Tag: stock images

24
Aug

Google algorithm erases watermarks from stock images

As designers, when mocking up concepts for our projects, we tend to use plenty of stock images. Instead of buying images the client might not like, we use watermarked images to try before we buy. However, showing watermarks on our concepts look ugly and we end up trying to remove them.Continue Reading..

15
Aug
07
Feb

Top 10 websites to get free images

Images and photography has always been an integral part of design. Unfortunately, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing unrealistic stock images of people smiling at the camera while performing a task. Not only that, but it can get rather expensive if you’re constantly purchasing images from places like iStock, Shutterstock, or Adobe Stock.Continue Reading..

15
Dec

Adobe releases Project Felix: 3D tools for designers

A few months ago, Adobe announced updates to their creative tools. These updates included a Windows version of Adobe XD, and a Photoshop update to take advantage of the Touch Bar in the new MacBook Pro. Along with those updates is a brand new application for graphic designers, called Project FelixContinue Reading..

14
Dec

Art Director comically photobombs stock images

Most Art Directors find that stock images are mundane and feel kind of fake. Unfortunately, we often need to use them to complete our tasks. After viewing thousands of stock images for work, Art Director Matthew Vescovo decided to inject a dose of reality into them by injecting himself.Continue Reading..

07
Oct

Ad agency life humorously shown through the use of stock photos

Stock photos get a lot of hate. And most of time, the annoyance makes sense. We’ve all seen our share of cliché images, and there are lots of weird, creepy ones that leave you wondering who would want to use them. Then you see them thrown in randomly in a blog post or website and we all die a little inside.Continue Reading..

22
Jul

What would life be life if office stock photos were real?

If you’re in design or production, you’ve probably seen a lot of generic office stock photos with ear-to-ear white smiles plastered on the faces of office workers and the merry businessmen donned in pristine, unwrinkled suits engaged in a solid handshake. that seem so unrealistic that they’re almost amusing.Continue Reading..

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