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When you search for "lightbulb" using a free stock photo site, you get no-frills pictures of lightbulbs that could have come straight from a hardware catalog. When you do the same search on a premium stock photo site, you find pictures that communicate the metaphors that a lightbulb represents. (Either way, I'm just looking for images to break up the text, although even better would be to have my own pictures that describe what I'm communicating)
3 comments:
Melissa Woods said...

I use only free stock photos and images for my own blog, I think this is the best decision because I don't want to waste my money to buy some, if you don't know where to get it I can recommend you visit cannypic.com there are a lot of useful stock images for you and your blog or website.

Robert Brenson said...

I use in the past paid photo stock for my custom essays and they billed for 12 months right away, I rather use free ones

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