It’s been a while since we have put out an image request update but lately, a number of image buyers have been downloading and asking us for more images of elderly people, seniors and grandparents doing everyday things. The range of activities that these mature adults could be doing include working out, dating, eating, playing with younger kids, routine medical check-ups or any type of activity that takes place on a normal day. To give you an idea for what types of images we have of elderly people doing everyday things take a look at these elderly people photo lightboxes. We thank you for your support and uploads.
After giving thanks to all the deserving Moms last month on Mother’s day, it’s now the Dads turn to shine on Father’s Day. Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in many countries and on other days elsewhere. It complements Mother’s Day, the celebration honoring mothers. How will you be giving thanks and celebrating Father’s day 2011?
Get the stock photos above at Cutcaster by clicking on the below links.
Today, we released the new Cutcaster, your royalty free photo and stock vector marketplace. Completely re-built from the ground up with a simplified search and dramatically improved user experience. We hope you will enjoy the upgrade.
Image buyers needed speed. They needed a top notch but simple to use image search. And they need great royalty free images at affordable prices. We pulled up in the ‘Ferrari of Search Engines’ with the passenger side-door wide open. Our image search tool is now superior in speed, accuracy and ease of use, freeing up users to focus on their creative projects.
Notable site improvements include faster image loading time, increased functionality, improved site layout, cleaner architecture and a simplified design that lets buyers focus on the image buying experience. As always, browsing by image categories or searching by keywords on Cutcaster is completely free and you don’t need to sign-up. When a user searches with keywords, they can then filter their search options by: categories, colors, contributor’s name, vertical or horizontal orientation, picture resolution, price, relevance and image format — including jpeg and/or vector files. The moment a user finds an image that meets their needs, they can further refine their selection from the “Similar Pictures” filter or by choosing another image from the same cluster of images. Picture buyers can immediately purchase images with any major credit card or use site credits to download the images, which comes with a record of it’s metadata.
While some photo agencies were pinching pennies from their users’ pockets or others were closing their doors because of the economy, the Cutcaster team dedicated themselves over the last 9 months to learning more about their customers’ needs, learning more about online image search and building one of the fastest and simplest user experiences for searching and downloading royalty free images.
Cutcaster is a simple-to-use website for intelligently searching and downloading royalty free photos, hi-res pictures, stock vectors and free stock images for use on websites, presentations, newsletters, ads, books or any commercial project. Browse our enormous image categories, search faster with our intuitive search engine and download affordable creative imagery for as little as a few dollars.
Visit http://cutcaster.com/ to experience the dramatic improvement.
Need images or graphics that are perfect for building eLearning simulations or other engaging interactions? All our royalty free images can be used in any e-learning online training course. We are starting a lightbox series of elearning images that will include everything from corporate office buildings and office interior backgrounds you can use to create user scenarios, paper and notes pictures that you can write a message on or call center employees, Phone Person Pictures, Phone Person Photos, Business Women Using Headset, and doctors / nurses who can be used in course guides, conversational situations and case studies.
Check out our other call center employee pictures, Phone Person Pictures, People on the Phone Photos, Business Women Using Headset, Business Teams, Objects Signs, Health Hospitals and Doctors’ Offices, Elearning Concepts Promotional, Elearning Home Exteriors, Office Interiors, Retail Stores.
Need images or graphics that are perfect for building eLearning simulations or other engaging interactions? All our royalty free images can be used in any e-learning online training course. We are starting a lightbox series of elearning images that will include everything from corporate office buildings and office interior backgrounds you can use to create user scenarios, paper and notes pictures that you can write a message on or call center employees and doctors / nurses who can be used in course guides, conversational situations and case studies. Our next series will highlight business teams, business people and corporate settings so be on the look out for that series of images.
We have additional elearning photos which inslcude call center employee pictures, Health Hospitals and Doctors’ Offices, Phone Person Pictures, Business Women Using Headset, Retail Stores, Business Teams, Signs Object, Elearning Concepts Promotional, Elearning Home Exteriors, Office Interiors and People Phone Photos.
