Depositphotos Review: DepositPhotos is one of the popular stock photo agencies which provides high-quality images, vectors, editorial content, and footages. People can use this for commercial purposes on both online and print, all in the DepositPhotos are royalty-free images.
There is a big team working behind this from New York, Milan, Kiev, Moscow, and Warsaw. While the headquarter of Depositphotos in Floria. It is a library of over 60 million photos and 18 million vectors are there to use.
This is available on a discounted price on the own website and AppSumo. Here we are looking at some pros and cons, and do a quick comparison with other free stock photo resources to help you decide whether it’s worth subscribing to Depositphotos.
The royalty-free doesn’t mean to download content freely, it is all about to purchase a product for lifetime use on one payment, not to pay every time. Also, the quality of the pictures is with high resolutions and in lower resolution based on our needs.
The videos are available in 240p, 480p, 720p, 1080p, and 4K. Higher resolutions, such as 1080p and 4K, are more expensive to purchase than 240p and 480p.
The stock photo site offers two kinds of licenses such as Royalty-Free and an Extended License. Royalty-Free allows you to download and use the images in any project for as long as you like.
The Extended (also known as Rights Managed) provides specific use of the images in terms of usage, location, and duration.
Depositphotos accept payments from Webpay, Moneybookers and PayPal.
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