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Conceptual Stock Photography

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Things You Should Know

Conceptual stock photography can be packaged by individual photos or by image libraries. When you browse for stock images your intent is often to buy a single image for one upcoming project. What you may not know is there is a more affordable way of purchasing images.

Conceptual stock photography can cost as little as $30 or as much as $1,000, depending on use. If you could get ten times as many images for the same price would you want to hear how? Well keep reading and we'll tell you.

Conceptual Stock Photography Collections

Many sites will list their inventory by image. Once you select an image they may tell you that same photograph is available on a CD of related photos. Though the price may increase a few dollars, you've just added a dozen or more images to your personal archive for later use.

If the site you're on doesn't seem to be offering collections of images, call their customer service department. Just because the vendor has an online gallery, doesn't mean you have to make the purchase via the web without any sales interaction. E-commerce is supposed to make things easier. If you find you need to speak with someone, don't hesitate to pick up the phone.


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