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Adobe Stock Photos

Frequently Asked Questions



General Questions
Q. What is Adobe Stock Photos? <#What_is_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. Why is Adobe offering stock photos for purchase through the Creative Suite 2 and CS2 applications? <#Why_is_Adobe_offering_stock_photos_for_purchase_through_the_Creative_Suite_2_and_CS2_applications_>
Q. Why should I purchase stock images from Adobe? <#Why_should_I_purchase_stock_images_from_Adobe_>
Q. Does Adobe have its own image library? <#Does_Adobe_have_its_own_image_library_>
Q. How do I purchase the Adobe Stock Photos service? <#How_do_I_purchase_the_Adobe_Stock_Photos_service_>
Q. Will customers pay more for stock photos from Adobe? <#Will_customers_pay_more_for_stock_photos_from_Adobe_>
Q. Is there educational pricing for royalty free images? <#Is_there_educational_pricing_for_royalty_free_images_>
Q. What is Adobe's expansion plans for making stock photography available to their customers? <#What_is_Adobe_s__expansion_plans_for_making_stock_photography_available_to_their_customers_>
Q. Does Adobe provide photo research services? <#Does_Adobe_provide_photo_research_services_>

Royalty-free and rights-managed images
Q. What is a royalty-free image? <#What_is_a_royalty_free_image_>
Q. If I want exclusive rights to a licensed image, what should I do? <#If_I_want_exclusive_rights_to_a_licensed_image__what_should_I_do_>
Q. What is the rights-managed directory? <#What_is_the_rights_managed_directory_>

Availability and Technical Requirements
Q. How do I gain access to the Adobe Stock Photos service? <#How_do_I_gain_access_to_the_Adobe_Stock_Photos_service_>
Q. Will Adobe Stock Photos work with earlier versions of Adobe Creative Suite and CS products? <#Will_Adobe_Stock_Photos_work_with_earlier_versions_of_Adobe_Creative_Suite_and_CS_products_>
Q. What are the system requirements for Adobe Stock Photos? <#What_are_the_system_requirements_for_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. In what countries is the Adobe Stock Photos service available? <#In_what_countries_is_the_Adobe_Stock_Photos_service_available_>
Q. What languages are supported in Adobe Stock Photos? <#What_languages_are_supported_in_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. What if I don't want Adobe Stock Photos made available to everyone in our organization <#What_if_I_don_t_want_Adobe_Stock_Photos_made_available_to_everyone_in_our_organization_>?

Using (Technical) Adobe Stock Photos Royalty Free Images

Q. What is the quality of the comp images? <#What_is_the_quality_of_the_comp_images_>
Q. What uses are the different sizes of image resolutions good for? <#What_uses_are_the_different_sizes_of_image_resolutions_good_for_>
Q. Can the changes I make to my comp in Photoshop and Illustrator be applied to the higher resolution image I purchase and replace it with? <#Can_the_changes_I_make_to_my_comp_in_Photoshop_and_Illustrator_be_applied_to_the_higher_resolution_image_I_purchase_and_replace_it_with_>
Q. How long does it take to download image resolutions and file sizes? <#How_long_does_it_take_to_download_image_resolutions_and_file_sizes_>
Q. How are search results prioritized, returned and shown across all the Stock Photo Partners? <#How_are_search_results_prioritized__returned_and_shown_across_all_the_Stock_Photo_Partners_>

Using (Legal) Adobe Stock Photos Royalty Free Images

Q. How long can I use a comp image after I've downloaded it? <#How_long_can_I_use_a_comp_image_after_I_ve_downloaded_it_>
Q. What licensing terms govern use of the images? <#What_licensing_terms_govern_use_of_the_images_>
Q. If a download comp is enough quality for my purposes, can I use it? <#If_a_download_comp_is_enough_quality_for_my_purposes__can_I_use_it_>
Q. How frequently can I use a purchased royalty free image? <#How_frequently_can_I_use_a_purchased_royalty_free_image_>
Q. How many users can use my purchased royalty free image? <#How_many_users_can_use_my_purchased_royalty_free_image_>
Q. What are the acceptable uses of royalty free images? <#What_are_the_acceptable_uses_of_royalty_free_images_>
Q. What are some of the key restrictions for using royalty free images? <#What_are_some_of_the_key_restrictions_for_using_royalty_free_images_>

