Where to Find Stock Photos Cheap & Easy


If you publish a newsletter, regularly update your blog, or need to spice up your presentations, you probably have a need for quality stock photos.

For those of you out there who routinely just go to Google Images and download photos, beware! Companies like Getty Images, Inc. partner with sophisticated web-crawling companies to sniff out people who are using stock photos without a proper license. Fines for using even a single photo can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

Don’t risk an expensive abuse of intellectual property. Go ahead and invest in some inexpensive stock photos to meet your needs. Below are a selection of quality, affordable options for hunting down fresh images:

iStockPhoto (a Getty Images company) http://www.istockphoto.com/

Dreamstime https://www.dreamstime.com/

Bigstock http://www.bigstockphoto.com/

Fotolia (by Adobe) https://us.fotolia.com/

Media Bakery http://www.mediabakery.com/

Finally, consider if you could take a photo of your own for your newsletter or article. With the quality of the cameras on smartphones these days, you can often snap a quality, relevant pic and add a flare of true originality to your work.

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