How to get good quality stock art for use on websites?

SilverHawk

What is a good place to get stock photos for use on websites? I’d rather use images that are free, of course, but if the fees aren’t too high I don’t mind paying a little. Any sources that stand out?

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jimlynch
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10 Websites Where You Can Get Free Stock Photos
http://designinstruct.com/roundups/free-stock-photos/

"This list of free stock photo websites offers you a wide variety of options for finding stock photography images you can use in your design projects, blogs and other situations requiring graphics. An important note: Always read the licensing terms of the image you wish to use to determine how to use it appropriately."

ttopp
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For free stock art, check out morguefile.com and stock.xchng. You will still have to check the license for each image, some are non-commercial, so if it is a business website, be aware of that and make certain the license is appropriate for your intended use. Getty Images (www.gettyimages.com) charges a fee, but they have a good selection of professional quality images, so I suggest considering that option too, even though you will have to pay. 

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