Danita Delimont: New Website Design

Posted on 6/28/2017 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Danita Delimont Stock Photography has launched a new website design with large photos and roll over pop ups. The site’s new Galleries section shows tightly edited collections of the best images in 48 of the most popular subject categories they have to offer.

For example, customers can go galleries of African Culture, African Wildlife, America the Beautiful, Children of the World, Cultural Beauty, Oceania, etc. and see collections of 100 to 200 images that the agency’s editors feel are the best in each subject area. To see more, or to more tightly narrow the selection, simply do a keyword search.

These images are part of an over 900,000 highly curated collection produced by over 300 of the agency’s Travel, Nature and Cultural photographers who roam the globe capturing new vistas and exciting destinations.

The agency also offers a new Simplified RM pricing option for uncomplicated licensing, as well as Royalty Free images.

To promote this launch the agency is offering a 20% discount for all online purchases during the month of July. Customers must use the code DDS020 for 20% off their purchase.   

The full list of Galleries include:

African Culture Conservation Photography Ireland Royalty-Free Travel
African Wildlife Cultural Beauty Italy Seasonal Colors
America the Beautiful Europe Jaynes Gallery South America
Art Wolfe European Illustrations Lighthouses Spain
Asia Fine Art Medium Format Top Sellers
Bing Home Page Florals Mexico Traditional Crafts
Black & White Frans Lanting Music & Instruments Turkey
Breathtaking Landscapes Geometric Shapes Nautical Underwater
Bridges Global Classrooms North American Wildlife UNESCO
Butterflies Global Warming Oceania Wild West
Caribbean Historic Engraving Religions Worldwide World Wine
Children of the World Inspiring Images Royalty-Free Editorial World Food

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