While photographic technology is improving to the point where even your worst photos are fixable, few of us can go out and shoot everything we need for every web page and flyer we want to make. Scopio not only gives you a diverse and unique collection of 300,000 photos and growing, but it’ll also fit any budget with a lifetime subscription costing just $99.
Scopio, which made the Forbes 30under30 for 2020, was founded by Nour Chamoun and Christina Hawatmeh to address the lack of diversity and authenticity in stock photography while also tackling the prohibitive cost of stock libraries. If you’ve used other stock sites, you’ve likely noticed the same models, again and again, often in posed positions. While this is great for memes, it’s expensive and can make life difficult for brands trying to stand out on social media, in their printed materials, or elsewhere. How can you be unique when the same models keep turning up in both your and your competitors’ materials?
Scopio has chosen a different path, recruiting over 13,000 photographers from 150 countries to take unique images perfect for bringing a global feel to your work. There are no models in the photos, which are curated by an expert team of editors and designers to select the perfect image. Instead they depict cultural traditions, current events, stunning architecture, and much more. And as you select images, the photographers are supported, creating a global marketplace for unique images.
With a Scopio license, you’ll have unlimited access to the library, which is completely royalty-free and includes global rights. The images can be used in presentations, on merchandise, in templates and advertising, and for theatrical use under their standard commercial license. Normally, a commercial lifetime license with Scopio would cost you $4480. But right now, you can get it for just $99, 97% off the MSRP.
Prices subject to change.
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