Purchasing images

Q. Do I need to set up an account with Adobe Stock Photos? <#Do_I_need_to_set_up_an_account_with_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. Can a customer use their existing account with a supplier to pay for photos in Adobe Stock Photos? <#Can_a_customer_use_their_existing_account_with_a_supplier_to_pay_for_photos_in_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. Do I have to pay sales tax/VAT? <#Do_I_have_to_pay_sales_tax_VAT_>
Q. Why does Adobe Stock Photos allow me to purchase the same image twice? <#Why_does_Adobe_Stock_Photos_allow_me_to_purchase_the_same_image_twice__>
Q. What payment methods are accepted in purchasing images in Adobe Stock Photos? <#What_payment_methods_are_accepted_in_purchasing_images_in_Adobe_Stock_Photos_>
Q. Can I purchase a CD of images (a collection) or join a subscription program? <#Can_I_purchase_a_CD_of_images__a_collection__or_join_a_subscription_program_>
Q. Can customers buy on Purchase Order (PO)? <#Can_customers_buy_on_Purchase_Order__PO__>
Q. How is the price of a stock photo determined? <#_How_is_the_price_of_a_stock_photo_determined_>

After Purchasing Images

Q. After I purchase an image, do I have to go to a Web site and download the image by FTP? <#After_I_purchase_an_image__do_I_have_to_go_to_a_Web_site_and_download_the_image_by_FTP_>
Q. What happens if I lose an image that I purchased? <#What_happens_if_I_lose_an_image_that_I_purchased_>
Q. What is your refund policy? If I bought the wrong resolution how do I replace it? <#What_is_your_refund_policy_>
Q. How long is a re-downloaded image available in my purchase history? <#How_long_is_a_re_downloaded_image_available_in_my_purchase_history_>

Adobe Stock Photos Partners
Q. Who are the stock image providers, and does Adobe plan to sign up additional providers? <#_Who_are_the_stock_image_providers__and_does_Adobe_plan_to_sign_up_additional_providers_>
Q. Are all royalty-free Getty images available through the Adobe Stock Photos service? <#Are_all_royalty_free_Getty_images_available_through_the_Adobe_Stock_Photos_service_>
Q. If I purchased an image directly from a stock photo provider's Web site, can I use it with Adobe Creative Suite applications? <#If_I_purchased_an_image_directly_from_a_stock_photo_provider_s_Web_site__can_I_use_it_with_Adobe_Creative_Suite_2_applications__>
Q. If my company is a provider of royalty free images, how can I get my collections included as a Partner in Adobe Stock Photos? <#If_my_company_is_a_provider_of_royalty_free_images__how_can_I_get_my_collections_included_as_a_Partner_in_Adobe_Stock_Photos___>

Privacy Protection

Q. Does Adobe Stock Photos use Cookies? If not, how is my session tracked? <#Does_Adobe_Stock_Photos_use_Cookies___If_not__how_is_my_session_tracked_>
Q. Are credit card numbers kept in my application? <#Are_credit_card_numbers_kept_in_my_application__>

Adobe Photographers Directory

Q. What is the Photographers Directory? <#What_is_the_photographers_directory_>
Q. Why is Adobe offering a Photographers Directory? <#Why_is_Adobe_offering_a_Photographers_Directory_>
Q. When will the directory be available? <#When_will_the_directory_be_available_>
Q. How do I join the directory? <#How_do_I_join_the_directory_>
Q. Will Adobe be expanding its directory to include professional photographers that are not affiliated with an organization? <#Will_Adobe_be_expanding_its_directory_to_include_professional_photographers_that_are_not_affiliated_with_an_organization_>



General Questions

Q. What is Adobe Stock Photos?

A. Adobe Stock Photos is a new service introduced with Adobe Creative Suite 2 software and CS2 versions of Adobe products. Offering one-stop shopping from within your favorite Adobe applications, Adobe Stock Photos is an efficient and convenient way for creative professionals to search, try, manage, and buy high-quality, royalty-free stock images. Adobe Stock Photos provides access to over 230,000 photos and illustrations from some of the world’s leading stock image providers' libraries including Photodisc® by Getty Images, Comstock Images® by Jupitermedia®, Digital Vision®, imageshop™ royalty free by zefaimages™, and amana®.



