Hurricane Harvey Impacts and Aftermath

DIIMSA Stock is a unique stock imagery site that has the most diverse set of high-resolution imagery available in one rights-managed source on the Internet across corporate, industrial and academic spaces. All images and video clips have a connection to the “why” behind the scenes and are natural and authentic.

Corporate, Industrial and Institution Access: Images and Products

Getty Images Subscriber Login: Images and 4K Video Clips

Since 2000, DIIMSA researchers have been involved in best practices in linking STEM to the Real World using authentic visual scenes.  Lead STEM Researcher Karl Spencer oversees DIIMSA content creation and maintains company and program standards. Karl believes that every customer and subscriber deserves the best content, which is why DIIMSA Stock is the most unique one-source stock site on the Internet. Karl is also a stock contributor for Getty Images.

DIIMSA stock remains an industry leader for corporate, industrial, and academic leaders who want to make an impact and stay within budget. DIIMSA Researchers understand that visual scenes have the ability to change mindsets.

DIIMSA Stock Content adheres to the following criteria:

Corporate Buildings – City Scapes

Reliability and Quality. Reliable rights managed, secure, virus free digital imagery (certified by site terms); high quality imagery suitable for viewing by general public; and content reviewed and approved by DIIMSA mastery and research experts.

Copyrighted, Releases and Reputable Sources. Content created and copyrighted by reputable photojournalists, researchers and content experts with contacts readily available for support and follow-up questions; and model and property releases on file for all applicable content.

Real and Meaningful Works. All DIIMSA digital imagery is substantive and meaningful to make a unique statement; and Realness to content.

Data Integrity. Users have the ability to: (1) Search on key words, download, purchase products; and (2) View (read-only) information regarding imagery.

Support. Sites contains ways to: (1) Contact researchers to validate realness of content; (2) Communicate via phone, email; and (3) Campaigns sent to alert users of key content.

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