Apr 14 Posted 3 years ago
If you look at the study, it only examines one picture which seems overly generic. I would blame poor selection, composition, and usage instead of discarding stock photography completely.
When used correctly, stock photography can actually be very effective.
Jan 2 Posted 3 years ago
I agree with you Jasmine, most people use stock photo it doesn't look professional. But for the photos above, not all photos are bad, it depends on what the articles about.
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