Raleigh, NC, September 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Realistic Reflections, an online photo library that offers imagery of people with disabilities in the community, is now offering its collection through Getty Images, the world’s largest creator and distributor of visual content. Thousands of positive images of people with disabilities living active, interesting lives will be available at www.gettyimages.com, the first place creative professionals turn to discover, purchase and manage imagery.
Woodward also owns and operates Woodward Communications, an award winning public relations firm. Through her work as a communications professional serving a variety of clients in the for-profit and non-profit worlds needing to engage with the disability community, Woodward found it difficult to find quality pictures depicting people with disabilities. In an effort to fill this void, she decided to use her advocacy and personal experiences with disabilities to launch a real depiction of this lifestyle.
Woodward realized she had found a niche that needed to be filled. She founded Realistic Reflections in 2004 and sold CDs with royalty free images of people with disabilities. Realistic Reflections offers nine different CD collections of images. To get more information about the CD collections, visit www.realisticreflections.com.
“Communications professionals and graphic designers will have images to further communicate the barriers that people with disabilities face and to show how disabled citizens can and do participate in every aspect of society, when those barriers are eliminated,” notes Woodward.
Founded in 1995, Getty Images creates and distributes the world’s best and broadest imagery collections. Each month, gettyimages.com serves an average of 3.2 billion thumbnails, 7.3 million total visits and four million unique users.
Both Realistic Reflections and Woodward Communications are based in Raleigh, North Carolina.
For more information on Realistic Reflections, please visit www.realisticreflections.com.