photo credit


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Noun1.photo credit - a note acknowledging the source of a published photograph
cite, quotation, reference, mention, acknowledgment, citation, credit - a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
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Photo credit Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Up to five photos will be accepted, and submitters should note whether a photo credit is needed.
In the January/February 2010 issue, the photo credit for photographs on pages 2-24 should read: Photos on pages 22-24 courtesy of Camp Cheley, Estes Park, Colorado; Camp Horizons, Harrisonburg, Virginia; Camp Echo, Burlingham, New York; Camp Minisink, Port Jervis, New York; Camp Kittatinny, Stillwater, New Jersey; and Coleman Country Day Camp, Merrick, New York.
Wells Fargo now offers personalized photo credit cards for business owners.
Sotelo's last name was misspelled in the photo credit.
Also, the photo people neglected to use the photo credit I supplied.
If photo credit cards were to be phased in by the banks, responsibility would then fall on shop owners and sales assistants to be vigilant.
High-resolution photos can be downloaded at Crystal Images/Hightail -- Photo Credit Paragon Pixels
CAPITAL One is bidding to snap up more business by launching a photo credit card.
Up to five photos will be accepted and submitters should note whether a photo credit is needed.
Kgn Joseph Curran of the 1st Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster Regiment, who is part of Corunna Company 9 Platoon, relaxes to read the Liverpool Echo Photo credit: Corporal Gary Kendall RLC Kgn Jones, 2nd battalion, Duke of Lancs in Afghanistan Photo Credit WO2 M Hunter 2nd Bn the Duke of Lancs Regiment From left, Kgn Vatanimoto, Kgn Wood, Kgn Matthews, Kgn Jones, Kgn Payne 2nd Battalion, Duke of Lancaster in Afghanistan