Monthly Archives: "July 2012"

...I made my way through the crowd after Gov. Romney’s speech to try and make a photo of him shaking hands. It was a total mob scene......

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One of the challenges working with a robotic is you have to almost pre-determine where the picture will be...you cannot follow the athletes....

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I spent four days on the roof of Olympic Stadium, getting the robotic cameras set up, two of those with our IT team and the rigging team....

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A properly placed track can do with one click what years of playing in dive bars can’t – that is, reach thousands of people, if not more....

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Director of Creative Content Andrew Delaney gives us a view to the Creative Grants process and the winning projects we are proud to support....

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Getty Images Senior Manager, Events Gerard McGovern remembers how he felt seven years ago when the announcement for London 2012 was made -- and what he's looking forward to now....

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The first thing to mention about car-shots is that they’re tricky. Preparation is everything, and timing is crucial....

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When a well-known photographer came to us with a challenge, Getty Images Art Director Martin Yates rose to the occasion. Here's his story....

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Both games, ironically enough, were blow-outs -- which reminds me of a classic quote from Yogi Berra: “It’s deja vu all over again.”...

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Four short talks will explore the impact of social photography and digital sharing on campaigns and brands -- live and live streamed. ...

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We're honored to help bring more attention to the difficulties facing Omar Rodriguez Saludes and others -- too many others -- around the world....

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Customers now have complete creative control to download long-form video... including some 1960s gems....

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Getty Images photographer Mario Tama recalls: True to form, they put on their game faces as they approached the stage where I made this frame. ...

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The legendary beauties who constituted Truman Capote's friends and muses were famously shot by the likes of Slim Aarons and Bert Morgan....

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