Big Picture: Flowers & Trees (Mac and Kodak PhotoCD, CD-ROM) HammerHead Interactive - 1995 USA, Canada Release

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Big Picture: Flowers & Trees
Packaging cover Big Picture: Flowers & Trees.
Product ID 64545-90015
Product UPC 764545900156
Platform(s) Mac and Kodak PhotoCD
Packaging Jewel Case
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1995
Publisher(s) HammerHead Interactive
Category(s) Graphics, Pictures, PhotoCD
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

100 royalty free images!
Windows, Mac, 3DO, and CDI compatible.

Flowers & Trees
This CD is not just nature at her finest, it's an explosion of color, texture and beauty. Fields of lilies, plush fern and moss beds, and redwood forests are just a few images in this close up of nature collection.

Norman Isaacs
Norman Isaacs is a photographer who specializes in ethnographic photography. His work allows him to document the relationship of people to their environment. He has published work in Elle and Newsweek magazines and in books on Ecuador and Habitat for Humanity.

Use Big Picture for:

  • Advertising
  • Sales Presentations
  • Software Development
  • Merchandising
  • Brochures
  • Calendars
  • Packaging
  • Newsletters
  • Graphic Design
  • Screen Savers
  • Posters
  • Screen Backgrounds
  • School Reports
  • Small Office / Home Office

Big Value!
The big guys charge you big bucks for their images and sometimes they don't even give you complete usage rights. Hammerhead Interactive thinks that's nuts! All Big Picture discs contain complete usage rights at a price that can't be beat!

Free Software:

  • Kodak PhotoCD Player
  • Kodak PhotoCD Access
  • Kodak PhotoCD Browser
  • Adobe Photoshop Tryout.

System Requirements

Kodak PhotoCD PhotoCD
Required CPU 386
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
Mac System 6.0.7
Required CPU Mac II
Supported Video 13" 256 Color
Kodak PhotoCD

Jewel Case Scans

Jewel Case cover Big Picture: Flowers & Trees. Jewel Case back Big Picture: Flowers & Trees.



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