My cloud picture was used in a contest: http://www.pxleyes.com/photoshop-picture/4b798cf74ce62/Games-People-Play.htm
There is a credit but the url was forgotten and could not be added anymore since the contest was closed. There is however a source link to the file on the bottom of the page to RGBStock.com. Every little bit helps ;-)
If you have files used or work to show please drop them here. I would love to see it!
It looks so good, Michael!
Read what I wrote to Billy. Image used on the front page of a local discount catalogue. Looks great.
Here is a cool free software and check out the example picture on the front page.
Are you looking at a digital photo in its raw, original state -- or has it been edited? Under normal circumstances this can be very hard to determine. But if you really need to know JPEGSnoop may be able to help. Just open your image and the program will examine its compression characteristics, compare these against a database of thousands of cameras and photo editors, and deliver its verdict.
More about the software: http://www.betanews.com/article/Identify-edited-images-with-JPEGSnoop/1296771740
This is one of mine (with a link here)
Excellent use, Michael! And Cris, a classic photo.
One of my rgbstock photos is photo of the day http://www.todaysphoto.org/
Very cool Robert! That is a nice shot!
globalknowledgeblog.com is using a lot of rgbstock.com images. This one is lusi's:
Great image, and the credit is excellent.
Here is one of mine that the user very kindly told me about:
Credited to RGB under the article. It's nice to see some RGB credits instead of the other place.
I like this version of Lynne's tree: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gx9/5140608939/
That is such a great tree!
Yeah, also have one link to RGB :o)
Nice article, I wished I could read it:
Two more links to rgbsotck.com
Another one two links from DA to RGBStock.com
@279 - Google translation
Free pictures for commercial applications.
Contrary to appearances, it is not easy to find at a picture, which is free to use in a commercial project. All the more worth remembering RGBStock, where you have a choice of about 50 thousand photos, generally of high quality and high resolutions up to 4000x2678 pixels. Importantly, the site will find a fairly simple language written license agreement setting out what you can do with a photo - and you lot, including the use in advertising and on your own website. RGBStock offers various statements (eg pictures latest, most popular) and a search engine that searches the desired images such as by tags. To view images at full resolution and download files from the site, simply open an account.
I looked at all the links. Excellent stuff!
Another link to RGBStock!
I would like to know the number of external links to rgbstock....
Good question. Google webmaster tools says: 6,839,622 links to rgbstock.com. wow really?
It would be great Jay!
In this url from backlinkwatch you can find this number:1794 backlinks
A new link to our site:
@286: Miguel : Nice tool. I think that number is more realistic.
Nice link Jay! 1795 now!
#7 for RGBStock, really nice.
Check out these beautiful memorials made by skylark2005.
You have to load a small viewer program but it is rated completely safe by Norton Security.
He asks permission to use the photos from rgbstock and his presentations are wonderful and worth the time to take a look.