Why it's important to purchase photos from reputable stock libraries
If you use stock photos in your work, it’s important to know the differences between commercial stock libraries and free stock libraries.
Commercial stock libraries, such as Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, Arcangel and much more ensure model and property releases are completed and that images contain no copyright infringements.
That means you’re legally covered when you publish their photos.
Many of the free stock libraries state in the small print of their ‘Terms and Conditions’ that the purchaser is responsible for any legal issues that might arise from publishing their photos.
Commercial Stock Photos
As a Shutterstock, Adobe Stock, Istockphotos, EyeEm contributor I supply photographs to some of the world’s largest companies.
On my behalf, these commercial stock libraries has negotiated sales to leading companies such as Creative, Barclays, WWF, National Geographic, Scientific American, European Best Destinations and much more.
With a portfolio developed over more than 5 years decade, my images are regularly published in magazines, journals, newspapers, books, marketing campaigns and advertisements all over the world.
Click on the icon of the libraries of your choice to check my portfolio.
I’m also an Arcangel Images photographer..
Arcangel represents some of the most creative photographers in the world, and I’m enjoy being part of their community.
My Arcangel portfolio focuses on images for the international book cover market. These images are licensed by publishing houses across the world.