Hum Images

Need Stock Photos? Check out Hum Images!

Hum Images

Looking for stock photos or stock images of any sort and have had a hard time finding them or a stock photo website that treats you with the respect you deserve, then you’ll enjoy a new stock photo website named Hum Images. While Hum Images isn’t as large as Alamy.com or Getty Images, Hum Images will be able to provide you with great customer service if you’re an editor looking to fill the visual needs of your newspaper, magazine or book project.

Hum Images is run by Brian Thomas Humek and and features his stock photos along with thousands of reportage and archival images such as military images, NASA space images and stock photos from the early 20th century.

While Hum Images specializes in supplying the best in stock photos, you will also find a section of decor photography especially catering to meet all interior design needs, whether those needs are for an individual home or for a corporate client.

Thanks,
Brian Humek
Hum Images

Statue of Mary, Mother of Jesus

Statue of Mary, Mother of Jesus

Statue of Mary, Mother of Jesus

Stock Photo Information

File size 2388 x 3091px
7.96 in x 10.3 inches
21.1 MB

Editorial Use Only

Image ID: 10001
Copyright/Credit Line: Brian Humek
Model Release: No
Property Release: No

Stock Photo Keywords: Mary, mother of Jesus, Christian art, Christianity, Jesus mom, Statues, religious art, outdoor statues, religious relics, solitude, peace, catholic saints, catholic art

 

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Dallas Stock Photos: This photo was taken in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas, Texas. In this area are many restaurants and night clubs.

Picture of a door in a white brick building.

Keywords: Deep Ellum area of Dallas, Deep Ellum, Texas, Elm Street in Dallas, black and white, 207, numbers, graffiti, gangs

Pincushion FLower Butterfly Blue Scabiosa Columbaria

Pincushion FLower Butterfly Blue Scabiosa Columbaria

This flower stock photo is of a Pincushion FLower Butterfly Blue Scabiosa Columbaria

Pincushion FLower Butterfly Blue Scabiosa Columbaria

Flower Stock Photos: A single lavender colored flower with back lighting. This is a unique and good flower photo.

Keywords: flower photos, nature photography, colors, colorful pictures, lavender colored flower, purple flower, backlit, backlighting, Good depth of field. Blurred green background.

Red Hot Cattail Acalypha hispide hispida

Red Hot Cattail Acalypha hispide hispida

This flower stock photo is of a Red Hot Cattail Acalypha hispide hispida

Red Hot Cattail Acalypha hispide hispida

Flower Stock Photos: Unsure what these flowers are called. They are from a tropical rain forest. Long slender pink furry flowers.

Keywords: flower photos, nature photography, colors, colorful pictures, pink, hot pink, tropical rain forest flowers.

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Dallas Stock Photos: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, TX

If you’re looking for photography for a design need or if you need a stock photo for a newspaper, newsletter, website, textbook or advertising campaign, we have stock photos and design photos of many types here at B. Thomas Photo Research. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we’ll search for it. Just let us know about your specific design or stock photo need.

B&W Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Stock Photo

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This photo is of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, TX. It opened in March 2012 and is the gateway from downtown Dallas to Singleton Rd. in West Dallas. The Hunt Bridge was designed by famous architect and designer Santiago Calatrava. As part of the Trinity River Project in Dallas, Santiago Calatrava is designing three different bridges to span the Trinity River.

We hope you enjoyed this black and white Dallas stock photo of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. If you need other Dallas stock photos, please browse other photos here.

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Texas Stock Photos: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, TX

If you’re looking for photography for a design need or if you need a stock photo for a newspaper, newsletter, website, textbook or advertising campaign, we have stock photos and design photos of many types here at B. Thomas Photo Research. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we’ll search for it. Just let us know about your specific design or stock photo need.

B&W Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Stock Photo

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Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Texas

This photo is of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, TX. It opened in March 2012 and is the gateway from downtown Dallas to Singleton Rd. in West Dallas. The Hunt Bridge was designed by famous architect and designer Santiago Calatrava. As part of the Trinity River Project in Dallas, Santiago Calatrava is designing three different bridges to span the Trinity River.

We hope you enjoyed this black and white Dallas stock photo of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. If you need other Dallas stock photos, please browse other photos here.

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Corn Stock Photos – Corn Alongside a Country Road

Corn Stock Photos – Rural Illinois

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Rural Stock Photos (ruralscapes) – Country road between Newman, IL and Homer, IL. Corn in late August alongside the road awaiting harvest. If you are looking for more corn stock photos, I will post more as soon as possible.

keywords: country road, Agriculture stock photos, corn stock photos, Illinois, prairie state, rural, ruralscapes, farming, farm, Illinois stock photos, sunset photography.

Concepts: peace, solitude, beauty

Stock Photo ID# BT131

ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT BRIAN THOMAS HUMEK 2013
PINNING OF THIS PICTURE ON PINTEREST IS PROHIBITED W/O OBTAINING A PINTEREST LICENSE FROM BRIAN THOMAS HUMEK

Credit: Robert Lam

What is Microstock?

To make sure terms are not mistaken, I use the term macrostock as MACROstock in the following post to distinguish it from microstock.

If you are a photographer and have thought about selling your photography, you may have heard of the term microstock.

I cannot say I am a huge fan of microstock agencies even though I have sold some of my own photos online through microstock websites. Over a four year period, my sales on microstock sites equaled the amount of sales I had on a MACROstock site in only one year. It’s amazing how much more I earned on a MACROstock site compared to microstock

Microstock sites, for the most part, sell your photos royalty free. By doing this, a company can buy your photos or illustration and use it forever or in multiple places i.e. a magazine, on websites or in a flier, for the same low price. It doesn’t matter how many times your photo is used, you get no additional money.

There are some famous examples of large companies using microstock photos for pennies and the photographer or illustrator not getting immediate credit. Twitter’s original fail whale illustration and Time Magazine’s photo depicting frugality are just a couple examples.

Was it unfair for Twitter to buy their original fail whale illustration for pennies? I, for one, say no. If an illustrator or a photographer makes the decision to sell their art for pennies, they should not be upset if a company buys it for pennies. But it would’ve been nice if Twitter had given artist Yiying Lu a little bit of recognition. They may have done so at one point, but it was probably too little, too late. You can read more about her adventure here.

As for Time Magazine, they did what they had to do in a terrible economy. Time Magazine bought a cover photo for pennies, okay, $30.00, because they could. The same picture from a MACROsite like Alamy, Corbis, Getty, would likely have sold to Time Magazine for $3000 or more. Read this amazing post for more about the Time Magazine photo.

If you were beginning to sell stock photography, how would you prefer to sell your images, as micro or MACRO stock?