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NEOalquimista wrote

My day job is exactly this, to use stock images and produce leaflets, visit cards and the like. When looking for, say, a family in a supermarket, you will see 95% of rich-looking white people. Only one or two people of color per page.

The exception is when looking for "kids in school". They often do it right by including more diversity. But when you're trying to make images for supermarkets and businessmen... they will kinda complain if you put a black person or anyone that isn't rich-looking-with-stupid-white-smile. They won't say it, but I know what they mean. It happens by email.


Tequila_Wolf OP wrote

Interesting. I didn't know that it was as big of a problem as you say.