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This article was published on September 24, 2013

    Shutterstock launches Offset, a marketplace for hand-picked ‘remarkable’ imagery, out of beta

    Shutterstock launches Offset, a marketplace for hand-picked ‘remarkable’ imagery, out of beta Image by: © Amos Nachoum/WaterHouse Marine Images/ Offset
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    Paul Sawers

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    Death of a penguin; life for a seal.Six months after Shutterstock first announced Offset, a new high-end marketplace for stock photos, the New York-based company has finally launched the service out of beta and to the public.

    Offset focuses on “remarkable imagery”, hand-picked snaps from photographers and illustrators around the world, and opens with a collection of 45,000 “authentic, narrative images from 100 renowned artists.”

    Though the images are royalty-free, and covers unlimited print and online usage, the per-image pricing will range from $250 to $500 depending on the file-size.

    Offset

    Image credit: Amos Nachoum – WaterHouse Marine Images