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  • Getty: High-res, watermarkfree previews in Editorial mode..?

    Hi there,

    I have just registered at Getty Images and I think I'm already going crazy..
    Does anybody know if it is possible to create a little sample gallery with unwatermarked pictures with slightly higher resolution in Editorial mode? Because my boss needs to see the photos without watermarks over the faces/eyes of the persons and I am starting to believe it is not possible. But honestly, can they make you buy a photo for hundreds of dollars without having a proper look at it?! Or maybe it's just my browser (I tried Opera, WinEx and Netscape) and it doesn't allow me to watch the site in the right mode? I read that some people were able to get previews like that, but maybe they were referring to Creative mode..?

    I would be more than gratefull if someone could help me with this!

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    I'm not really sure why you would need High Res for prewiewing these images. Those watermarks are there for a reason. We can't condone or allow any discussions of any methods of getting around them.

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