographs–for instance, you can’t resell the images on a different website.

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PhotoSpin, Inc. is a leading provider of stock photography by subscription that includes fonts, illustrations, sound and video. The PhotoSpin library contains a vast library of award-winning photographs, illustrations, video clips, sound files and fonts. Subscribers pay an annual fee to create a username and password, and can go on to the site for downloads of content anytime with no additional fees.
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