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Permission-less innovation? No. Photographers should feel assured that copyright for their imagery remains well protected. Here's why....

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Denis, a Uganda-based Samasource worker on Getty Images projects, stands with his family. (Photo courtesy of Samasource)

Samasource honors Getty Images with Impact Award

November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

This video shows how Getty images and Samasource work together to leverage the simple power and dignity of work to change lives in positive ways....

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“There’s a reason why more than 150,000 photographers around the globe trust Getty Images to manage the rights of their copyrighted materials,” Lapham said....

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Find out how we can help nonprofits find the most affordable and appropriate content for their projects in this resource guide....

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We’re always thrilled to hear how nonprofits are using our imagery to craft impactful communications, so it’s no wonder we’re feeling very inspired ourselves over the Discovery Impact: Creating Change program. Each year, Discovery Communications selects...

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When I set out over five years ago to create the film ‘Anaona’, which in Swahili means ‘to believe,’ I wanted to make a different kind of film on Africa. I wanted to celebrate its...

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At SpikesAlso, Fostering Talent and Looking Twice

September 27, 2011 | 1 Comments

  The brief was simple: there are untold stories to be found everywhere. If you can’t see them, look twice. Capture a moment that makes the mundane beautiful. Last month, Getty Images invited creatives from...

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