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Stock photos are useful for presentations, social media posts and advertisements. Typically, these photo libraries require you to pay a recurring fee or — worse — pay per image. As you might expect, that gets expensive really quickly. There are also open source image sites, but they don’t have nearly as wide a selection of their more premium counterparts.
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