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Now the image is available for your use (according to the terms of the license, of course). Some subscription types allow you to download the image again later by using the /v2/images/licenses/id/downloads endpoint.

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The Shutterstock API provides access to Shutterstock's library of media, as well as information about customers' accounts and the contributors that provide the media.It allows customer platforms to search for media, view information and previews for the media, and license and download media.

You can use an API subscription to license and download media only with the API; API subscriptions don't work on the Shutterstock web site.If you have a subscription that does not include API access and want to use it with the API, contact us.

Each type of subscription provides access to a specific media library; all API requests use only the media in that library, including search, details, and licensing requests.For example, when you search with a free subscription, the results are limited to images in the Free stock photos collection.For this reason, you might see different media by searching on the API versus searching on trying to license media, make sure that you can access it through the API with your API subscription.

Each application has access to one or more API products.These products control the media library that the application accesses and whether the application can access other features such as reverse image search.These products are separate from the subscriptions that control how many assets you can license and download and what level of access the application has to other features.

Downloading media with the Shutterstock API has two main steps:First, you use a subscription to license one or more pieces of media.Then, you can use links in the response to download the media.Some subscriptions allow you to redownload the media later.

To request a license and download media, pass the media ID and the subscription ID to the appropriate endpoint.For example, to license images, use the POST /v2/images/licenses endpoint, as in the example in the right-hand column.You can use the defaults for the size and format or specify values; the example specifies JPG images.

After that, to download the image again, you must request a new link by either licensing the image again or requesting a redownload link if the license type permits redownloads.See Redownloading media.

If you access editorial media from separate editorial endpoints, use the GET /v2/editorial/images/search or GET /v2/editorial/videos/search endpoints to find the media.Use the POST /v2/editorial/images/licenses or POST /v2/editorial/videos/licenses endpoints to license and download the media, as shown in the example in the right-hand pane.

When you license and download an image, you can select one of the standard sizes that it is available in, or you can specify a custom height or width in pixels.The API resizes the image to match that height or width.You can set the height or the width but not both.The height or width must be at least 100 pixels and has a maximum of the original image size.

You can use the licensing sandbox API to test your application's licensing, downloading, and license history code for images, video, and audio and verify that your subscription is working.Editorial licensing is not available in the sandbox.To use the sandbox, change the base URL of your requests to you are using the JavaScript SDK, use the setSandbox method, as in the example in the right-hand pane (requires SDK version 1.0.11 or later).

For example, you can pass the ID of a sandbox image license to the POST /v2/images/licenses/id/downloads sandbox endpoint. If the license ID matches a license that you created in the sandbox and the license permits redownloads, the redownload endpoint returns a 200 OK code and a link to a preset sample file.

Most of the time, you download media as soon as you license it, but some subscription types allow you to redownload media later.Platform licenses that you request through the API do not allow redownloads.Shutterstock considers each license to be a unique transaction for a single use of the media, so licensing a media item once does not necessarily mean that you can retrieve it later.

You can use the appropriate endpoint, such as GET /v2/images/licenses, to see your licenses.Then, if your subscription permits redownloads, you can use the license ID to request a new download URL from the POST v2/images/licenses/license_id/downloads endpoint, as in the example in the right-hand column.

You can create collections of a single asset type, which are custom lists of a single type of Shutterstock asset, including images, videos, and audio tracks.You can create any number of collections and access them through the API or at collections will be deprecated, so use catalog collections if your account has access to them.

Through the API, enterprise and SMB users can search catalogs, create catalog collections, and add Shutterstock assets to them, including images, videos, audio tracks, and editorial media.To add their own files and do other work with catalogs and catalog collections, they must access their catalogs with a web browser at

To create a render, pass the timeline object and file format preset (MASTER_MP3 for an MP3 file, MASTER_WAV for a WAV file, or STEMS_WAV for individual WAV tracks for each instrument) to the POST /v2/ai/audio/renders endpoint.The response body includes the ID of the render, which you can use to download the output file.

The time that the API takes to render the output depends on the length of the audio and the descriptors in the timeline.You can use the GET /v2/ai/audio/renders endpoint to track the status of the rendering process and download the audio when it is ready.You must call this endpoint once to trigger the rendering process and then call it again to see if the output file is ready.To avoid exceeding your application's rate limit, don't call this endpoint more than once in 10 seconds.

This endpoint gets licenses for one or more images. You must specify the image IDs in the body parameter and other details like the format, size, and subscription ID either in the query parameter or with each image ID in the body parameter. Values in the body parameter override values in the query parameters. The download links in the response are valid for 8 hours.

This endpoint gets licenses for one or more videos. You must specify the video IDs in the body parameter and the size and subscription ID either in the query parameter or with each video ID in the body parameter. Values in the body parameter override values in the query parameters. The download links in the response are valid for 8 hours.

The free trial comes with an annual subscription of 10 downloads per month. This means that by using the trial, you can legally download 10 royalty-free images licensed under the Standard License without a watermark for free, which would normally cost $29.00.

Any of the 86 million vectors can be downloaded without a watermark. This is the same as downloading stock photos. You can do it with the free trial, get 1 free vector each week when you subscribe to the newsletter, or by purchasing image subscriptions or image packs.

To summarize, anyone can download Shutterstock images without a watermark using the free trial, by purchasing a subscription plan, or an on-demand pack. With the free trial, you get 10 free images, while with a subscription plan, you may download up to 750 images/month for just $0.22/image.

There is no legal way of downloading Shutterstock videos without a watermark for free. Illegal tools that remove your watermark might get you in big trouble. The best way to get Shutterstock videos without a watermark is to buy them with subscription plans.

Shutterstock is one of the best stock photo sites around, famous for its massive library full of high-resolution images, ready to jump from their site onto your designs. But for that, you need to download them without their Shutterstock watermark.

Right now, Shutterstock has this awesome free trial offer available which gives you 10 free downloads of Shutterstock images of your choice, all without watermark, and without paying a dime for them! Downloading images with this method will remove the watermark from the files.

If you only need a few royalty-free images for creative projects, a good way to download Shutterstock images without a watermark is to buy an on-demand image pack. These are one-time purchases where you pay for a number of image downloads upfront, and then have a whole year to use those downloads and get your desired image.

Quick note: If you are looking for stock videos, the only way to get Shutterstock videos without a watermark, legally covered for personal and commercial use, is to buy and download videos from their website. They now have both Standard and Enhanced Video licenses available, so make sure to check which one is best for you!

Image packs aren't the only way to buy photos at Shutterstock. In fact, from all of its pricing options, a stock photo subscription is the best Shutterstock watermark remover, so to speak, because it lets you access all the Shutterstock images and download as many professional photos as you need, immediately and without worrying about watermarks, and has the lowest per-image prices. It makes for a very fluent and stress-free workflow.

You can sign up for a free account on Shutterstock, and it will let you navigate the entirety of their image library (and stock footage and stock audio libraries), save images in personal collections, and download their weekly free stock images, among other perks. But if you want free photos, Shutterstock's offer is limited. The vast majority of the content on their website is paid.

The Shutterstock website is open for all: you can sign up for free, as well as navigate their libraries, save images in lightboxes and even access a limited version of Shutterstock Creative Flow, all without paying. It's image downloading what you need to pay for. However, if you use the Shutterstock Free Trial, the weekly image files on the Shutterstock website, or the ones in the weekly newsletter, you can get Shutterstock images for free.


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