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Searching for One Keyword
To search our collection, simply enter a keyword in the space provided, select the number of images you would like displayed per page, and press "FIND." Each image has a list of keywords describing it, and the search will return any images containing your search term in its keyword list.
Example: Ocean will return images with "ocean" in their keyword list.

Using Operators
To expand or refine your results, you may use AND, OR, or NOT between your keywords. These operators have the following effects:

Placing AND between two keywords will display images that contain both search terms in their keyword list.
Example: Ocean and mountain will return images with both "ocean" and "mountain" in their list of keywords.

Using OR between two terms will display images that contain either word in their keyword list.
Example: Ocean or mountain will return images with either "ocean" or "mountain" in their keyword list.

Placing NOT between two words will display images that contain the first word, but not the second term.
Example: Ocean not mountain will return images with "ocean" in their keyword list that do not contain "mountain" in their keyword list.

A SPACE between search terms works exactly like AND.
Example: Ocean mountain will return images with both "ocean" and "mountain" in their keyword list.

You may enter as many search terms as you like, separated by operators.
Example: Ocean and mountain not bird will return images with both "ocean" and "mountain" in their keyword list that do not also contain "bird."

Hints
We recommend searching for a broad term first, then using additional search terms to narrow your results.

The search is not case-sensitive, so you can use either upper or lower-case letters.

Singular and plural forms of keywords are treated separately, so if you want to find images with either singular or plural keywords, you must enter both terms with or between them.
Example: Tree will return only those images with "tree" in the keyword list. Trees will return only those images with "trees" in the keyword list. Tree or trees will give more results, those with either "tree" or "trees" in the keyword list.

A SPACE between search terms works like AND, but if you enclose a phrase in quotation marks it will be treated as a single search term. This is a subtle difference, but can return different results.
Example: New York will return images with both "new" and "york" in their keyword list, but "New York" will return only those images that contain the phrase "new york" in their keyword list.



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