Recently released: Blend's new RF collection of affordably priced conceptual and illustrative low-resolution imagery - perfect for use in digital design and on-line marketing. This collection offers a fresh, new approach to stock content, created by professional photographers using modern camera phones.

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Including a broad spectrum of subjects such as travel, lifestyle, business, food, architecture, family and sports, Memento will add a contemporary feel to any creative project.


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Inspired by sailors' clothing, Coco Chanel created her first nautical collection in 1917, with stripes and lines plentifully stamped on dresses and shirts. This elegant aesthetic, synonymous with casual chic Parisian style, continues to be popular in both catwalks and trend blogs today.

Spots became fashionable in the 40s and 50s due to the influence of Hollywood stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth and Elizabeth Taylor, and the possession of a polka dot dress became a definite must as soon as Lucille Ball made it her staple in the hit television show I Love Lucy. Since then, dots have also taken an essential role in our wardrobe as well as in general fashion globally – just take a look at the rise in fame of artworks by Yayoi Kusama, "The Princess of Polka Dots".


Stripes and polka dots combine to create a look full of color, life and fun – an irresistible invitation that always rewards with a smile. Do you dare?


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Caia Image RF is a varied collection that ranges from Business content shot in Granada & Venice, Lifestyle from New York & Los Angeles right through to cutting edge sporting imagery such as Triathlon and Formula One. Caia means "rejoice" and is brewed from a secret blend of top end production, creativity and contemporary style.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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With over 4,000 images now available on the agefotostock website and our THP platform, and another 6,000+ images forecast for 2013, we're thrilled to be offering some of the best royalty free imagery available to the creative industry today.


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A common complaint among photographers these days is that that the cost of producing images has not decreased proportionally to the prices clients are willing to pay for their images. Let’s face it! People say that times in the stock photography industry are rough, but in terms of producing new images it is required to be more imaginative and determined than ever to make good images that differentiate and make you stand out from the rest, even while using fewer resources.

This Mind, Body & Spirit gallery shows a selection of images that have visual impact, but are low in production costs.  Although some images show productions made with models, there are others that concentrate on details, concepts and minimalism, putting conceptual value in the symbolic elements within the theme giving highly aesthetic results, and that are shot without elaborate settings and expensive organization.

If you are not ready to make big investments in production but still want to be shooting images for stock photography, we encourage you to follow the route of creating images with great conceptual value. Less money in big productions requires more creativity and imagination, but if your ideas and talent are there, you will do well!

 

 


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