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You need to contact X-rite Inc, talk to their editor, and ask for
permission. Expect to pay for the use!
Grace Fielder wrote:
> I'm wondering how to go about obtaining permission to use a picture...I'm
> writing a manual for colour management and I want to use a certain
> illustration that I have seen in a book. In the book, it says (courtesy of
> X-rite, Inc) so where do I go from here if I want to use the picture in my