Which Countries Do Shutterstock's Pictures Come From?

Posted on 6/10/2019 by Robert Kneschke | Printable Version | Comments (0)

A few weeks ago, the publicly traded image agency Shutterstock had released its second-quarter 2018 business figures. Among those figures, there was also the remarkable 204.2 million images Shutterstock currently offers. 41% of these were added in the last year alone. On my Facebook page there was a lively discussion afterwards, regarding exactly where  these many millions of pictures come from.


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