Re: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?

Subject: Re: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?
From: "Mike Starr" <mike -at- writestarr -dot- com>
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Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 07:22:39 -0600

I don't think they have any photos but there's a huge collection of clipart available free on the Microsoft website.

Mike Starr
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Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2005 18:25:58 -0500
From: Steven Oppenheimer <Steven -at- OppenheimerCommunications -dot- com>
Subject: Web site for inexpensive stock photos and clipart?
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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.
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Steven -at- OppenheimerCommunications -dot- com http://www.OpComm.com (301) 468-9233

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