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Depositphotos reaches 8 million high-quality images, and introduces brand-new lightbox functionality

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, June 21, 2012 – Depositphotos, the fastest growing microstock agency in the world, surpassed the 8 million image milestone. And in addition to reaching new heights, Depositphotos unveiled brand-new lightbox operating features.

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vadim nekhaiAmong the authors who helped Depositphotos’ library grow by another million images are such world-renowned photographers as WaveBreakMediaPressmasterLife on WhitePHB.CZ and Nagib.

High quality images, variety and freshness of presented content is what our clients value the most,” says Vadim Nekhai, Chief Marketing Officer of Depositphotos. “And this is the main reason why we spend so much time trying to attract the most professional contributors from around the world.”

Along with the addition of its 8 millionth image, Depositphotos introduced a fundamentally new lightbox system, making it possible for users to arrange favorite files and schedule content downloads.

Igor KaliuzhnyiThe majority of our customers have to browse through large amounts of stock content on a daily basis. The goal of the Depositphotos development team is to save their precious time and make the process of finding and saving the right images as easy and intelligent as possible. Today we’re introducing brand new lightbox operating features that will allow clients to organize favorite files in the way that makes future purchases effortless,” states Igor Kaliuzhnyi, Depositphotos’ Chief Operating Officer. “These features have been in the process of design and testing for a long time. Now publishers, design studios, media agencies, freelancers and many other corporate and private clients can significantly reduce the effort required to search and store stock content. We hope to get positive feedback and attract more new clients by implementing these changes. The core of this system is a very advanced file manager. Now customers can add their favorite files, sort them into folders, sort them within same folder, add individual files or entire folders to their shopping cart, delete files and folders, send a selection of files by e-mail to colleagues, and more. And we did all this while still keeping the interface compact and maximally user-friendly.

About Depositphotos Inc.

Depositphotos is the fastest-growing stock photo agency in the world. Currently, it offers over 8 million stock photographs and vector images sold under royalty-free licenses. The stock photo library is increased daily by thousands of images, carefully screened and selected by moderators. The company is headquartered in Florida, USA, and has business offices in Germany, Great Britain, Ukraine and Russia.

 For more information, please visit http://depositphotos.com/, and follow Depositphotos on Facebook or @Depositphotos on Twitter.

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Roberto is an amateur photographer from Italy. He has been selling his photos at microstock since 2006 an then he added a small blog activity to write about the experiences in the world of photographic microstock and related business. The blog has progressively grown in a microstock and stock photography magazine, a complete info center – news, interviews, tips, tools, statistics for photographers/illustrators/designers/buyers selling and buying royalty-free images - and is going to consolidate its position in the sector. You can find here a specialized and motivated audience with photographic business interests.