Depositphotos reaches 8 million high-quality images, and introduces brand-new lightbox functionality


Fort Lauderdale, Florida, June 21, 2012 – Depositphotos, the fastest growing microstock agency in the world, surpassed the 8 million image milestone. And in addition to reaching new heights, Depositphotos unveiled brand-new lightbox operating features.

Among the authors who helped Depositphotos’ library grow by another million images are such world-renowned photographers as WaveBreakMedia, Pressmaster, Life on White, PHB.CZ and Nagib.
“High quality images, variety and freshness of presented content is what our clients value the most,” says Vadim Nekhai, Chief Marketing Officer of Depositphotos. “And this is the main reason why we spend so much time trying to attract the most professional contributors from around the world.”
Along with the addition of its 8 millionth image, Depositphotos introduced a fundamentally new lightbox system, making it possible for users to arrange favorite files and schedule content downloads.

Turn your projects into Grand Slam events!


Every year, Wimbledon, a quiet suburb of London, turns into the world capital of tennis. For two weeks, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) holds the Wimbledon Championships on its courts. It is arguably the most prestigious competition of all the four Grand Slam tournaments.

Wimbledon is the only major tennis championship in the world where the matches are held on grass. Even though the ball generally stays in play much longer on clay courts (like at the French Open), tennis games on grass require different set of skills and faster reactions from the players.

Wimbledon © Depositphotos

Wimbledon © Depositphotos | Margaret Grissom 

Declare your independence from full-price images!


On the night of July 4, 1776, the second Continental Congress, consisting of representatives from the 13 British colonies in North America, already engaged in conducting a war of independence from colonial bondage, and creating a new independent government, completed the document formalizing their “Declaration of Independence” from Great Britain. After it was completed and signed, it was read aloud for all the people who gathered in front of the Continental Congress building in Philadelphia.

Happy 4th of July! © Depositphotos

Happy 4th of July! © Depositphotos | Marina Riley

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