Do you ever need eLearning backgrounds, blank promotional signs or people photos for your courses?
Lately, our creative director and review team have been creating Cutcaster lightboxes full of unique photos and clipart specifically for the e-learning community. Think of e-learning as internet-enabled learning that encompasses training, education, just-in-time information, and communications. Cutcaster photos are perfect for creating eLearning simulations, PowerPoint course templates or building other engaging instructional design courses where you need great backgrounds or real looking people.
The elearning images provide simple, clean designs at an affordable price and are fully customizable. Use the images and clipart over and over in multiple courses. Even use them on other websites and presentations as well.
Purchase graphics, clipart and photos for e-learning at Cutcaster today.
Collection of lightboxes with hundreds of images to choose from.
* JPEG (Joint Photographics Experts Group) – pronounced ‘jaypeg’ and you will sometimes see it shortened to just JPG. This format is ‘lossy’ in that the more you compress the image and thus reduce file size, the greater you will lose clarity and detail. JPEG graphics can render in full colour and are ideally suited to the display of photographs.
* GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) is ‘lossless’ in that the compression process does not involve sacrificing quality. GIF graphics are limited to 256 colours, which is fine for computer graphics with hard edges and block colours, but not so good for photos. They can also have a transparent background, which can be useful if you want to display your images in anything other than a simple rectangular arrangement.
* PNG (Portable Network Graphics) – pronounced ‘ping’ – is another ‘lossless’ format but is not restricted in colour rendition, making it a superior format to GIF. PNGs are ideal for computer-generated graphics such as buttons, logos, diagrams and maps, but are less suited to photographs, where the resulting file size is likely to be excessive. Be a little careful, because not all online applications – or corporate forewalls – support PNG.
So Google has changed up their website and now displays a background image on their white homepage. Want to get a great images for your Google background? Find amazing background images, photos and illustrations for Google. Spice up your Google homepage with one of our background images. Search over 600,000 royalty free images and illustrations which we have organizes below for you. Select a background image for your Google homepage from more than 10,000 free images and illustrations as well. Change your Google background image with a Cutcaster image. If you need help on how to add one of our images to your background please just email webmaster AT cutcaster.com.
Abstract backgrounds – abstracts are great for presentations, backgrounds and wallpaper.
Baby stock photo - We love babies at Cutcaster.
Banking and Finance Images – We keep our eyes on the news!
Baseball photos – If it’s spring it’s baseball season!
Sunny Day at the Beach photos – It’s about time to play on the beach.
Businessmen, Businesswomen and Business Team Photos – One of the top searches. Our business people are tops.
2011 Calendar vector illustrations- Our 2011 calendars are tops.
Car and Automotive photos – Automotive topics are in the news and in demand.
Cell Phone, Telephones and Telecomunication- Check out these fantastic images of people on the phone.
Children and Kids Stock Photos- We love kids too!!!
Computer and Technology stock photos - Computer and laptop images in high demand.
Concept- This is a light box of Law Concepts. Search Concept for all of our light boxes with special themes.
Cooking and Eating photos – Healthy cooking and eating images in high demand.
Dog and Canine Stock Photos- Pooch portraits are on the rise.
Flowers stock photos - Still one of the most searched words. Check out our premium box.
Food and Eating photos - We have some of the finest food photographers in the business at Cutcaster. Search on food for light boxes of food collections.
Fruit and Vegatable photos - Beautiful, seasonal, fresh.
Stock Photo Furniture - Isolated or in place, furniture shots have a lot of uses.
Garden and Gardening Photos - Gardens, gardening, and outdoor living are hot topics.
Golf stock photos - Fore!! We are looking for the greenest greens.
Health Spa stock photos – Spa topics are sought after at Cutcaster.
Money- Currency, financial, trading, and thrift concepts.
