In case you missed it last month, our own Napier Lopez reported how Google Images had disabled your ability to download photos from across the web. Of course, Google didn’t do this just to make your life difficult. They did it because copyright infringement on digital images is running rampant…and without even realizing it, your use of an unauthorized picture could end up costing you thousands of dollars when the photo’s owner sues you.
These lawsuits are no joke, so protect yourself with a service like Stock-Graphics, which offers up a royalty-free library of images for your web use. With their current offer, you can now get a lifetime of access to the Stock-Graphics archives for just $19.
Whether you need photos to accompany a written article as components of an art project or just for your own personal use, Stock-Graphics offers up more than 13,500 images and nearly 3,000 vector graphics for you to use as you will.
From people, buildings and objects, to characters and design elements, the Stock-Graphics stockpile of art will give you dozens of options for any project you’ve got.
You can download as many images as you want as often as you want. With a library that grows monthly, this collection will have you covered whenever you need just the right picture without the legal liability.
A lifetime of Stock-Graphics access would usually cost almost $5,000, which is why anyone looking for ready graphics needs to land this deal now at $19 before it ends.