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Brenda Ann Kenneally, a winner of a Getty Images Editorial Photography Grant, completed her project recently exploring class inequity in America. She followed seven women from the post-industrial city of Troy and captured their coming...

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David Gillanders, winner of a Getty Images Editorial Photography Grant has recently completed his project, where he documents violence and knife crime in Glasgow, Scotland. In his summary, Gillanders writes, “The Getty Images Grant gave...

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We don’t talk about it often, but as a company, we are keenly aware of how our business affects individuals and society on many levels, everyday. Imagery is powerful. And, as such, we are grateful...

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Getting Ready for the Commonwealth Games

October 1, 2010 | 1 Comments

Matt King poses with the mascot upon arrival. So far so good in sunny Delhi! We have arrived in time to set up and explore before the 19th Commonwealth Games begin. We arrived to our...

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Photographing Future World Cup Athletes

June 8, 2010 | 2 Comments

This is me, getting to work. Picture taken by Streeter Lecka. The Getty Images photography crew started arriving in South Africa last week for the biggest sporting event in the world, the 2010 Fifa World...

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An Opening to Remember

February 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

From  L-R is Matt Eades, Maxx Wolfson, Steve Rose, Ken Mainardis, Jessica Mainardis and Nick Dean. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Last Friday night I was one of the lucky few to be able to...

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In his project summary, Andy shares the following,  “I first came to Kashmir in the early spring of 2007 at the end of a motorcycle trip across India and simply fell in love with the...

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It’s been over a year since Getty Images partnered with Flickr to launch the groundbreaking Flickr Collection on www.gettyimages.com.  We wanted to provide a quick update on how the Collection has grown and some of...

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Shadowing U.S. troops in Taliban country

November 2, 2009 | 2 Comments

The Army had this elaborate plan to find the caves. Dozens of soldiers would be dropped via helicopter into an isolated valley in Taliban country, each carrying enough equipment, food and water for several days...

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Social media has upended the traditional promotional methods of engaging with customers, leaving you left to explore which of the social media channels are best for your marketing and communications plans. Do you engage through...

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Winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, Kai Wiedenhöefer has recently completed his project entitled Sharon’s Wall: Holy Land, Divided Lands In his project summary, Kai writes, “During a sunset in August 2005...

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Scott Lewis, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, recently completed the project where he documents immigration and the influx of new religions, faiths and worships. In his summary, Lewis writes “Since the...

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Andrew Testa, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, has recently completed his project entitled New Beginning for Kosovo. In his project summary, Testa writes, “With Kosovo’s widely expected independence delayed by Russian...

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Rena Effendi, winner of a Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography, recently completed her project entitled Pipedreams: a chronicle of lives along the pipeline in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey.    Effendi writes, “Pipedreams is my...

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