Q. Why is Adobe offering stock photos for purchase through the Creative Suite and CS2 applications?

A. Adobe serves many different customers and constantly strives to provide tools that help them work more efficiently. Adobe Stock Photos was created in response to our creative professional customers who use stock photography in their workflow, providing a more efficient way for them to search for and acquire licenses for images. This is also why Adobe incorporated photography related tools and services in the CS2 versions of Adobe products as well as access to the Adobe Photographers Directory and links to rights managed libraries from leading stock image suppliers.



Q. Why should I purchase stock images from Adobe?

A. With Adobe Stock Photos, you can manage the entire process of integrating royalty-free stock photo images into your design workflow:


* Search Within Adobe Bridge, perform integrated searches across multiple
stock image libraries. Save and return to advanced searches on a collection
of images totalling 230,000, and growing.

* Try Download watermark-free comp images with no need to log in. All of
your downloaded comps are stored in a central location, making it easy to
find and use them--without leaving Adobe Bridge.

* Manage Double-click downloaded comps to edit them in Adobe Photoshop®
CS2, or drag them right into your InDesign® CS2, Illustrator® CS2, or GoLive®
CS2 layouts. Adobe Stock Photos retains the data associated with each image
(for example, image ID or supplier) even if the image is edited or renamed.

* Buy high-resolution royalty-free images directly from within the Adobe
Creative Suite 2 Adobe CS2 applications using a single integrated shopping
cart and a single license agreement from Adobe, no matter which library
the image came from.






Q. Does Adobe have its own image library?

A. No. Adobe is partnering with some of the leading stock photo providers to offer an image library of over 230,000 images. The providers Adobe has chosen are trusted brands in the design community and have some of the best processes in the world for screening, sorting, and setting keywords for images.



Q. How do I purchase the Adobe Stock Photos service?

A. You don't. Adobe Stock Photos is installed as a component of Adobe Bridge, which is included with Adobe Creative Suite 2 or any individual Adobe CS2 application. You pay for each image you wish to purchase.



Q. Will customers pay more for stock photos from Adobe?

A. Prices of images offered in Adobe Stock Photos are competitive with those offered direct from Adobe Stock Photo Partners.



Q. Is there educational pricing for royalty free images?

A. No, currently there is not educational pricing, however we are investigating this for future releases.



Q. What is Adobe's expansion plans for making stock photography available to their customers?

A. Adobe Stock Photos is presently an aggregator and distributor of royalty free images from several leading stock suppliers. Adobe is actively working to add a variety of new suppliers to build upon the depth and breadth of images available to our customers. Over time, Adobe may explore other exciting business models such as Rights Managed that are important to Adobe's professional photographers.



Q. Does Adobe provide photo research services?

A. No, Adobe does not provide research services on images.



Royalty-free and rights-managed images

Q. What is a royalty-free image?

A. For those who need to use images in a variety of ways at a reasonable coast, the stock photo industry offers images whose prices are based on the size of the file (or physical resolution) rather than the specific intended use. Royalty-free images are licensed repeatedly, and no one can purchase.



Q. If I want exclusive rights to a licensed image, what should I do?

A. Rights-managed images are governed by contracts that define how the images may be used. Designers who want to make sure a particular image won't be used by a competitor, for example, will want to invest in a rights-managed image. The images are often more expensive, may contain more complex agreements, but are necessary if exclusivity is important. Most of the partners supplying Adobe with royalty-free images also have rights-managed libraries, and the Adobe Stock Photos service contains links to some of these libraries. Designers may also find a photographer to shoot a unique image through the new Adobe photographers directory.



Q. What is the rights-managed directory?

A. Adobe's rights-managed directory allows customers to find and link to rights-managed libraries and purchase images directly from the stock photo providers. Rights-managed images cannot be purchased through Adobe Stock Photos.

