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The Privacy exhibition, part of an ongoing trend research project from Getty Images, questions the breakdown of barriers between private and public lives. ...

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Looking back at the top-selling images of 2012, we have identified five key trends of the visual language of sustainability across a range of industries. ...

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Reportage by Getty Images Photographer Toby Smith's two most accomplished projects will be on display at The Hospital Club in London April 19-21...

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In the third edition of Breed, we celebrate the best work of 2012 and surface the trends, ideas and photographers we think will be making an impact in 2013....

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Since the beginning of the financial crisis, we've been tracking the changes in imagery used by financial services providers to represent their brand ......

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The Space Age look seems particularly unique in hindsight in that it literally halted in 1969 with Armstrong's foot on the surface of the moon....

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What I really love about being an image producer is the freedom that I have right now of developing whatever idea I have in my mind......

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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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How do you visualize how our body feels when we spend time in nature? We explore this idea at a shoot that was more complex than it looks....

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Lately it seems like everyone is talking about chronology, storytelling or our obsession with all things retro. So is author Richard Banks....

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“If people are proud of something, how do they treat it? They don’t stamp something on top of it. They make sure it looks good."...

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We love this video AlmapBBDO put together. But, of all 873 images used in the (very!) clever piece, this is my favorite. What's yours?...

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We are at a fascinating moment in photography, and this will have direct impact on its use in marketing and advertising communications. ...

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Yes, the general public can understand basic medical information -- as long it is presented well (being visually engaging helps). ...

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