GNSI Members Photo ID


Help ID GNSI members in the 2018 Conference Group Photo. Here are easy instructions:

1. Find yourself, find your friends!

Need larger faces? Scroll down to see the enlarged inset photos. Each enlarged photo inset overlaps to show faces that get split. Mouse over the enlarged photos to see the numbers overlaid on each person in the photo.

Once you know where you are, scroll down to fill in the quick, short form.

The group photo has been cropped to facilitate identifying all of the participants. If you ordered the photo, don't worry, the final will include the famous African Elephant!

2. Find the number in the outline below which corresponds to the person in the image.

Enlarged photo section:

Left side of GNSI Member photo.

Mouse over the image to see the numbers which correspond to each person.

Enlarged photo section:

Center of GNSI Member photo.

Mouse over the image to see the numbers which correspond to each person.

Enlarged photo section:

Right side of GNSI Member photo.

Mouse over the image to see the numbers which correspond to each person.

3. Fill out the form below with the number and name:

4. Once you've submitted the name and number above, the list will be updated automatically with names, numbers and chapters. Click here to view the list—click on the top column name to sort the list.

Thank you!

Important information about using the 2018 GNSI Conference Photo:

Please do not change the file name of the photograph if downloading the file. The file name is the image’s archival negative number.

When publishing the image(s), please include the following information in your caption/credit:

Guild of Natural Science Illustrators 50th Anniversary Conference Group Photo in the Kenneth E. Behring Family Hall Rotunda of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History on July 18, 2018. Illustrators, artists, scientists and educators from all over the world gathered to showcase award-winning work and new techniques that shape diverse fields of inquiry where science and art converge.

Photo credit:
James Di Loreto, Kate D. Sherwood, and Lucia RM Martino, Smithsonian Institution

Additional information about the image is embedded in the image’s metadata, and is accessible through File Properties (Windows/PC), through Adobe Photoshop (File Info), or through the Metadata tab in Adobe Bridge.

If you have any questions or if Photo and Media can be of further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

James Di Loreto, Photographer
Office of Photography and Media
w 202.633.0780
diloreto@si.edu