Breaking News from Depositphotos

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Hello there! February has brought several important updates we’d like to share with the Depositphotos community. Depositphotos’ Chief Operating Officer, Igor Kaliuzhnyi discusses news that might be useful for both buyers and contributors.

1. Licenses

You might have noticed that we have significantly modified the License Agreement. The core of the document is still pretty much the same, though; the agreement explains the differences between the Extended and the Standard Licenses in a comprehensive way. We hope that now it’s much easier to understand how all this licensing business works. We’ve also added a comparison of the various possible ways you can use files purchased under the Standard or Extended Licenses. We encourage all buyers to check this table if they aren’t sure which license they need. We also invite our users to send suggestions regarding possible ways of using files which are not mentioned in the comparison. Our goal is to create an explanatory guideline that would be helpful in any situation.

Besides, we are going to make it possible to use the Extended License to purchase any file available at the website, so it will be easier for buyers to find exactly what they need; while at the same time, giving all the contributors an opportunity to boost their sales and, consequently, their level of earnings. Please note that the price of the Extended License is now $80.

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Depositphotos’ weekly review: February 5, 2013

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Top 15 searched Keywords of the Week:

Vectors, Abstract, Beauty, Woman, Vintage, TexturesLove,  Heart, Wedding, Girl, Baby, Shopping, Tree, Gold, Hair.

Best seller of the Week:

Beautiful Brunette Girl. Healthy Long Hair | Stock Photo © Depositphotos | Anna Subbotina

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Depositphotos breaks a new record: another million files were added to the agency’s library in less than two months

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida, January 30, 2013 — Depositphotos, the fastest-growing microstock agency in the world, increased its library by another million files.

The agency’s library recently passed the 12 million milestone high-quality stock photographs, vector images and videos sold under a royalty-free license. The agency’s library increased by 140% during the calendar year 2012.

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