The next time you need to find images for a client project, it maybe worth heading over to APImages.com - thanks to a deal with microstock image company Fotolia
Millions of Fotolia's rights-managed and royalty-free images are now available to buy and download from AP Images – the Associated Press website that enables designers, photographers and other creatives to source imagery for their projects.
The AP Images website will also offer MicrostockRF subscriptions, enabling you to buy from 50 to 5,000 images per month, depending on the subscription model you choose.
Fernando Ferre, vice president of AP Images said in a press statement:
“Our customers are asking us for a solution and this partnership allows us to address our customers’ needs comprehensively, along with our industry-leading editorial offering and our partners’ royalty-free and rights-managed creative content.”
Of course, the tie-up between AP Images and Fotolia also has another benefit as Fotolia co-founder and CEO Oleg Tscheltzoff explains:
"We're excited to be a part of yet another industry first by opening up a new market for our 126,000 plus artists.
"We believe this is just the first step in a strategic alliance that will allow both of us to continue our industry leading innovations, grow our companies and benefit our customers."
The AP Images / Fotolia tie-up launches today.