Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a photo researcher or editor who would like to know if we have a photograph of a subject that you can license?
Here's how to use our website and search engine to find the image that you need.
Are you a client who has decided on a photograph to license?
How do we download images from your FTP server?
Can you email an image in the range of 40Mb to us? It needs to be 300 dpi.
Are you looking for rare, hard-to-photograph subjects?
I am a researcher who is having an article published in a scientific journal. May I submit some of your photographs for consideration for publication to the journal?
I am working with a nonprofit organization that is saving the world. Unfortunately we have no funds for photography. Can we use one of your images for free?
Hopefully one of these days, photographers and filmmakers will be recognized as persons who do contribute greatly to the environment with their imagery. They will be paid for their work, and they and their work will be recognized as much as scientists' and politicians'. Nonprofit organizations will recognize the value of great imagery for their cause, and instead of constantly asking photographers to donate their photographs (and the huge amount of time it takes to do so!), they will pay photographers just as they pay themselves, their printers, designers, webmasters, and the postman.
http://photoprofessionals.wordpress.com/ Please read this letter from photoprofessionals that concisely and awesomely states our and other photographers' point of view on donating images for free. We are a signatory to this letter.
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