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Papyrus offers access to more than 30 million digital images

Papyrus Papers (Pvt) Ltd has been appointed the authorised distributor for Glow Images and Photosindia, providing designers, production houses and media with access to more than 30 million royalty-free and rights-managed stock photography in hundreds of categories.

Glow Images ( is a full service premium producer and distributor of royalty-free and rights-managed stock photography with over 20 million high resolution digital stock photos and illustrations available for immediate download, the company said. The company’s online stock photography library includes multicultural and multiethnic stock photography, travel stock photography, nature, animals, pets, wildlife, holidays, lifestyle, business, families, kids, children, active seniors, baby boomers, objects, concepts, science, still life, home and office interiors, architectural images, food photography, medical stock photography and much more. ( is a new service offering more than 10 million high-quality royalty-free stock images. The creation of a collaborative team including experienced stock photographers, photo editors, Internet designers, digital artists and clients, the company amalgamates all the processes of Stock Photography to provide high quality, wide variety and true value, the statement added.

“Our partnership with these two great stock photography resources complements our business of supplying fine papers from global brand icons such as Conqueror,” noted Ashan Abeyesundere, CEO of Papyrus Papers. “We already account for about 70 % of the market for fine papers in Sri Lanka, and have long-established contacts with the top designers and production agencies.”

He said the company has also acquired an in-depth knowledge and experience of serving the market for stock photography through its representation of Getty Images.

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