Our search-engine meets the requirements of various circles of users
and can be used by all of them to the same extent and purpose: picture-editors
and picture-users involved in art-buying and graphic editing as well
as botanists and plant lovers.
Please note that key words should be used in
singular (deciduous tree, not 'trees') and that the research limitation "Search
for complete words only" may be very useful.
Further limitations of research results by means of key-words may
be useful in journalistic research:
Lay-out-People and Picture users may specify their demands on picture
composition in their research: soft will show you pictures of a soft
appearance, of limited depth of field, blurry effects from motion or
other soft elements in the composition.
Botanists may use our search engine on a more elaborate level to gain
access to the available plant pictures. If you already know the name
of a plant you are looking for (English or scientific) you simply
enter this name and the requested pictures show up.
Beyond the above-mentioned structure of our search-syntax we
have activated an immense number of additional search terms and scientific
botanical vocabulary: hoar-frost or white frost will specify your
for plant pictures in winter seasons. Taxol or cancer will show
you plants which have to do with cancer research or cancer-specific
If it seems helpful to you, certain locations (towns or geographical
areas) may be added to your research: Kyoto, Japan, Entrevaux,
Ihringen, Mount Washington, Provence etc.
And if you do not find the pictures you need – do not give
up! Just give us a call
Key-words / Search-syntax