Welcome to ModelPhotos4Sale.com

This site is operated by photographer Colby Files and offers downloadable stock model photos for fine art compositors in the various digital art classes and groups that Colby belongs to. 

The galleries include both edited and unedited high resolution jpeg's ready for you to work your compositing and/or editing magic. Just extract the model and place on your background, or lay in your elements right on the model photo. 

Also, now available are the "Textures, Elements and Background" galleries. Individual photos are only a few dollars each. 

New content will be added regularly. Some of the models are seasoned professionals and others are aspiring models.

Single photo downloads are available and range in price from $10 to $20 each, or consider a lifetime UNLIMITED access membership. See details here.

If you have not yet joined this stock model photos library, we would like to give you ten compelling reasons why you should.

Largest stock model collection on the net. It's a no brainer if you are using model photos in your composites. This membership is all you will ever need...forever!

Memberships offer both Edited and Unedited photos

Memberships include unlimited access to photos for life. Never pay for another model image.

Commercial license included

Categories include: Beauty Head Shots, Conceptual, Dancing and Yoga, Fashion, Moody, Portrait Style and Artistic Nude

Growing collection of Textures, Elements and Backgrounds

New content regularly 

Models include both clean skin and beautifully tattooed skin art

Inclusion in the brand new private Facebook Group starting in 2020. Get advance notice on new content, photography tips, and interesting topics for photographers and digital artists.

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Published on the June, 2017 cover of Photography Masterclass Magazine. Model is Hannah Martin

Meet the Artist - Colby Files

After being introduced to photography during college in the late 60’s, Colby worked as a photographer for the college and local newspapers. During this time he created a monthly column that featured photo layouts and bio for college coeds, which became his introduction to photographing beautiful women. The photos were taken with black and white film and Colby also performed the darkroom tasks.

After college, living in an agriculturally based community, he was hired to photograph small towns, land parcels, and broadcast radio towers. That period of shooting aerial photography provided for a modest income and made the airplane payment. Photography played an important part throughout his working career until retirement in 2011. After retirement, Colby immersed himself in the art he now considers “more than a hobby, but not quite a real job”.

Colby's work has been published nationally and internationally, won dozens of contests, and received many other accolades for photography. His highest honor came when his work was published on the cover ofPhotography Masterclass Magazine.

   

HEY PHOTOGRAPHERS....Ever notice how most photographs start to look the same after a while? I mean, how many photos of models have you seen?  How many butterflies or flowers?  How many interchangeable landscapes?  How many near-identical "street photos"? With so many photographers out there, and with great cameras and editing software becoming more and more popular, the whole field of photography sometimes feels as if it's becoming repetitive in the extreme. 

Which is why I'm so excited to FINALLY be able to recommend something different. Something that can make your photography stand out. And even make you feel more excited about being a photographer than ever. It sure did for me and changed by editing style and photographs forever. I cannot recommend this enough.

Check it all out by clicking on the image to the right and save $200, an exclusive price arrangement for Colby Files Photography customers.

This changes everything.

Colby Files
PS: I can see this reinvigorating your love of photography (and real photo art) in a big way. The possibilities are endless, and can easily become the one thing setting you apart from all of the other photographers out there.