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Why use stock photography?

Why use stock photography?

If you are a website designer, graphic designer or an editor for online and print publications, you might struggle to find the best visual representation of your projects.

A cost-effective solution, which doesn’t require a large budget, or hiring models, or travelling to a particular location, is stock photography.

Shake off the tedious time-consuming searches through endless amounts of photographs and find the perfect image that conveys exactly the message you want.

Looking in the right place gets the best results – and you’ll discover an array of amazing photographs.

My stock photography database consists of real images, on location, editorial shots and so much more – all without that artificial stock “feel” that is all over the Internet these days. Some of the most downloaded and trending subjects include:

  • Fresh produce and food: the subjects of organics, healthy eating, sustainability and well-being are among the most search terms in terms of imagery;
  • Editorial images;
  • Nature: flora & fauna;
  • On location in Tenerife, including island events;
  • Travel stock photography with destinations all over Europe, United States and the Caribbean;
  • Wedding stock photography;
  • Commercial photography.

Check out a couple of the stock images websites where I sell photographs every day, reaching almost 5,000 images online so far.

Shutterstock   Getty   Alamy   AdobeStock   DepositPhotos   DreamsTime

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If used well, stock photography can be totally awesome, and definitely a major boost to the performance of your content.

Drop me a message, if you have more ideas and subjects you want me to explore.

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