iPansophy Limited

Digital publishing and educational app development
Our digital photographic collections

Our digital photographic collections
The Panmultimedia digital photograph library currently includes content taken between 1994 to the present, from a range of countries around the world with the main theme being “Planet Earth”. The Planet Earth collection is organised into sub-categoies that make it possible to search using both general and specific criteria. As you type a word into the Panmultimedia search menu, the search engine will automatically provide a context relevant list of media associated with that word. You can then choose the category that best fits your  query. The Planet Earth photograph collection can be used for a variety of creative purposes.

Educational orientation
The Panmultimedia web-app provides multimedia that is suitable for educational purposes. In particular, we seek to support the work of educators who are trying to teach across curriculum areas that may currently be under-represented because of the difficulties associated with obtaining suitable teaching resources and learning aids.

Classification of photographs
We have devised a hierarchical system of classification that makes it possible to browse from general to specific topic areas. This is the easiest way to search for what you are looking for.

Photographic file format
All digital photographs are provided in .jpeg file format and have been resized into a 600 x 400 pxl format that maintains original aspect ratio.

Licensing for free photographs
Digital photographs are freely available in a compressed and/or resized format, under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 New Zealand license. These photographs are ideal for desktop publishing purposes, webpages, Powerpoint presentations, sharing via email, video editing, illustration, Photoshop and audio-visual applications.

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