September 24, 2022

As humans, we like to look at nice things. Whether it’s a website, a brochure, or an Instagram account, poor-quality images can really make an impression. In fact, according to this report on Medium, almost 70% of online shoppers insist that a product image is “very important” when deciding to buy a product. So if you use mediocre photos in your professional content, you may be setting yourself up for failure.
Before you start budgeting for some pricey digital images, you may want to check out what this epic photography bundle service has to offer. From food and beverage images to super-interesting everyday life shots, this bundle gives you access to tons of high-quality photos, sure to boost your online content. But the best part? There’s no set price — you can choose how much you want to pay. 
The way this deal works is simple. You can offer however much you want (with a $1 minimum) to claim these asset bundles. If your price is below the average value determined by fellow shoppers, you’ll receive something nice from the bundle. But if you beat the average price, the entire bundle is yours! And if you beat the top price on the leaderboard, you’ll be entered to win a stellar giveaway and make it onto the leaderboard yourself.
This photo collection contains five fantastic bundles by professional photographer and designer Pawel Kadysz. Each pack provides a wide range of subjects, giving you plenty to choose from, no matter what kind of website, blog, or whatever else you want to make more pleasing to the eye. Additionally, you’ll enjoy a photo gallery of daily life images, like public transport images, beautiful, colorful images of fun items and objects in the “things” bundle, a collection of nature and animals, and more.
Looking to elevate your online content with high-quality photos? Pay what you want for a portion of the Photography Bundle Assets or beat the average price to claim it all.
Prices subject to change.
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An old lady in England got a voice assistant as a gift. A devout Catholic, she asked it to say the Hail Mary. Delighted when it did so, she made it a daily habit. And Amazon was charging her for it, writes Patrick Collinson, her son. She had “unwittingly ordered” a subscription for an app… READ THE REST
As Ars Technica puts it, “ISPs can’t find any judges who will block California’s Net Neutrality law”, and it’s not like they haven’t been shopping hard. FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, who voted for federal net neutrality rules in 2015 and opposed their repeal in 2017, applauded yesterday’s court decision.”This is big. Because when the FCC… READ THE REST
Let’s face it, we all love television, and why wouldn’t we? It’s literally designed to keep us entertained. What is frustrating, though, is not being able to enjoy television at its absolute best because of things like bad reception. If you are a TV lover who wants to get even more out of your television, you are in luck!… READ THE REST
As many people continue to prioritize financial independence over the standard 9 to 5 office jobs, ridesharing has become a serious contender for side or even full-time income with the average full-time driver, “earning just under $42,000 a year (gross earnings).” And with “3.9 million Uber drivers and 1.4 million Lyft drivers on the road”, you’d be smart to learn how to maximize your… READ THE REST
After living through a global pandemic, it’s safe to say we’re all way more aware of cleanliness than ever. Unfortunately, the world is a dirty place. For example, the ATMs and touch screens you use have been handled by countless hands. And despite our best efforts with hand washing and constant sanitizer use, germs still manage to slip past our… READ THE REST
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