Definition of a stock photo

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tishdon

tishdon

Lost in Transit

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There are several terms quite a few members use like stock photo, stock image, scan and picture. But there is no where that explains what exactly these are and the how to tell them apart.

ocelotisun

ocelotisun

SpiritedAway

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Hey Tishdon... :)

Well... Stock Photo or Stock Image... are photos that you can find in these sites: http://www.imageafter.com and http://www.scx.hu ... And you can use them for free as long as is not for any work involving money... Or that you might profit from it... :)
Scan and Picture are images that were scanned and still belong to their respective owners... These can be found in the "Scans Section" of mt... They are the anime pictures that people use in wallpapers...

Hope I explained it well... ^_^' ... Ooh... Take care... :)

sh1nj1tsu

Old Soul

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Here are two definitions:

Photographs that have already been shot by a professional photographer, usually available on CDs or over the Web, designers pay a copyright fee to use the photos in jobs.

A pre-existing image available to be used in publications by leasing or buying the right to use it from the owner.

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WIP: Asherha

  • Apr 11, 2005

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