iStockphoto is the web’s original source for royalty-free, international microstock photography and media. Artists, designers and photographers from across the globe distribute their work on iStockphoto. This work can then be purchased by consumers royalty-free, which means they only have to pay once to use the file multiple times.
iStockphoto also offers a Legal Guarantee —a promise that any content purchased from the site will not infringe on any copyright, moral right, trademark or other intellectual property right.
Images cost between 1 and 150 credits, depending on size and image collection (with credits ranging from $0.95 to $1.50 USD each.
Compressnow is web service that reduces the weight of images, in order to use them on a website or for promotion.
It is possible to upload images up to 9 MB in size, and as a result users get images with a reduced size while width and height remains the same. Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG.
Find the perfect royalty free image, from weddings to fashion, business, food, family, fitness, people, tech, travel and more.
Vector File Support
Vector File Support
Millions of royalty-free stock files: 5 million royalty free stock photos, vector art illustrations, stock footage and audio for print and use on websites and presentations.
Low cost: Images and collections at great prices to fit every budget.
Supports JPG, JPEG, GIF, and PNG images.
Lets you specify compression percentage.
Lets you easily compress images.
User friendly and simple layout.
No key features associated with this application.
No FAQs associated with this application.
What is this service generally used for?
It is intended to decrease the size of images for web use.
What platforms does this service support?
Compressnow works on any web browser (ex. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) on any desktop operating system (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, Mac OS X, Linux, etc.)
Who are the main user groups of this service?
Compressnow users are web developers, bloggers, and social media users.
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
There are no guides and tutorials on the web site, although the interface has a user-friendly and self-evident process.