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 seems so ;-)
it's my first time to add in this forum, hope great picture be in here!
Yes, there are lots of those. The examples in this post show how our images are being used by others.
Other photos for the bard on the hill.
Looks great, Javier!
Great indeed ;-)
Here's one of mine. The link was sent to me, so I really appreciated that.
and the original: http://www.rgbstock.com/photo/nLIuVOG/Confusion
Congratulations Dez! A very nice usage and credit.
Another one, and because of what it supports, I was pleased it was used. You have to scroll down.
And another page with several from RGB, including three of mine down the right side:
We get more and more good links here.Thank you all, it is a great result.
Another one: A RGBstock photo in a online Dutch news paper
Very nice. I have a Seventh-day Adventist magazine that has used small thumbnail sized images - one of Billy Alexander's streamers image :
and the other of a homeless man by leroys:
I don't have a scanner to show the images, and they are tiny. But it was really nice to see familiar pictures. :o)
Nice one Dez!
One of Tou Touke's used on a house restumping site:
I just happened to go there and recognised the photo.
Nice. What is 'restumping'? Has it something to do with chooks or tinnies?
An other great link with several RGB stock photos in it:
Are you sure? I can't recognise anything.
Most old Queensland houses are on stumps off the ground. They may be high, with room for another level underneath, or short stumps, only a couple of feet tall. In the olden days they were always made of wood. These days they usually replace them with metal and concrete. Because of subsidence of the ground, or maybe termites, sometimes the stumps collapse or start sinking, thus making the floor uneven. Re-stumping can either be jacking the house up and replacing them, or packing stuff on top of them to push them back to the correct height. Sometimes people in low block houses want to raise the height for an extra space underneath.
Oh, I see. I thought he was using his own images. He does really clever work.
from this one
Wow! It looks great, Michael! Are you going to get a copy?
Yes, it really looks great. One of Christas photos. They sent us a copy fresh from London, which looks really nice in our collection :)
One of my shots used in a blog about tour groups here - http://seniortravel.about.com/b/2013/04/29/reasons-to-travel-with-a-tour-group.htm
Nice and useful shot, Kevin :)
A bard of the hill poem for my tree picture. I'm flattered and the poem is beautiful.