Vita launches free photo library for bee presenters
Anyone giving talks about bees and beekeeping can now download images for their presentation from the Vita gallery at www.vita-europe.com. Vita (Europe) Ltd, the honeybee health specialist, has developed the free resource because of the increasing demand on beekeepers to give public talks.
Already there are more than 200 images available for download and that number is expected to grow steadily. The Vita Gallery reflects the multifaceted nature of beekeeping – there are historic, scientific, and botanical images as well as pictures relating to beekeeping management and equipment, new and old.
“Beekeepers frequently ask if we can supply pictures for their presentations, so we decided to create this free image library for anyone wanting high quality digital images,” explained Jeremy Owen, Sales Director of Vita (Europe) Ltd. “We have contributed many of our own pictures and are very grateful to Hampshire Beekeepers’ Association and Mike Lambert for making many of their pictures available.
“Anyone who would like to contribute to the resource is welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
The images in the Vita Gallery are mostly high resolution and suitable for download from the Internet by anyone with a broadband connection. They are categorised and searchable by keyword for ease of use. Anyone can view the images and there is a simple, free registration process for those wishing to download and use the pictures.
The conditions of use are simple: the Gallery images are free to download and use in presentations, but are not to be published or used for commercial gain. Anyone with specific queries about usage should contact email@example.com.