Better deals on Shutterstock

October 14, 2020

Shutterstock is one of the biggest photo selling platforms, and it is used by thousands of creatives every day. The company was founded in 2003 by American programmer Jon Oringer, and since then, they changed the whole internet/business section.

Like many other companies, Shutterstock also wants to help in hard times brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, so they provide free images, videos, tools, and guides. They made a unique hub for media partners that includes an infographic, stock images, video, and a lot of other content. SMBs have a more limited collection providing images, videos, and music with a primary focus on online trading, work from the home theme, and situation description, among others. You can also find here a set of free backgrounds to brighten your home office. 

We also find helpful Shutterstock’s guides and tutorials also shared on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, where you can also find free material every day. In addition, Shutterstock simplifies content creators’ tools and adds some new to help them create in these hard times.

The biggest stock of quality pictures on the market

The next news is related to quality increment. Shutterstock now offers high-quality, licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations, and music with a collection of 18+ million HD and 4k video clips for a lower price in an annual plan. You can also buy videos separately for less than $9 per clip through a yearly plan. On Shutterstock, there are two subscription plans for individuals, one with 10 and second with 20 clips per month.

The conclusion is to go and try their free deals. Also, if you are a creative individual, there is a deal on 10 free photos per month, free for one month. Shutterstock is the TOP #1 image-stock on the market with the most high-quality images and videos. However, their prices are still too high for some people, so you should also try alternatives like Depositphotos, Fotolia, Dreamstime, Bigstock, StockSnap, or iStock with an included tool in adobe programs. And there are some free alternatives, where you can also find high-quality materials: Pexels, Pixabay, and Freepik.

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