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    15th October 2009

    Reflex Stock® innovates with new recession busting stock photo range

    Reflex Stock®, one of the world’s leading independent stock photography distributors has re-launched its website with an enhanced collection of over 15 million quality stock photo images to suit every budget and brief in the advertising, design, editorial and corporate markets. Prices for royalty free stock photography start from as little as 14c per image.

    The new site incorporates a number of significant improvements developed on the basis of extensive usability testing. Improvements include a clearer navigation based on the needs of users, much-improved search capabilities and a unique collection that incorporates Rights Managed, Premium, Budget, Subscription and Micro priced images. The simplified range allows users to work within their personal budget.

    Dwyer O’Neill, Chief Executive Officer of Reflex Stock® said: “The global recession has hit creative budgets hard and over the past year there has been a marked shift in demand for low cost stock imagery.”

    “We have responded to these changing market trends by bringing together more quality images than ever before along with a simplified product range that allows customers to tailor their search within their own budget.”

    Reflex Stock currently offer 15 Micro-Priced credits for only $15, which is 70% cheaper than industry competitors.

    “Since the new offer went live we have had a really positive response from buyers across the globe. We provide a competitive and compelling alternative to the dominant providers in the stock photography market by offering our customers value, without compromising on image quality or levels of service.”

    Reflex Stock® also now supports 16 different currencies including the Canadian Dollar; Australian Dollar; Russian Rouble; Brazilian Real and Chinese Yen to name but a few.


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