• GTI-S GOTOIMAGES
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  • ABOUT GTI-S GOTOIMAGES
  • Placing your images on websites or prints or exhibits, whether they are photographs, vector arts, drawings, paintings or other type of image, is a good way to make everyone see them, but it's not always accessible to every user or viewer. Here, in our GTI-S GotoImages website, you can register your images. Instantly, after registration, you'll receive a GTI-S Code. You can place the GTI-S Code at the top or bottom of your image or place it at "hover" on your image online or with the image description of your painting for exhibition. There, every user and viewer will view your GTI-S Code and have access to the description of your image when they search it here at our GTI-S GotoImages website.

    Registering your images here in our GTI-S website is also a good way to make yourself known as the author of your images and to protect your images. You can include your name as the author, the date, the article where your image is used and the subject of the article in the image description of your image.

  • How It Works
  • Simply register your images. Fill out the Registration Form. Get the GTI-S Codes from your email. Ask your editor or webmaster or curator to place your GTI-S Codes at the top or bottom of your images or at "hover" on the images for print or online publications or beside your paintings for exhibitions. Get your images known and noticed.
  • Example of GTI-S GotoImages Registered Image
  • Scroll back to the top. "Hover" the mouse on the "Sky" photograph image to see the GTI-S Code. Then type the GTI-S Code in the "search bar" and then click "Search GTI-S" to see the Image Description of the image.
  • IMAGE REGISTRATION
  • PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW:

    Email

    (eq. joe@hotmail.com)

    Date

    (eq. 2016/03/22)

    Title of Image

    (eq. Senator's House Photograph)

    Author of Image

    (eq. Robert Ford)

    Publication

    (eq. The Press)

    Title of Article

    (eq. Sen. John More, The Great Politician)

    Subject of Article

    (eq. 19th-century American Politics)

    Image Description

    (eq. Sen. John More's House, Georgian Colonial, two storey high, twenty meters wide, made of gray brick with wood trim, wooden columns, painted white, front has nine glass windows, white entrance door, situated in a suburb surrounded by oak trees.)

    Other Description

    (eq. Taken for 'The Press' in August 2015, Nikon D5200)

     

    *** required field

  • CONTACT GTI-S GOTOIMAGES

    GTI-S GotoImages
    info@gti-s.com
    imageregistration@gti-s.com

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