Shutterstock, a stock photo company, wants to make sure presidential candidates in the 2016 race produce materials that are gaffe-free.
So, it set aside photographs from early voting states and put them into a folder called “Safe for IA and NH,” as flagged by Politico on Tuesday.
The collection was put together after a super PAC for Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush used stock footage in a campaign video from overseas, according to Politico.
“It does happen a lot. You know these people are under, you can understand, really tight deadlines,” Shutterstock curator, Robyn Lange, said, according to Politico.
The photos include what you might expect a 2016 hopeful to need during the course of a campaign — a mother and daughter walking through a cornfield, a covered bridge, a tractor, and a bald eagle, to name a few.
All the photos were taken by New Hampshire- and Iowa-based photographers, according to the report.
Take a look at the “safe photos.”