Availability and Technical Requirements

Q. How do I gain access to the Adobe Stock Photos service?

A. Adobe Stock Photos can be accessed via the Favorites panel in Adobe Bridge or Bridge Center and can be launched directly from Adobe Photoshop CS2, Illustrator CS2, InDesign CS2, or GoLive CS2 software by choosing File > Browse or clicking on the Go to Bridge icon. Adobe Stock Photos is an online service and requires a broadband connection to the Internet.



Q. Will Adobe Stock Photos work with earlier versions of Adobe Creative Suite and CS products?

A. No. Adobe Stock Photos is a new service being introduced with Adobe Creative Suite 2 and the CS2 applications is not backwards-compatible with previous versions.



Q. What are the system requirements for Adobe Stock Photos?

A. Adobe Stock Photos has the same minimum system requirements as the software you use to access the service. Adobe Stock Photos is an online service and due to the high volume of images and the large sizes of high-resolution images, users must also have a broadband internet connection. Adobe Stock Photos does not support proxy servers that utilize authentication. For more information, please see the Adobe Stock Photos support page at .



Q. In what countries is the Adobe Stock Photos service available?

A. Adobe Stock Photos will be available this year in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Republic of China, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition, the Adobe Stock Photos service currently supports four currencies: €EURO, £GBP, $USD, and ¥YEN.



Q. What languages are supported in Adobe Stock Photos?

A. Adobe Stock Photos currently supports the following 14 languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Danish, Dutch, English (U.S.), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish. In addition, users can perform keyword searches and set up search preference for the following languages: Dutch, English (U.S.), English (U.K.), French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.



Q. What if I don't want Adobe Stock Photos made available to everyone in our organization?

A. Adobe Stock Photos is installed as part of Adobe Bridge. You can hide the Adobe Stock Photos icon from the Favorites panel by turning it off in Bridge Preferences.

Using (Technical) Adobe Stock Photos Royalty Free Images

Q. What is the quality of the comp images?

A. The quality of the watermark-free comp images generally depends on the supplier; all comp images are of sufficient quality to use in mockups. Most comp images are about 72 dpi and should not be licensed for production use.

Q. What uses are the different sizes of image resolutions good for?

A. The following table shows recommended uses for the various pixel and file size ranges shown in Adobe Stock Photos Partner Images.



Q. Can the changes I make to my comp in Photoshop and Illustrator be applied to the higher resolution image I purchase and replace it with?

A. No, any changes made to the low resolution copy of your image would need to be re-done in your purchased high resolution image.



Q. How long does it take to download image resolutions and file sizes?

A. The chart below represents approximate times for downloading the files.



Q. How are search results prioritized, returned and shown across all the Stock Photo Partners?

A. In executing a search, Adobe Stock Photos generally cycles through each Partner's search results and displays one result per partner in each cycle. If, in a cycle, no result is available from a Partner due to response times or no results, then the Partner will be skipped and revisited in the next cycle. Adobe Stock Photos will cycle through all search results from Partners until all available results are shown.



Using (Legal) Adobe Stock Photos Royalty Free Images

Q. How long can I use a comp image after I've downloaded it?

A. The license for comp images, covered in the Adobe Stock Photos Terms of Service, allows for a 30 day trial usage of the image. You can find the Terms of Service at www.adobe.com/products/eulas/adobestockphotos/ASP_TermsofService_0405.pdf



Q. What licensing terms govern use of the images?

A. Adobe has one license agreement for all images purchased through the Adobe Stock Photos service. You can find a copy of the License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images at www.adobe.com/products/eulas/adobestockpho­tos/ASP_RFImageLicense_0405.pdf , via a link from the Terms of Service and at checkout in the Adobe Stock Photos service.



Q. If a download comp is enough quality for my purposes, can I use it?

A. Comps are for evaluation purposes only to determine if you would like to purchase a license to the royalty-free image and they may not be used in production materials. For final production materials, you must purchase an image that is governed by Adobe License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images through Adobe Stock Photos. Refer to Terms of Service at www.adobe.com/products/eulas/adobestockphotos/ASP_TermsofService_0405.pdf . A preflight warning message will be displayed when using a comp in final materials.



