Free Stock Photos: Hand In Hand

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Born in Bologna, Italy, Rido’s first involvement in stock photography came about 7 years ago. He started with shooting simple still life works isolated on white backgrounds but soon realized that working with people and models was what attracted him most. The creation of stories and concepts based on the various environments he was exposed to while shooting provided him with the thrill of being a photographer.

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“At that time, stock photography was a good possibility in bringing home the bacon.” he laughs. But now it has given him more meat than he expected especially the freedom of creativity and time. Even though his collection is quite varied, Rido’s forte lies in business and lifestyle shots  and it can clearly be seen under his 123RF profile.

123RF Contributor Stock Photo-Rido 123RF Contributor Stock Photo-RidoWith his camera in hand, Rido focuses on a clean and balanced vision in every capture, channeling the inner voice of his surroundings to create the kind of imagery he desires, more like a “stylistic treat”. His words. Amazing.

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So how does he get inspired? Through solid, old-fashioned research – flipping through magazines, adverts, or the works of his favorite contributors. Other times the inspiration stems from studying a particular concept and printing it as an image or out of the blue while shooting. And that’s no surprise coming from a country so rich in history, art and beauty.

123RF Contributor Stock Photo-Rido  123RF Contributor Stock Photo-Rido

The sky’s the limit for Rido, and he hopes his works will do the same for you.

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Dorothy,

      Just click on the photo and you can “Save Image As”. Hope this helps and thank you for your support!

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Noa,

      All you have to do is right click on the photo and Save as, this is best done on a desktop though. Hope you are able to access it!

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Sevellaraja,

      Great question, thank you for pointing it out. You may use the free images on websites, articles or ads, however, it is not applicable for resale purposes such as any merchandise that are designed for sale.

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      Photo Chick

      Hi D,

      It depends on how you want to use it, though you can download and safekeep this to be used for other suitable projects in the near future!

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Batia!

      You are so kind and the feedback is truly heartwarming=) Do visit us regularly for frequent updates and have a happy holiday!

  1. johnyrox

    Hi
    Thanks for the cool images i’m sure they will come in handy. It’s nice to get a free gift now and again.
    Merry Xmas

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  2. Ken Richards

    Sorry, but these people images have that contrived, stock-photo look. They just don’t look natural. Why does everyone in the photos have the glazed, mindless look of a Stelford wife?

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Ken,

      I don’t disagree with your statement and there are instances whereby studio shots are preferred over natural shots. Though, you make an excellent point and it would be a great start to featuring more natural photos.

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  3. Beth Goh

    Do we need to credit the photographer when we use the free image for commercial or non commercial works?
    Thanks you.

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Beth,

      No, you do not have to though it would be nice to share his portfolio when you can. The free images are only used commercially and not for resale purposes.Thank you for asking!

  4. dana kichen

    Can I choose which photos I want or am I only given these two on this page. If I can, how do I find additional photos I may want for this promotion?

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      Photo Chick

      Hi Dana,

      Yes, these two are free for downloads. If you would like additional images from this contributor, you may purchase from his collection. Not only will you be supporting his work, you will also be guaranteed good quality images!

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