PhotoSource International
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Welcome to the PhotoSourceBANK

If you are a
photographerseeking exposure for your photography, you've come to the right place.Whether you are an unknown photographer or a veteran freelancer, thePhotoSourceBANK places you in the front of the line. Editorial photobuyers need specific-content pictures, and if you have what they need, they’re interested in working with you. Major photobuyers search the PhotoSourceBANK daily for their picture needs. The PhotoSource International website gets 43,000 hits per day, ten times more than any similar site on the web..
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"I like the PhotoSourceBANK. I've had many hits and sales as a result of Photobuyers finding me on "the BANK." As a travel photographer, your service has been a big help. Thanks!"
- Larry Luxner, Travel Photographer, Bethesda, MD

"ABC NEWS just called our stock agency as a result of using the PhotoSourceBANK. They needed and bought a picture of a certain tree cricket that we had listed on our PhotoSourceBANK page. Thanks so much for this service!"
- Pink Guppy Images, Norfolk, VA.

"The PhotoSourceBANK has been a great help to our stock photography business. For example, when National Geographic was searching for photos for their book, "Desk Reference to Nature's Medicines", the photo researcher found my name and keywords in the PhotoSourceBANK, which led to them using 28 of our photos in the book."
- Dennis Light, Photographer, Chicago, IL

"I've enjoyed your organization for many years and plan to sell my photos online for many more!"
- Russell Beanland, Photographer, San Antonio, TX

"Thanks to PhotoDaily listings, I've sold "Two" images to National Geographic. One was used as a part of a program for schools, the other was used in their "Kids" Magazine. They may not be Prestigious Covers, but it's still National Geographic! Besides that, I sell my photos online to a variety of other publications as well. PhotoDaily and PhotoLetter are investments I highly recommend for Stock Shooters.
- Ray Malace, Photographer, Michigan



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    Lela LaBree, editor      
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