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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on February 4, 2009 at 4:42pm
Greetings, Jayadev.

Here are some sources of image banks, photo galleries, etc. Some images are released under varying versions of regional Creative Commons International Licence; with others, the photographer retains copyright, yet under other arrangements, the photographer has released copyright to the institution or publisher. I publish also (in addition to the nanogaming/nanoart blog hosted here on TINC) a medical library blog and an art blog. Its been my experience that sometimes waiting for copyright clearance will slow down production; but I advise that in all cases, follow meticulously and line-by-line, the directives
given. Not only does professional courtesy require it, but Intellectual Property Law demands it. Sometimes, I'll draft or publish sans photo and insert later, which is quite doable in a digital environment, but not print. Often, I'll wait until clearance to post and feature something else other than the intended, or purchase limited licence rights to stock photography to accelerate the process. It has also been the case that I've be granted approvals and am sent jpg files which I do not use immediately; my archives are plentiful. But, I'm always governed by Terms of Use Agreement under private, non-commercial, international as well as regional conditions. Your situation is slightly different in that (I presume) your magazine is for sell. All that being said, the following will provide what you need:

Agentur Focus
Custom Medical Stock Photo
Dennis Kunkel Microscopy
Getty Images
Indexed Visuals
Kinsman Physics Productions
Photo Researchers
Russell Kightley Media
SciencePhoto Corea
SciencePhoto Italy
SciencePhoto Japan
SciencePhoto Spain
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