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!
Impressive, Dez! Congrats :)
I've just got another one
featured in this music video
with nice credits and link to RGB :)
That was fabulous, Michael! Featured indeed!
Great Deze & Ayla87 ! ;-)
A nice link in DeviantArt:
The link is to me, but to the RGB Stock homepage.
It looks fabulous, Kevin! But it always annoys me when they link to the general site instead of the person's gallery.
Fantastic uses, Kevin and Dez - carry on!
Another blogger who left a comment to say the image had been used:
Thanks for letting me know!
was used in a video:
And this one
was used on a record cover:
They look great, but I have to say that if the girl on the video didn't have big and exposed breasts, there would be no reason to waste your life watching her. The "Sydney Bridge"?? *sigh* (Now all the males will have a strong urge to watch it, won't they?)
The image looks great as a background, though, and the music cover was really effective. Congratulations!
I'm afraid the image was not good enough to sucessfully distract from the breasts
Well, cold comfort, indeed, but it distracted me for part of the time. But if you're going to have them displayed, no picture would stand a chance! LOL
I just opened the Chrome browser and Google images to do a search of one of my images - http://www.rgbstock.com/download/xymonau/2dyV6GD.jpg
I was really surprised to find about 70 sites that had used it, apart from those I know already. (Bear in mind that it was on sxc as well, and has been available for a lot of years, and most of the images were taken from sxc.)
I'm really pleased to see so many blogs, etc, using it, and it's gratifying to know it was that useful. But the main reason I'm posting is to say that the Google image search (which only seems to work in Chrome) is amazing. If you are looking to find your images used online, I highly recommend it. Doing a Google search for your name or tag will pick up only a few sites compared to this method.
If you want to drag and drop the image from here, you have to open the full image. Then just click on it and hold down, and drag across to the little box, which will expand to tell you to drop the image there. Let go of the button, and Google will have the results very quickly.
I know this has been brought up before, but this is the first time it has run smoothly for me and come up with so much.
A great find, Dez. Google certainly has its advantages :)
I got another cover of a self-published book. It's always nice to get one of these. The image actually came from sxc, as the book has been in the pipeline for a few years. However, the photo is only available here now.
Wow, thats great Dez, well done ! ;-)
Congrats, great achievement, Dez!
Well done Dez!
That's a great credit! Well done.
It looks great, and the link is excellent!
A nice usage and link here: http://www.ourfutureplanet.org/news/676-pay-as-you-go-from-mobiles-to-energy