Snap That Chance: Royalty-free Stock Photos for Less than One Dollar each
Our Deal of this Week is straight-forward mighty. It is the comeback of a deal already run. There were so many requests to run it again, that Mighty Deals tried their best to be granted permission and just do it. Today’s deal brings you another round of stock photos by one of the largest repositories out there. You can save up to 90 % off of the regular price. Read on…
This week you can buy a package of 100 or 200 images, freely selectable from the whole repository over at Depositphotos, which sports no less than 17 million high-quality pieces. The deal is valid even for the largest resolutions they have, the otherwise pricey XXL and XXXL sizes.
The deal lets you grab a hold of these images, each for less than 1$. Packages look like this:
- 100 images of any size for $99
Regularly up to $1,000 for the XXL and XXXL sizes
- 200 images of any size for $160
Regularly up to $2,000 for the XXL and XXXL sizes
What appeals most to me is, that there are no restrictions as to the choosable sizes, no daily download limits, and the commercial license. You have one year to select all your images, but can as well download the whole package in one day. Existing customer over at Depositphotos? Doesn’t matter, you can buy the deal, too.
Depositphotos Stock Photo Deal Highlights:
- Save a Fortune
If you regularly deal with high quality stock photography, you know the costs can really add up. In most cases, you can easily pay $5 or $10 per image, even more for large images. But thanks to this Mighty Deal from Depositphotos, you can pay less than $1 per photo, regardless of the size you choose!
- 17,000,000+ Photos, Videos and Vector Images Available
It may take you an entire lifetime or two to get through DepositPhoto’s entire library of stock images! With more than 17 million high-quality photos, videos and vector images, it would be downright impossible for you not to find exactly what you’re looking for!
- Dozens of Different Categories
Don’t worry, those 17 million plus assets available in the library aren’t all from the same category. That would really be nuts! Instead, dozens of today’s most popular trends and topics are represented including: Abstract, Animals, Business, Cities, Computers, Food and Drink, Holidays, Medicine, Nature, People, Religious, Science, Shopping, Sports and so much more.
- No Daily Limit
Your image downloads are not restricted to any daily download limit, so if you wish, you can download all 100 or 200 images in a single day. You also have a full year to browse and download all your images.
- Royalty-Free Photos
Every image you download from Depositphotos.com is 100% Royalty-Free. That means you can use them on any of your projects, whether they’re for personal or commercial use. This deal is for the Standard License. You can read more about Depositphotos’ licensing rules in their Legal information.
- Choose Any Size You Want
Normally, the larger the photo, the more expensive it can be. But thanks to this incredible Mighty Deal, you can choose any size you want with every photo you pick!
- Customizable Vector Images
After downloading any JPEG or vector images, you can use your editing software to customize your selection to suit your needs.
- Multi-Language Support
Worried about losing something in the translation? Fear not! DepositPhotos’ website is available in dozens of different languages.
Click on the image below to view the entire available collection:
If you can’t wait to get your package of images, click this link and we’ll take you over to Mighty Deals where you’ll want to press their BUY-button.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Mighty Deals
Dieter Petereit is Noupe's Editor-In-Chief and a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called webdesign and has carried on ever since. Almost a decade ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. Dieter is a heavy G-Plusser, so why not meet him over there?