Alternatives to Shutterstock
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We have 1 review for Shutterstock. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Finding suitable photos for a website or other projects can be difficult. Clipping them from random websites can lead to charges of copyright infringement. Shutterstock offers an economical alternative. Individuals may purchase a monthly subscription which allows them to download and use a specified number of images. No attribution is required once a license has been purchased. The images provided by Shutterstock include professional photographs, vector art, and drawings. A subscriber is generally granted a license to use the art in whatever way they choose. Images can be used to create website headers, placed in blog posts, or even shared on social media. Shutterstock has also partnered with other providers to offer stock video footage. Those who take photographs or create illustrations can also find this to be a useful website. Artists can create an account and offer their own works for download. They are compensated in a manner that is commensurate with the number of downloads they receive. Royalty payments are collected by Shutterstock and delivered to the artists. For creators, Shutterstock also offers many useful tools. There is an e-book available as a free download called Going
Pros: Images on almost every subject Search the image library by keyword Images can be used without attribution once the license is paid
Cons: Very expensive compared to other services Compensation for artists is low Daunting approval process for contributors
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