Photos From SLA 2009 Now Available for Download

All the photos taken by SLA's photographer during SLA 2009 are available for viewing and download now! These will remain posted for a limited time, so be sure to take a look and download your favorites today!

To access the images:

1.       Go to www.thephotogroup.com

2.       Click on Online Images

3.       Enter access code: sla09

4.       You’ll be brought to your main category page – click through to see the list of categories. 

5.       To view a category, click on it.

6.       You’ll be brought to a page of thumbnails.  To enlarge a thumbnail for a better view, click on the image.  You can view that category “slide show” style by using the arrows at the top of the screen.

7.       You can collect the images you like in a Light Box to review/download at a later time if you wish.  The images in your Light Box will remain there until you remove them.  To access your Light Box, click on the lightbulb icon on the top right of the screen.

8.   To download images click on an image – the dialog box that appears will guide you with your choices for download.

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5 responses to “Photos From SLA 2009 Now Available for Download”

  1. clw says:

    Can the pictures be used in units’ electronic publications?

  2. Irene McMorland says:

    There does not seem to be a link “Online Images” on the site.
    I tried the password at “Online Proofing” but it was rejected as invalid.

  3. clw says:

    Don’t click on your network speed. Look under the little revolving pictures, there’s the link.

  4. vonjobi says:

    are there any restrictions on the use of the photos? can i post photos on facebook? if so, may i have the photographer’s name, so i can at least add a photo credit?

  5. Cara Schatz, SLA PR Director says:

    The photos may be used in newsletters and facebook. Please credit the photographer when possible, but always when printed!
    Photo Credit: Mark Reinertson, The Photo Group.
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