A dialog of thoughts and ideas about software, usability, and products, with random science and wacky ideas thrown in for good measure.

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)
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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