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I noticed that teru generously posted a request from national geographic adventure mag for images of aid workers in action. I think passing around such requests is an excellent use for Lightstalkers. Lets all do the same when we know of a request put out there by a magazine picture researcher or photo editor. If there are any editors on this list, please do the same or ask your colleagues to do so.

From our side, lets try to only respond to such requests only with material that is relevant to the mag’s needs and of high quality. That way Lightstalkers may be increasingly viewed by picture researchers as a resource, and a few buckaroos can flow to one or another Lightstalker . After all, it aint nothin’ but the rent, as they say.

Cheers, Stephen

by [a former member] at 2005-03-13 09:00:11 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) bogota , Colombia | Bookmark | | Report spam→

heya stephen — good point.
another thing everyone can do to keep the site relevant as a resource for editors, agents, etc. is to keep profiles updated with current locations. As the system is designed, one can search or track by country name, map sectors, or even GPS coordinates, but the system only as accurate as the info fed into it.
Also, if you’re doing a geographic search on members, you might want to check the “last updated” field on profiles, to see how current to profile info is.

by teru kuwayama | 13 Mar 2005 20:03 | Brooklyn/East Side, United States | | Report spam→
sorry! I agree with the above postings, but totally didn’t mean to post anything myself, still working out my basic computer skills…

by [former member] | 14 Mar 2005 03:03 (ed. Mar 14 2005) | Delhi, India | | Report spam→

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