From Kim Mills, Deputy Executive Director of APA Public and Member Communications:
"I am looking for some high-quality, high-resolution digital photographs of psychologists at work – doing the kinds of things psychologists actually do but the general public might not recognize as psychologists at work. These could be images from laboratories or classrooms, from industry or sports arenas, in simulators or on military bases. The purpose is to have on-hand some good images depicting the breadth of psychology and especially to emphasize psychology as a science. Most immediately, some of these might be used in the opening session video for the upcoming convention in Hawaii. Longer-term, these could be very useful as we illustrate webpages on apa.org.
The images I have in mind can include more than one person, and should capture people in action, not standing and staring into the camera. Another requirement is that they be horizontal in orientation and that they be the highest resolution you can provide.
I am attaching a permission form granting APA the right to use the photos in perpetuity. It needs to be signed by the photographer or whoever holds the copyright."
Download APA's photo release form here.