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Searching and Purchasing Hollywood Pictures

                                                         Searching and Purchasing Hollywood Pictures

There are two types of Hollywood pictures or photographs.  There are those of celebrities, movie stars and television personalities – and then there are those of Hollywood, the town or community.  These are the pictures of the “brick and mortar” Hollywood. There are hundreds of web sites that sell or display pictures of celebrities but there’s really only one that is devoted to displaying and selling pictures of geographic Hollywood.  That web site is hollywoodphotographs.com and there are more than 8,000 photos on it. Searching or viewing the pictures on this web site is extremely easy and fun.

Searchers simply enter a keyword, on Google, that take him/her to the hollywoodphotographs.com web site. When the first page appears, click on the button that says “Browse Collection Now” or the button that says “Search Collection.”  When the next page appears, the viewer will see a list of over ninety subject categories from which to choose.  Clicking on any of the categories will bring up the first page of pictures for that subject.  Clicking on a photo thumbnail will enlarge the image – click on it again and the picture gets even larger. 

To purchase a Hollywood picture, simply click on the “Add To Cart” button and follow the easy steps to complete the purchase.

Some of the most popular subject categories of pictures is the Hollywood Sign, premieres, Hollywood Canteen and Restaurants and Nightclubs.

All the pictures on the hollywoodphotographs.com can be viewed and purchased. The cost of a digital image, for personal use, is $50. For commercial use, the fee is $75.  These fees are considerably less than most other photographic web sites.

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