My photos in use #1
A few months ago, following a forum discussion, I have searched to find any of my photos in use on the WWW. Slightly disappointed at first, as I could only find two sites using my photos, in the time passed since then I found more, and now my list has 7 entries, with some sites using more than one photo. I am confident now that in the future, this list will grow bigger. I decided to present my current list here and try to convince the designer that use my photos to drop a line and I promise include their work in the next episodes of this kind of blogs.
The first find was this. I offered this image for the free section a few weeks before I have found it in use, so I do not know if the image was paid for or got for free, but this relatively easy find motivated me to spend a few more hours searching for others, with less results... Seems like I cannot provide the image's thumbnail if belongs to the free section... Anyhow, here is the link...discussion forum... and it is my most downloaded image on dreamstime (left image).Imperial Palace in Vienna which I found to be featured in several websites created and maintained by w247 webdesign company like travaul.com and travelmotions.eu. There are several other photos of mine featured on their articles, and most of the pictures I think I have seen in Dreamstime's database, so it might be interesting for you (as a photographer) to check it out...Chain-Bridge (left) featured in an article about the city on Budapest Hotel Hungary. Here the credit line clearly features Dreamstime agency and my name.Unirii Square is featured on the Romania Tourism web-page for US (the third photo as you scroll down).
Well, this is it for now... I hope I will be able to find more in the near future and make another post about the subject. If you are a designer and used one of my images for a webpage, please drop me a comment and I will include your site on the next blog-post about my photos in use...
Photo credits: Mihai-bogdan Lazar.
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