This week's banner is by Frank from Nova Scotia, Canada

General comments
Back to the book | Post New Topic | Search | Help | Log In | Register

» Forum Index » General comments » Topic: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?

Posted on 24/02/21 05:39:57 AM
Mariner
Renaissance Mariner
Posts: 2259

Reply


Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
Try Amazon's clothing department. Yes, Amazon!

Posted on 24/02/21 05:58:27 AM
vibeke
Kreative Kiwi
Posts: 2112

Reply


Re: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
Thanks

_________________
Perfect confidence is granted to the less talented as a consolation prize.

Posted on 24/02/21 4:10:46 PM
Steve Caplin
Administrator
Posts: 6526

Reply


Re: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
Or Pixelsquid now has a range of people, from loads of directions.

Posted on 25/02/21 9:26:44 PM
Mariner
Renaissance Mariner
Posts: 2259

Reply


Re: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
Steve, I looked at Pixelsquid before posting the above. To get hi-res you have to sign in, and I coldn't be bothered. With Amazon you only need to put in the gender and the type of clothing and there it is. Some images are not full length, and some only have the front view, but otherwise you are spoiled for choice and there are no watermarks.

Posted on 26/02/21 10:52:26 AM
Steve Caplin
Administrator
Posts: 6526

Reply


Re: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
But watch out for breaches of copyright if you’re using Amazon!

Posted on 27/02/21 1:35:38 PM
DavidMac
Director of Photoshop
Posts: 3932

Reply


Re: Searching for people, Hi-Res, white background, from four directions?
I get lots of people from clothing catalogues.

Costume rental is another great source if you are looking for out of the ordinary.

No idea what copyright implications are in these cases.

_________________
The subtlety and conviction of any Photoshop effect is invariably inversely proportional to the number of knobs on it .......
Back

[ To post a reply, please Log In or Register ]

Powered by SimpleForum Pro 4.6