Stock photography agency Dreamstime.com has a new design and has launched DreamFinder TM an innovative search engine.

With customers worldwide, Dreamstime.com provides imagery to a wide variety of clients in the creative market; from small and medium-sized companies and public to Fortune 500 companies (including the world's largest advertising agencies, magazines, television stations and production companies). To make the gallery experience simpler and more efficient, Dreamstime.com has improved the overall navigation facilities and maneuverability to make quality photos available at the touch of a fingertip to designers.

The enhanced Dreamstime.com design features DreamFinder TM, an unlimited, multi-tiered, in-depth search that is unique to the stock agencies market. Among other new facilities available on site are improved navigation and accessibility within the webpage with refined and extended search options as they pertain to keywords or excluded keywords, price, content, matching ("any or all"), photographer specific, model released files, resolution, photos/illustrations, color/monochrome, and orientation.

With the launch of DreamFinder TM, Dreamstime.com just introduced a variety of purchase options extending affordable prices that correspond to images' resolution, as well as "best-deal" subscription opportunities--also unique to the market. To keep the pace in the fast and growing market, Dreamstime.com has also introduced a new attractive payment program for its exclusive photographers. The agency offers payment for every accepted submission and 60% of every sale. (Exclusive images are awarded at a higher percentage, too.) In addition, marking its entrance on the Rights Managed Market, two more types of licenses will soon be included in agency's overall offer. (SR and EL licenses)

With more than 10,000 images added weekly, Dreamstime ranks sixth (in traffic) in the Top 10 stock agencies (Rights Managed + Royalty Free) and third in Royalty Free agencies and currently has more than 350,000 images online.