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    Junior Member d_mini is an unknown quantity at this point
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    What image libraries do you use?

    I personally like Shutterstock but looking for alternatives/

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    Fotolia

    I use fotolia

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    I use istock.

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    I use istock.
    Hi, Could you please help me by getting this file in 3XL size?
    http://www.istockphoto.com/photo/hockey-arena-gm487003884-73098647

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    Oh ya

    Stocksy and Unsplash in combination are king to me!

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    dreamstime

    dreamstime for me definetely

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    I love browsing Freepik, lots of great free stuff there. Also Unsplash for photos free for commercial use.

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    Depends on what you need and for what

    Getty is spectacular by pricey

    Offset is great but also a bit expensive. The overall photography is top notch.

    Shutterstock and Iphoto are goto, but tend to have some of the lowest caliber images. You tend to see this stock footage everywhere.

    stocksy.com nice selection of boutique looking photography

    pexels.com is a great resource for free stock photography. Although it's pretty new and doesn't have a huge selection.
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    Unsplash rocks

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    if your company pays for a creative cloud license, you can get some quantity of free images from adobe's stock library....seems easy if you don't use stock images too often :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ettubrutesbro View Post
    if your company pays for a creative cloud license, you can get some quantity of free images from adobe's stock library....seems easy if you don't use stock images too often :)
    full access to Shutterstock...

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    I use Adobe Stock, Ghetty Stock. I used to use Veer, but not so much these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagonsage View Post
    Getty is spectacular by pricey

    Offset is great but also a bit expensive. The overall photography is top notch.

    Shutterstock and Iphoto are goto, but tend to have some of the lowest caliber images. You tend to see this stock footage everywhere.

    stocksy.com nice selection of boutique looking photography

    pexels.com is a great resource for free stock photography. Although it's pretty new and doesn't have a huge selection.
    thank you for pexels! i had used it once or twice before, loved it, lost it and was trying to find it again

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    stockunlimited.com has some great stuff (photos AND vectors)

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    shutterstock, although u can find some thins in freepik.com

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