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 +====== Photography Still/Video. ======
 +We are actually looking to fill different positions here.
 +===== Video photographers. =====
 +First and foremost we would like someone able and willing to do a video demonstration of our product concepts as well as an introduction to The Global Ability Initative.
 +We would like to see proposals before you throw yourself into the production. However please understand that this is not a requirement.
 +If needed we can come up with content ideas. The format in which you submit your material needs to freely distributable w/o any licensing fees etc. attached and we will prefer a format that has an existing open source implementation for playback if possible.
 +===== Photographers =====
 +We would like to seee the creation of an image library corresponding with the pictograms in the standard dictionary.
 +[[http://globability.org/download/picto_png.zip|Click here]] to download an archive containing the B/W pictogram png versions of images we need. 
 +[[http://globability.org/download/picto_pcx.zip|Click here]] for a PCX version of the same. 
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