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100 Hi-Res Photos Vol.3

NEW HIGH QUALITY PHOTO SET (Volume 3) - 100+ Ultra Hi-Res Images (5616x3744px)

(please click on the thumbnails to see bigger previews of all photos)


Welcome to Vol. 3 of my series of Ultra Hi Res Photos. This set features over 100 selected photographs. They are perfect for backgrounds, header, hero images, sliders, websites, apps, articles, presentations, posters and more.

Update: Added 6 more photos to the set for a total of 111 photos.


// Here's what you get //

A nice set of photos for your graphic and web design projects. All photos were shot with a Canon 5D Mark II in highest resolution (5616x3744) and carefully processed in Lightroom/Photoshop. You will find a wide range of photographic subjects: landscapes, beaches, mountains, animals, sunsets, trees, bokehs, cars, wood, flowers and more.

You can use these photos in any personal or commercial project. Just make sure to read the license agreement (SimpleLicense) and don't re-sell these as your own.

Please check out my other Ultra Hi Res Photo Sets:

Photo Pack Vol. 1: http://crtv.mk/hvrk

Photo Pack Vol. 2: http://crtv.mk/qutT

Retro Bundle: http://crtv.mk/qphy


Please let me know if you have any questions!

Enjoy ;)

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