Penryn, United Kingdom, June 11, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The IT Enquirer, a leading information resource for cross-channel publishers and creative professionals, announces the availability of a growing collection of free stock photographs for its subscribers. In its desire to deliver more than just information, IT Enquirer is expanding its online offering with digital components used in the publishing process.
The first offering in IT Enquirer’s expansion towards becoming an information services provider rather than a magazine or publication, is a growing collection of stock photo bonus material that subscribers may use without restrictions. There is no extra fee to pay, nor is any type of usage excluded. Currently topping at a modest 100 images, the collection is set to grow rapidly into the thousands.
The stock photo collection includes the following categories: History, Furniture, Architecture, People, Objects, Art, Churches, Nature, Landscapes, Cityscapes, Industry, Technology, and Abstract. Each photo is presented to all visitors in thumbnail and medium-sized format. Subscribers get to see a download link when they are logged in. The link enables them to download a 1200 dpi JPEG image with a RGB Profoto ICC colour profile for use in print and online.
Photos can be used as background, generic image for online or print publishing, computer wallpaper, and more.
A subscription to IT Enquirer costs 60.00 Euros for a full year. Subscribers get access to all content on the site, including enterprise cross-channel publishing and Digital Asset Management analyses, PDFs of lengthy stories, product and market reports, and now also stock photos.
Planned for the near future are also stock video and audio clips, video backgrounds, lower thirds, etc.
About IT Enquirer
IT Enquirer is an online information resource for cross-media publishers. It also has a large section focused on the creative side of cross-media publishing. Erik Vlietinck has over 18 years of experience analysing document publishing as an editor for trade magazines in Belgium, the Netherlands and Great-Britain. He has written publishing systems manuals, and technical and market analysis papers for printing and online product developers.
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