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Old 12-29-2021, 06:37 PM   #5
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Ronald -

Unfortunately, the major stock photo sites all seem to have gone over to a subscription basis since I last purchased an image for a book cover. I know I saw a photo -- somewhere -- just a few days ago with a price of $545 for the "large" version (which was suitable for use as a book cover at 300 dpi, but still not suitable for a poster-size print for display in a show), but I can't remember what site it was on or what I was looking for when I found it.

I did find that in January of this year I paid $68.99 for an image I used on a cover. It didn't encompass the entire cover, it was an inset. The image I bought was a JPEG, 300 dpi, 3261 x 4891. I bought it from the Dreamstime stock image site. What I purchased was the right to use the image as many times as I want in work that I create without paying royalties, but I do not have the right to transfer the original image to anyone else.

WAIT! Check Getty Images for pricing.
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