I’m not sure how long this has been there, but I just learned of it today, so I’m passing it on to you.  When you do a search for content on iStockphoto, in the left column are a bunch of attributes and filters you can use to modify the return results.  Well, way at the bottom, under “More Attributes” is the new (?) “Files From” filter:

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If you play with it, you’ll see you have the options for: “All times”, “Past hour”, “Past 24 hours”, “Past week”, “Past month”, “Past 3 months”, “Past 6 months”.

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The value I see in this filter is to use a sort method like “Best Match” with it.  Say you choose 3 months and do a best match sort of a search.  You’ll get a collection of newer files with the sort algorthym applied to it, instead of a best match of every option every, which may include very old files.  Sounds obvious now that I said it, but it took me a few minutes to figure out where they were going with it.  I’m not sure the real value of “Past hour” or “Past 24 hours” and obviously, this is most useful using best match or sort by downloads.  Not so much with sort by age for example.

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2 Responses to New iStockphoto Search Filter

  1. Holgs says:

    Looks like a useful feature – It would probably be a bit more useful if it included an option like “in the last 12 months” rather than “Past hour” – no doubt there’s room to tweak it.

    • sjlocke says:

      Thanks for the comment. I was thinking a start/finish kind of thing would be good so you can search for editorial images from the 2010 olympics only or something.

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