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Fotolia, le più vendute del 2009

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Fotolia, le più vendute del 2009

Logo FotoliaROMA, 14 gennaio 2010 – Anche al prezzo di 1€, la vendita di immagini continua a generare guadagni a sei cifre per i maggiori fotografi mondiali, perfino in un anno di crisi come quello appena concluso. Le tre immagini più vendute su Fotolia sono state acquistate circa 10.000 volte lo scorso anno. Tutte le immagini top sellers hanno un costo variabile da 1 a 20€, a seconda delle dimensioni.

I migliori fotografi e illustratori del mondo caricano le loro immagini su Fotolia perché apprezzano il nostro approccio ai maggiori mercati mondiali”, spiega il CEO Oleg Tscheltzoff. “La crescita di Fotolia è stata fenomenale, e questo soprattutto grazie alla qualità e convenienza del nostro catalogo”.

Anche le migliaia di collaboratori italiani ci stanno dando grandi soddisfazioni”, ha aggiunto Lisa Sallusto, manager per l’Italia. “I loro ottimi risultati di vendita mostrano infatti quanto i nostri fotografi e illustratori sappiano farsi apprezzare in tutto il mondo”.

In ordine alfabetico, le tre immagini top sellers 2009 su Fotolia:

Autore: Ioannis Kounadeas


3d human with a red question mark

© ioannis kounadeas | Fotolia.com

Autore: Monkey Business


Couple giving two young children piggyback rides smiling

© Monkey Business | Fotolia.com

Autore: Pressmaster


Image of three business people working at meeting

© pressmaster | Fotolia.com

L’immagine di autore italiano più venduta nel mondo nel 2009 è:

Autore: Vision Images


padre e figlio sul molo

© vision images | Fotolia.com


Con filiali in dodici paesi e siti in undici lingue, è la maggiore agenzia mondiale di immagini professionali lowcost.

Fotolia rende disponibile un database di 8.000.000 di immagini e video da scaricare in alta risoluzione con licenza royalty free, per un uso professionale e a prezzi imbattibili (a partire da 0,14€). Fotolia offre alle aziende partner la possibilità di integrazione del proprio database tramite API gratuite.

Oltre 1.500.000 utenti nel mondo scelgono Fotolia per le loro esigenze in fatto di immagini: con una collezione di oltre 8 milioni di immagini tra le quali scegliere, su Fotolia c’è!

Trovala su www.fotolia.it

Contatti Fotolia Italia

tel. 06-916.501.62


I miei personali complimenti a Vision Images per il traguardo raggiunto :-)

Fotolia, le più vendute del 2009 is a post from My Stock Photography sponsored by DepositPhotos


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