Use of images from The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction
The Visual Guides are best viewed at the 1024 x 768 resolution. Anyone is free to use the images in personal / professional unpublished presentations such as talks, seminars and lectures. We do request that The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction be acknowledged as the source of the images and, if possible, the URL (visgar.vetmed.ufl.edu) for the website be displayed. If you wish to use any of the images in official publications such as brochures, guides, books, or other web sites, you must request approval from the producers of the The Drost Project. We often are able to supply you with higher resolution images for print. You may email us a request. Upon review of the request a letter or email granting permission will be sent to the author(s).
Contributing images to The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction
Specialists or practitioners in the fields of animal reproduction, veterinary medicine or animal sciences are encouraged to contribute historical and / or unique pictures. Superior quality images, or images that offer a better perspective than images already in the The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction (formerly named the Drost Project), are welcomed as replacements for the latter. It is important that prospective contributors contact the producers of The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction prior to submission of said image(s) for instructions regarding the format and size of the image(s) required.
In general, we require images with a resolution of at least 1024 x 768 (the exact size may vary but must be of sufficient resolution to maintain quality of display). If an image is selected for inclusion in The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction the contributor will be asked to sign a consent / release form stating that the image may be used within the guidelines of The Visual Guides. Each image will be credited and referenced to its source.
There will be no charge for the review and / or inclusion of images in the The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction. Conversely, the producers of Visual Guides are not in a position to purchase images. If you have a complete collection of teaching slides or images that you think would benefit the The Visual Guides of Animal Reproduction and you think should be preserved please contact us with a description of the collection and we will contact you about our assistance in making it a part of The Visual Guides. You may email us a request.