Deal of the week: Massive discounts on stock photos

Stock imagery is one of the toughest things to get right on a website. Hunting for the right image can be time-consuming, frustrating, and all too often fruitless. The key to getting it right is having access to the widest pool of stock images possible.

That’s why we’re delighted to announce that our sister-site,, has managed to bring back one of its most popular deals ever, on the fantastic stock images from Depositphotos.

Depositphotos has one of the largest libraries on the web, more than 20 million images to be precise, and it’s that kind of choice that makes this an absolute must-have deal.

The deal is for packs of 100, or 200 images. Meaning that you’re paying less than $1 per image. And the really cool thing is, that covers all image sizes, so if you want to embrace the large image trend you’ll have the photos to do it.

All of the images are royalty free and and can be downloaded at anytime over a whole year.


For a limited time you can get 100 images, of any size, for just $99. Or, if you really want to save some cash, get 200 from $160!

This is one of the most popular deals has run, and for a good reason. Head over there now and make sure you don’t miss out.

Did you grab the Depositphotos deal last time round? Which category of image do you find most useful? Let us know in the comments.

  • Jesse Kemper

    Nice! Will definitely have to check it out, I already have a rather large collection of stock imagery but this would definitely help. As a Web Designer I do feel that searching stock imagery can be frustrating, especially if your client is picky. I definitely prefer the client to have there own images.

    • Turtle Media

      Yes definitely. Sourcing photos can be very time consuming and many clients do not understand that finding the perfect image is crucial for many advertisements and web design elements in order to communicate a message effectively. Also, beware of Getty Images, as they have a tool that scans blogs and websites for use of their images without a license, or even licenses that have expired… then they fine the owners heavily. I believe they are making more money on copyright infringement than actual stock photography sales!