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Shop our Quality Commercial Use Stock Images. Ideal for all your Web Creations, Advertisings and other Projects. We’re sure you will love our Royalty-Free Imagery as much as we do.

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Activities – Agriculture – Animals – Animations – Apocalypse – AstronomyAutumnAviationBeachesBedroomsBedsBlue ColorBlueprintsBoatsBonsecour MarketBoston – Bridges – Buildings – Business – Canada – CaribbeanCarsChicagoChristmas – CitiesCityscapesComputers – ConceptsCondosConstructionCorporateCubaDamsDaylight – Downtown – Electricity – Electricity Concepts – Energy – FestivitiesFountainsFrontenac CastleFruitsGrungeHabitationsHalloweenHDRHoly Days and Special DaysHotelsHousesHydro-ElectricityIndustriesInteriorsLakesLandmarks – Leisures – Mexico – MontrealMontreal City – Mysteries – Nature – NeighborhoodNew EnglandNew YorkNiagara – Night – Office BuildingsOld MontrealOld QuebecOntarioOttawa – ParliamentsPeoplePhoto MontagesPoolsPower Lines – Pylons – Quebec – Quebec CityResidential DistrictsResortsRooms – SaguenaySchoolsSketch Images – Snow – Special Effects – St-Lawrence RiverSteel Structure BuildingStores –  Streets – SummerSunsetsTechnologiesTexts – TorontoTrainsTransports – Travel – Destinations – TwilightUrban ScenesUSA – Vacations – Winter – Women – Workplaces

We also believe in Fair Photography

Our website was created to promote Fair Photography for customers and for photographers.

Photography just doesn’t have to be painful for anyone.

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Is it legal to use stock photos?

As long as they are labeled for commercial use, you can use stock photos in multiple designs and projects with a for-profit purpose, including websites, marketing and advertising, branding, and more. If the photos are labeled as Editorial, you can only use them for this end (never commercially).

What is the purpose of stock photos?

Stock photos can be used for marketing and advertising, personal projects, commercial and for-profit projects, and on blogs and websites. The wide variety of uses and instant turnaround time make stock photography a common choice for independent graphic designers and businesses alike.

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Stock photography is the provision of photographs, usually licensed for a specific purpose. The stock photo industry emerged in the 1920s, establishing traditional modes of macro photography, intermediate photography and micro photography. Whereas traditional photography agencies charge anywhere from a few hundred to thousands of dollars per image, micro-stock photography can fetch around $25. Traditionally, professional stock photographers contracted their images with one or more stock agents, while stock agents could accept high-quality photos from amateur photographers through online submissions.

Royalty-free (RF)

In the photography and illustration industries, royalty-free (RF) refers to a copyright license that gives users the right to use an image without many restrictions on a one-time payment to the licensor. Therefore, users can use the image in multiple projects without purchasing additional licenses. RF licenses cannot be granted exclusively. In stock photography, RF is one of the most common licenses, sometimes the opposite of rights management licenses, and is often used for subscription or micro stock photography based business models.