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<== Site of the Week for 2005-02-23 ==>

The Stock Solution

Stock Photograhy is big business on the Internet. If you are a web designer, you just may not have the time to run out and take the quality pictures needed for your project. Stock photography shops like The Stock Solution from Salt Lake is the perfect solution. You can browse through the images, finding those that are right for your project. you can then purchase the images online and complete your project.

The Stock Solution
Online Photo Search

Finding the RIGHT stock photo
is easy at The Stock Solution.

The people and lifestyles section includes pictures of people. Good people shots are often the most problematic area of design for web masters as people shots generally require the consent of the model. Professional stock photogaphers will take care of the legal hassles involved with people shots allowing the web designer to focus on design.

The stock solution model is great for casual web browsers. Stock photography companies often let the general public browse through galleries of low quality watermarked images. TSS includes some of Utah's better known photographers like Tom Till and some really imaginative shots of business and industry.

Stock photography is a boon for serious amateur photographers. A good photographer can sometimes make enough money to cover the purchase of equipment. Best of all, when you make money from stock photography, you can sometimes deduct your camera as a business expense. (IANAL, there is a fine line between "hobbyist" and "professional".)

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Site NameStock Solution, The
Review History2005-02-23
Pathwww.tssphoto.com/
Category Salt Lake Sites: Scenic Photos
URLslsites.com/kewl.html?dt=2005-02-23
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