Stock photos are a thermometer for culture and representation–or lack thereof. The types of people usually featured in stock images are often white and gender normative: people who are considered “normal” enough to represent a broad range of experiences by the companies that commission them. Source: Powerful Portraits Make Stock Photography More Trans Inclusive
Photography and illustration are integral part of making your blog or website look the best it can. Finding free, high-quality images that you have permission to use can be a challenge. However, photographers and artists are increasingly making their work available free for others to use. Source: 20 Sites For Free Stock Photos & Illustrations
I have been using Adobe Stock for the last year. I was attracted because of the comprehensive integration with Adobe Creative Cloud. As a Creative Cloud subscriber, I can use Adobe Stock mainly with Adobe Muse.
In a sense, photographs and illustrations often serve as ambassadors to your brand. In any design project, high-quality images are a necessity to help get your message across. That’s why having a trusted source for images is so important. Source: Depositphotos Offers Compelling, Affordable Stock Photography for Your Design Projects
When I am designing a website if the client has not provided me with images, I will use creative commons or open source images to display in the website mock-up. Google images are one of the easiest methods to locate images that you will be able to use in a presentation or your website. Let … Continue reading Google Images and Royalty Free Images