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Welcome to your one-stop shop for access to high-quality images and information about how to use them effectively in your communications work. This section includes a broad selection of photos, illustrations, and clip art that you can include in your promotional materials, Web sites, posters, and presentations. In order to provide the full array of resources, the images you’ll find here range in cost from free of charge on up.

  • Find a collection of photographs and images maintained by various stock photo houses, governments, universities, photographers, and others.  In addition to thumbnails of the images, you will find information about the image, its size and cost, and how to acquire it.
  • Learn the process of using images effectively in a variety of applications.  This section also provides a brief tutorial on how to take and legally publish your own original photographs.
  • Share your own images and resources both for sharing with the Hartford network and for individual feedback.

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What size image do I need?

Low Resolution
640 KB–2 MB or
2 dpi (dots per inch)
Good for Web sites,
e-newsletters, and PowerPoint presentations

Medium Resolution
8-18 MB or
150-300 dpi
Good for Web sites,
e-newsletters, and PowerPoint presentations

High Resolution
30 MB or 300 dpi
Good for print applications (brochures or fact sheets) and PowerPoint presentations

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