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The 7 Most Versatile Types of Photo Every Designer Should Own

When was the last time you used a photo in a design project? I bet it wasn’t too long ago. Designers use photos in all sorts of projects, to create posters, magazines, websites, and much, much more. When photos become part of your everyday design process, you want to make sure those photos work hard and prove to be great value.  Here, I’ll show you the seven types of photo I come back to again and again for creating multi-layered designs.
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