Office Team stock photo- Office people in groups, interacting with each other.
People family stock photos- Families acting naturally together in demand!
Stock photo real estate – Front page news, real estate concepts are needed now.
Sky and Weather stock photo- Something as simple as the sky, or as complex as weather are searched for now.
Soccer images – We are looking for sports of all kinds.
Spiritual – Religion topics, we need many more of these themes.
Wine stock photo – Connoisseurs love our wine images.
How to add a background image
Sign in to your Google Account in the top right corner of the Google homepage.
Click Change background image in the bottom left corner of the Google homepage.
Choose where to select your background image:
From my computer: Select the image download from Cutcaster saved on your computer’s desktop.
Once you’ve chosen your image, click Select at the bottom of the window. It may take a moment before your new Google homepage background appears.
How do I remove Google Image background?
You can remove your background image at any time by clicking Remove background image in the bottom left corner of the homepage.
Only select images that you have confirmed that you have the license to use. You can obtain a royalty free license for any of the images you find at www.cutcaster.com.
A lot of times when you find an image online that you want to use it might not be that clear what you need to do in order to legally license the image and use it for your creative project. Whether there are questions surrounding the license type, the usage, any restrictions, who the actual copyright holder is or if your usage requires a model or property release. To sum up some of the ways you can use photos at Cutcaster we created this short writeup to show you how you can use Cutcaster images?
Cutcaster images may be applied to the following uses (in most cases limited to 500,000 copies under our Standard License):
• You can use any images in advertising posters and brochure design for use in promoting the sale of other products.
• Within editorial or advertising copy in newspapers, magazines, books, book covers, school textbooks, editorials and directories.
• In coordination with opt-in marketing.
• For product packaging.
• On letterhead and business cards, brochures, pamphlets, catalogs and on pop-up and/or panel displays for use in trade shows or at conventions.
• In multimedia presentations and incorporated into film and video for distribution and/or sale in the home video market OR for broadcast and/or theatrical display..
• Use as a background image or splash screen within software .
• On cover art and/or artwork used on in CD or DVD .
• In eBooks for any e-device reader, including multi-seat license electronic textbooks.
Please note, certain restrictions apply depending on whether you’re purchasing the images under a Standard Licensing contract or if you are purchasing an Extended License (EL). You can learn more about the differences between licenses by clicking on this link to our legal page.
Are there ways I CANNOT use Cutcaster images?
There are some use cases, in which you are prohibited from using an image purchased from Cutcaster under our Standard License. These include:
• Print runs exceeding 500,000 copies unless an Extended License is purchased which would give you an unlimited print run.
• Print on demand (POD) projects such as wallpaper, postcards, mousepads, mugs, t-shirts, posters, giclee prints, artwork and other items.
• Any unbecoming or derogatory depiction of the model or persons pictured in an image, including use of models in pornographic material, political endorsements and alcohol, drug, or tobacco campaigns.
You also cannot:
• Resell or share Cutcaster content.
• Use any Cutcaster image as part of a trademark, service mark, or company logo.
• Try to depict that the image was created by you or anyone other than the copyright holder of that image.
Please always read the contract first before you buy any images form Cutcaster and consult your legal team if you have specific questions. We are here to help but are not a substitute for your specific usage. Feel free to contact us at webmaster AT cutcaster DOT com.
413 market research panelist respond to the survey, giving a relatively small sampling of microstockers creating remarkable imagery today. Tyler explained where the participants came from. The majority of respondents came from the Microstockgroup forum. Tyler explained that the rest came from twitter, numerous microstock blogs, the iStock forum, DPChallenge forum and the “long tail” of sources continues.
Hey Tyler, Do you have a link for the 2008 or 2007 Photography survey results?
For more on Tyler, he works as a microstock photographer who also runs the MicrostockGroup forum and blog. Being so closely involved in the microstock community as a submitter, forum moderator and blogger, Tyler is able to keep updated in the constantly changing microstock marketplace.