Re: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?

Subject: Re: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?
From: Dave Rakowski <drakowski -at- mindspring -dot- com>
To: Steven Oppenheimer <Steven -at- OppenheimerCommunications -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005 18:47:35 -0500

Hi Steve:

Not sure if this is the particular site that you are looking for (there are literally thousands of them) but I've always used www.istockphoto.com (recommended by Guy Kawasaki in his book "The Art of the Start" www.artofthestart.com)

Hope this helps and that you are enjoying your holiday.

Dave Rakowski
Allentown, PA

Steven Oppenheimer wrote:

There is a Web site out there which has inexpensive stock photos and clipart -- inexpensive meaning less than $10 per photo. I know it's out there, because at one of my contracts the director of marketing referred me to the site. Unfortunately, now that I need it for my own purposes, I can't recall what it is.

I just checked out one site, clipart.com, which claims to cost less than $1 per picture -- but in fact, it turns out you have to subscribe for a period of time, so the pictures are only that cheap if you download a considerable number of pictures. The site I'm thinking simply charges a flat fee per picture. (As a further clue -- I think the way the site works is that photographers upload their pictures, and get a royalty on each download.)

Any leads would be appreciated.

Steven Oppenheimer, M.A.
Licensed Patent Agent
Oppenheimer Communications
Technical and Business Writing: From Complexity To Clarity ®
Steven -at- OppenheimerCommunications -dot- com http://www.OpComm.com (301) 468-9233
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