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How Much Does Website Stock Photography Cost?

 
low costLow: $1/photoaverage costMedium: $50-$100high costHigh: $200+
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  Typical costs:
  • It's possible to get website stock photography for as little as $1 a photo. There are several stock photography websites. Other stock photography websites can cost $50-$100 a photo. Exclusive rights to a photograph can start at hundreds of dollars.
  • You can buy (non-exclusive) rights to collections of photographs for $50 or more. Some collections are sold on CDs, others are available on websites. They usually contain thousands to tens of thousands of photographs, graphics and illustrations
  • Exclusive rights or high quality photos can run in the hundreds and even thousands of dollars.
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What should be included:
  • Downloading a high quality version of the photograph, which you may need to have cropped, compressed and edited before using on a website.
Additional costs:
  • Larger photographs can cost more.
Shopping for website stock photography:
  • Low cost stock photography sites include iStockphoto[1] and Big Stock Photo[2] , which offer stock photos for as little as $1.
  • If you need a large number of photos, Shutter Stock[3] offers photo subscriptions for up to 25 images a day at $159/month.
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What People Are Paying - Recent Comments
iStockPhoto is getting better, but more expensive
Amount: $1.00 per photo
Posted by: PCGuyinCali in San Jose, CA.Posted: December 15th, 2006 12:12PM
Firm: iStockPhoto.comType of Image: jpg photos, some gif images
Quality of Image: some decent, have to search around
I've used iStockPhoto for some of my friend's web sites. Their photos have gotten better over the years, and there's more variety. They've increased the prices -- now you need to buy "credits" ($10 gets you 10 credits) which you must spend wihtin 1 year. Small pictures I get usually cost 1-5 credits ($1-$5). But I worry if I don't used up all my credits in time (or forget), I'll have wasted part of my money.
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External Resources:
  1.  www.istockphoto.com
  2.  www.bigstockphoto.com
  3.  www.shutterstock.com
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