With lots of smashing new tools on our website, we provide you with more ways to achieve what you’re looking for. Check out the recent improvements:
Simpler and cleaner. Purely images, uncluttered by unnecessary information and blank spaces. This option displays the large thumbnails in a modern column layout, letting the vertical photos shine with a greater presence. The search results fill your screen with a contemporary work-board look. > See it in action
Like to see your images wide? Here you can display the thumbnails in a row layout, giving more importance to those horizontal images. Responsive design measures your screen so that you view the images perfectly, no matter the platform you’re using. > See it in action
One picture paints a thousand words! However we know that you also need to know what the image is about, so just roll over the image with your mouse to see the image caption and icons.
SEARCH BY COLOUR
Discover the new color filter feature
Explore inside the rainbow with this color picker. Specify your search’s color preference by choosing from an infinite array of hues and tones and all images with that color will fill your screen. Designers rejoice – you can also enter hex HTML codes to reveal all the images that match your color palette brief. > Test it now
MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHER Enhanced Photographer Profiles
MEET THE ARTIST BEHIND THE IMAGES
Do you like an image? Do you admire the work of one of our photographers? Do you want to know more about him or her? Do you want to see all the photos from this artist?
Photographers whose images feature in age fotostock, pixtal or INSPIRATION collections have a “Photographer Profile” in our website. Use it to find more of those images you like! Their profile not only contains info on their bio, career and interests, but links to all of their images, a selection of their favorites, the last ones that have been uploaded, the most viewed, most sold, and our editor’s picks.
HOW TO ACCESS THE PHOTOGRAPHER PROFILE
Click on the photo you like to see the image’s Item Details. Under the Photographer’s name, click on “See profile”.
Alternatively, in the Keyword Search Box enter author: followed by the photographers name and surname separated by a space and enclosed in quotes, for example: