Here's a chance for you
show off your photographs! If you
have species Primula pictures, especially of primulas in the wild, please consider
submitting them for display in the Species Photo Gallery.
Photographers retain all copyrights to their material. Please do not submit photos that are owned by
someone else. The Webmaster retains the right to include photos or not, and to
digitally alter photos for display. Since this site is for scientific
purposes and is non-commercial, no monetary remuneration can be
made to photographers. Multiple photos
of any one species may be displayed including habitat photos.
How do I submit photos?
Send an short email to the webmaster saying you will be sending an email with picture
attachments, so I don't accidentally think it is a virus and delete it.
All photos must be accompanied by the
(for my records not for display)
Photographers e-mail address
(indicate if you wish to be linked on the photographers page)
Photographers website address (if
you wish it to be linked on the photographers page)
photo was taken
** I prefer as large
a file as possible, both in terms of file size and dimensions. This is
so I have the best quality image to start and I can then balance its
display speed with its quality for the website. Larger files allow me to
study and see identifying features of species.
Please send images with a minimum of 1280 X 960
pixels and a compression set to high quality. If you have
taken a large number of digital images of primulas or you have large
files (larger jpeg or RAW files), consider sending me the images on CD
or DVD. Send me an email to ask for my mailing address if you choose to do this.
I use Adobe Lightroom to catalogue images, and some photo editing
programs strip all date and other information from the image, so please
avoid editing your image. For rare species, even images that are under
exposed or out-of-focus may show features that are interesting to study.
These images won't be posted to the website but are very welcome.
Please realize that these files may
take awhile to send via e-mail and if you are sending lots of pictures
then you should use multiple e-mails. An e-mail with one picture would
be a prudent test before other photos are sent.