Advice/help needed please - trying to find a ...

by SandyDuPlessis 7 replies
royalty free picture of Princess Diana's/Kate Middleton's engagement ring.

I Have tried Shutterstock, iStockphoto, Dreamstime and Morguefile, but no luck - yes, I have seen look-a-likes that are available for purchase, but not the real thing.

I have also seen several other pics on the net in general that would be ideal, but do not know where the photographs came from in the first place.

Does anybody have any advice for me? Is there anywhere I can go to purchase pics taken for magazine or newspaper publication?

Thanks

sandy
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