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I remember seeing in some magazine about a new site that offers photo-stock a la carte, --you can buy only what you need, not for a year subscription-- and I cannot find it. Any body knows about this website, I will appreciate your info Thanks Daniel Ulysses...

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    Default Photo stock "A la carte"

    I remember seeing in some magazine about a new site that offers photo-stock a la carte, --you can buy only what you need, not for a year subscription-- and I cannot find it.

    Any body knows about this website, I will appreciate your info

    Thanks

    Daniel Ulysses
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    Daniel_Ulysses@adobeforums.com Guest

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    This is pretty much any stock photo site these days. These sites often offer subscription or 'a la carte' purchasing.

    Try creativepro.com as a start. They point you to several stock photo sites.
    Jim_Oblak@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Hola Jim

    Thanks. I will look into.

    Daniel Ulysses
    Daniel_Ulysses@adobeforums.com Guest

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    If you have the Adobe Creative Suite 2, you have access to Adobe Stock Photos with Adobe Bridge. It can download royalty-free comps from several Stock Photo houses (no watermarks). You can place them in your layouts in InDesign and Illustrator. When you're ready to purchase, you can do it through Adobe Bridge. Very easy! No subscription required. Pricing is based on file size.
    Steve_Werner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Hola Steve

    Wow!!! Thats cool, but no, I don't have CS2 yet.

    Thanks any way

    Daniel Ulysses
    Daniel_Ulysses@adobeforums.com Guest

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    www.istockphoto.com

    A really great selection of royalty free images that range from $1 to $3 depending on resolution. An absolute bargain and a real life saver for me at times.
    Mark_Biggs@adobeforums.com Guest

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    You don't even need to go through bridge. InDesign knows that it's an
    Adobe Stock Photos comp. Just right click the image in your InDesign
    layout and buy it.

    Bob
    Bob Guest

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    But in InDesign when you right-click the image and choose Purchase Image, it will launch Adobe Stock Photos in Adobe Bridge to implement the purchasing interface.
    Steve_Werner@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Indeed. I hadn't tried it but once when I playing around with.

    Bob
    Bob Guest

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    You've been watching too much Star Wars Bob.

    k


    Ken_Grace@adobeforums.com Guest

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