Vancouver startup EveryStockPhoto got a huge endorsement on CNET’s Webware today. In an article titled Online place to find public-domain multimedia, CNET’s Don Reisinger slotted EveryStockPhoto right after Creative Commons and ahead of Vancouver’s most famous photo startup Flickr. That’s pretty good company.
EveryStockPhoto is a search engine for those who want free, public-domain photos to use on their site.
Overall, I was really impressed by EveryStockPhoto. When you get to the site, you have the option of viewing photos in popular categories or using the page’s prominent search box to find photos. When you search the site, it finds images from several resources, including many of those mentioned in this roundup. Flickr is one of its most used sources.
When you click on an image in EveryStockPhoto, you can see who owns it, the licensing rights associated with it, and more. I really liked EveryStockPhoto. Check it out.
EveryStockPhoto is owned by Vancouver’s Vibrant Software.