DepositPhotos covers all your needs for royalty-free media
Always nice to have options when it comes to stock photography.
It is now well established that well-produced content on the internet is very important for the image of a virtually anything, be it a brand, a giant corporation, or even a blog. The phrase “content is king” has never made so much sense because, with the amount of information we have in the digital world, it is increasingly difficult to stand out.
Interesting content and high-quality images and videos are essential for anyone who wants to succeed online, but it is not always easy to get images for your page, especially when you do not have a design or advertising professional to help. In addition, too often there is no extra money to buy the prohibitive fees of copyrighted imagery.
With this in mind, the solution is to go to a cheaper alternative, such as a website offering royalty-free media like DepositPhotos, one of the best options around these days. Around since 2009, this website based in the USA and founded by Dmitry Sergeev has since established itself as a very neat option for those on the lookout for quality media.
More about DepositPhotos
With plans starting at different price points according to the type of media, DepositPhotos has a catalog of over 80 million high-quality and royalty-free stock images and HD video, with images including photos, illustrations, vectors, background, and editorials. The site is also available in a number of different languages, making it easy to search for specific native terms.
DepositPhotos is used by several big companies and entities, such as Bosch, Subaru, Ricoh or RTP (National Radio and Television of Portugal), and is nearing 5 million customers. It is available in different plans, according to the type of content: photos and vectors can be obtained via a flexible subscription or an on-demand plan, while the plans for videos vary according to the video’s quality (SD, HD, and 4K/Ultra HD).
Using DepositPhotos could hardly be any easier, really – simply type your search, filter through the results and select the most appropriate image. Then, download it in the most convenient size and format, obviously without any watermark. DepositPhotos can be also used on mobile platforms, with its app available for Android and iOS.
What do you use for stock photography? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.
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