Q. How frequently can I use a purchased royalty free image?

A. Provided you obtain the Image from Adobe, you can use the image an unlimited number of times for the permitted uses described in the Adobe License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images and subject to all the terms of this agreement. For more details, please refer to this agreement and terms at www.adobe.com/products/eulas/adobestockpho­tos/ASP_RFImageLicense_0405.pdf and www.adobe.com/products/eulas/adobestockphotos/ASP_TermsofService_0405.pdf .



Q. How many users can use my purchased royalty free image?

A. Per Adobe's License Agreement, your Royalty Free Image can be used by up to ten users.



Q. What are the acceptable uses of royalty free images?

A. Your Royalty Free Stock Photo Images can be used according to the permitted uses in the License Agreement such as in advertising and promotional materials, broadcast and theatrical exhibitions, editorial use and publications, and web page design with resolution restrictions for web page design. Please see the Adobe's License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images for a more complete description of acceptable uses and restrictions.



Q. What are some of the key restrictions for using royalty free images?

A. For a complete list of restrictions please refer to RESTRICTIONS section 3 of Adobe's License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images in the Terms of Service from the home page of Adobe Stock Photos or in the meta-data area of purchased images.



Purchasing images

Q. Do I need to set up an account with Adobe Stock Photos?

A. The Adobe Stock Photos service can manage a single account for all purchases, or a user can choose to purchase images as a guest. There are three major benefits of setting up an account with the Adobe Stock Photos service:

1. The ability to view a purchase history
2. The ability to track order status
3. The ability to download purchased images again if the original is lost



Q. Can a customer use their existing account with a supplier to pay for photos in Adobe Stock Photos?

A. No, this capability does not exist.



Q. Do I have to pay sales tax/VAT?

A. Adobe charges applicable sales tax for orders placed in California, Minnesota and Washington. Sales tax is automatically computed on both product(s) and shipping costs. Pursuant to the Digital VAT Directive, as of 1st July 2003, European customers will be charged VAT (tax) on all downloadable digital products and services, including software, at 17.5%. Adobe will gladly credit sales tax for government institutions. Contact your local Adobe Customer Service representative for more information.



Q. Why does Adobe Stock Photos allow me to purchase the same image twice?

A. Images come in different resolutions and users may purchase the same image at different resolutions depending on their needs and uses. Images may also need to be purchased independently for separate projects.



Q. What payment methods are accepted in purchasing images in Adobe Stock Photos?

A. Adobe Stock Photos currently supports Visa, MasterCard and American Express payment methods in the countries and currencies described in the Adobe Stock Photos product page at .



Q. Can I purchase a CD of images (a collection) or join a subscription program?

A. Adobe Stock Photos enables customers to purchase stock images on an image-by-image basis. The Adobe Stock Photos service is intended to help designers find just the right image quickly and efficiently while working on a concept or a layout. There are no collections or subscription programs available.



Q. Can customers buy on Purchase Order ?

A. No. This capability does not exist today, however we are investigating adding a PO purchase option in a future release of the service.





Q. How is the price of a stock photo determined?

A. The price of a stock photo varies from image to image. Customers can download a watermark-free, low-resolution comp version of any image at no cost for time-limited evaluation purposes only.. The final price of a downloaded image depends on the resolution of the image and other non-quantifiable factors. Prices can vary from about US$50 for a low-resolution image to more than US$499 for a high-resolution image. Stock image prices in Adobe Stock Photos are competitive with what is available on royalty-free stock Web sites.

After Purchasing Images

Q. After I purchase an image, do I have to go to a Web site and download the image by FTP?

A. No. Adobe Stock Photos handles the download of purchased images automatically. You may perform the download immediately after purchasing, or you can opt to download the images later.



Q. What happens if I lose an image that I purchased?

A. If you purchased the image through your account (rather than as a guest), you will be able to re-download the image. Simply go to your account information and select the order number and the image that you want to download again.



Q.What is your refund policy? If I bought the wrong resolution how do I replace it with the right one?

A.Adobe Stock Photos has a 30 day refund policy. If you purchase the wrong resolution it can be returned and the correct resolution can be purchased.



Q. How long is a re-downloaded image available in my purchase history?

A. Subject to continued availability from content partners as described in the License Agreement for Royalty-Free Images, your purchased images will be available in your purchase history for up to one year.



Adobe Stock Photos Partners

Q. Who are the stock image providers, and does Adobe plan to sign up additional providers?

A. Adobe Stock Photos provides access to over 230,000 images from some of the world's leading stock image providers including Photodisc by Getty Images, Comstock Images, Digital Vision, Imageshop by Zefaimages, and Amana. Adobe plans to continue to sign up new providers so that designers may have a wide selection of high-quality royalty-free images.



Q. Are all royalty-free Getty images available through the Adobe Stock Photos service?

A. Adobe Stock Photos offers images from the Photodisc Red, Green, and Blue collections from Getty Images.



Q. If I purchased an image directly from a stock photo provider's Web site, can I use it with Adobe Creative Suite applications?

A. While you can use any image in any Adobe Creative Suite 2 component or Adobe CS2 application, you won't benefit from the workflow enhancements that come with the Adobe Stock Photos service. These benefits include having specific metadata attached to images, such as the image ID, image type (comp or purchased), supplier information tracking, purchase price, and image resolution and size, which Adobe CS2 applications automatically recognize. Images purchased directly from provider Web sites do not contain this metadata information and will not be recognized as stock images by the Adobe CS2 applications.



Q. If my company is a provider of royalty free images, how can I get my collections included as a Partner in Adobe Stock Photos?

A. To be considered for Adobe Stock Photos, submit an email, with information about your company and your products and services for the stock photos market, to stockphotoinfo@adobe.com . If you are selected for consideration, we will contact you.



Privacy Protection

Q. Does Adobe Stock Photos use Cookies? If not, how is my session tracked?

A. Adobe Stock Photos does not use Cookies. Image search and download activities are performed between your Adobe Creative Suite 2 product and Adobe Stock Photos Partners. If a connection error occurs with an Adobe Stock Photos Partner, an error will be logged to an Adobe server to evaluate and restore full services if needed. No personal information is provided in these connection error logs. No logins or passwords are stored on your computer. Personal information you provide on your account is protected via a secure SSL connection in your purchase transactions and under Adobe's privacy policy.



Q. Are credit card numbers kept in my application?

A. No. Credit card information, if saved with your profile, is saved on a secure server and accessible only with your account ID and password. No credit card information is saved on your local computer.



Adobe Photographers Directory

Q. What is the photographers directory?

A. The photographers directory allows photographers to populate a searchable database accessed through Adobe Studio®. Designers looking for a photographer can easily access contact information and photography specialty, as well as view portfolios, to find the services of an appropriate photographer. Adobe Stock Photos has a link to this directory as well.



Q. Why is Adobe offering a Photographers Directory?

A. Adobe understands the important role photographers play in the creative process. Therefore Adobe has announced that it will be creating a professional photographers directory that will be available via the Adobe Creative Suite 2 products and on Adobe.com and Adobe Studio. Adobe's goal is to develop a comprehensive and international directory of professional photographers and connect them to its creative professional customers.





Q. When will the directory be available?

A. The North American directory will launch at the same time the Adobe Creative Suite and CS2 Products ship. While the directory is not yet available in all regions, Adobe will be working closely with professional photography associations in key markets and is investigating building a comprehensive worldwide resource for the creative community.



Q. How do I join the directory?

A. In order to help ensure that the photographers listed in the Adobe Photographers Directory are professional photographers, Adobe will be initially working with professional photography associations in North Amercia, Europe, and Japan. The Adobe Photographers Directory membership will be initially limited to the members of participating associations. Adobe plans to add support for additional organizations as new associations are identified and relationships are developed.



Q. Will Adobe be expanding its directory to include professional photographers that are not affiliated with an organization?

A. The mission of the Adobe Photographers Directory is to create a comprehensive listing of professional photographers from around the world, and we are just now starting this process. Rather than opening up the directory to anyone who wants to go through the registration process, Adobe has decided to initially work with the key professional associations that vet members as part of their process. Adobe is aware that there are many photographers who are not members of a professional association; therefore we will also be working with the industry to find ways to create a directory that truly reflects the composition of the professional photography community.



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