We asked our team of creative experts to give us their take on what makes a great image – and what makes up their favourite image. Is it the composition, lighting or the unique perspective of the image-maker?
Matthias Hangst is one of the most successful sports photographers. In this interview, he talks about both his career and covering the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
According to reports, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were married over the weekend after 9 years together.
A day in the life of the Getty Images Sport Team at the US Open
Getty Images offers all bloggers the opportunity to select, embed and share multiple images from the Venice Film Festival – at no cost – for non-commercial use on websites, blogs and social media channels.
Pat Lyttle, fashion specialist, shares his favorite fashion style from the red carpet at the Emmys.
29 August 1923 – 24 August 2014. We take a look back at his life and career.
Our photographers are #RePicturing the world by challenging the stereotypes that are commonly associated with concepts such as Hero, Femininity and Age.
Our photographers were there on the red carpet, at the ceremony, backstage and at the after parties.
Tom Sloan is a Product Specialist whose love of sports has led him to captaincy of the softball team at our London office.
One of the clichés that is being challenged by our photographers is Femininity and how this is portrayed in today’s society.
Highlights of the best media campaigns, organizations, and people who empower and repicture women.
This multimedia compilation showcases Paula Bronstein’s work from Laos and features an interview with her discussing the project.
We take a look at two more concepts that have been reimagined, Balance and Wealth.
A career in photojournalism has Hugh Pinney somewhat desensitized but the Ebola crisis has jolted him to react.
Getty Images is delighted to welcome the Visual Studies Workshop as the latest addition to our roster of archive contributors.
Watch the Getty Images team 3D scanning the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.
The royals downunder, wild weather, sunsets and a foggy start.
Dan Kitwood has just returned to the UK after capturing the aftermath of two weeks of intense bombing in Gaza. He shares his experiences...
Scott Olson, Getty Images Photographer, has been covering the protests in Ferguson, Missouri following the police shooting of teenager Michael Brown.
Clive Brunskill has covered 6 Summer Olympic Games, 3 FIFA World Cup Finals and over 50 Grand Slam tennis events but never a wedding, let alone a world exclusive for a world number one player.
Go behind the scenes and watch Contour by Getty Images photographer Nicolas Guérin photograph actress Sarah Gadon.
The former BBC Chief News Correspondent discusses how the societal role of women changed during WW1.
Senior Getty Images photographer John Moore has been in Liberia covering the Ebola virus outbreak.
From knitted cat suits to rock 'n rock.
This summer, we take you on a tour of the major festivals to see what people are wearing in our festival fashion special.
We remember her life and career.
Rebecca Hamilton is a Research Editor for fashion content based in Sydney, Australia. Not only that but she runs our various fashion social media platforms.
Watch Sebastian Liste discuss his work from Nicaragua documenting the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war.
Take a front row seat and catch our hand-picked imagery of global superstars, fashion icons and all the glamour of the red carpet.
Visual storytelling is at the front line of the content marketing battleground. Product Director and Creative Strategist Melissa McVeigh discusses why creating new narratives is so important.
A unique and intimate portrait of an artist on the very brink of global megastardom.
We remember his life and career.
'Major' Milestone: David Cannon covers his 100th men's major golf tournament at the PGA Championship
Against the eclectic backdrop of Jewels of the Archive, award-winning photographer Tom Stoddart discusses his work with Matthew Butson, Head of the Hulton Archive.
Chosen by a panel of photographers and editors, here are the top 10 for July
The weird and the wonderful pictures of the week...
In an article published by NYT Magazine, we discover the inspiration for the now famous Twitter Bird.
In partnership with Japan Public Broadcaster NHK, a new video collection featuring exceptional HD, news, documentary and feature content.
Patrick Llewellyn gives insight for aspiring photojournalists wanting an unbiased opinion and advice on ways to progress.
Go behind the scenes and watch Contour by Getty Images photographer Nicolas Guérin photograph director David Cronenberg.
This year Getty Images is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of its grants programme, which has awarded more than $1.2 million to date, by offering $130,000 to photographers.
We’ve taken the search pulse for Q2 of 2014, and here’s what’s been trending.
Following on from our most recent article looking into RePicturing Age, we take a look at three more concepts that are frequently represented by stereotypes.
Here are the Top 10 Entertainment photos for June chosen by our panel of experts. Now vote for your favorite in the poll below! Voting closes midnight GMT Sunday 17th August.
We have handpicked some of our favorite images from the iStock collection and asked the contributing photographer to describe what 'RePicturing Age' means to them.
See our Editor's choice from the centenary commemorations of World War One.
Streeter Lecka travelled to Alaska for the shoot of a lifetime. Read his story...
Join us with a look back at some of the highlights from Glasgow 2014.
Watch how the Sky News team in Gaza covers developments in a conflict zone.
Golf photographer David Cannon has teamed up with Glenmorangie to find the world’s most ‘unnecessarily well made’ golf holes. Here’s David’s Top 10.
Discover what’s happened, where – in our hand-picked gallery of the imagery making the headlines.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid talks us through the work involved in putting together these digital composites which match up scenes from World War One with today's world.
See all the action and all the drama, in our hand-picked gallery of sports around the world.
From the frontline to the home front, posters and propaganda were key for all sides in the battle for morale.
Director of Content Development, Andreas Gebhard curates a gallery of his favorite pictures from the Moment Collection this month.
With a career history of working with artists like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Run DMC and an infectious love of life, we meet VP of Entertainment Partnerships, Vince Bannon.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Marco Di Lauro discuss his work from Iraq.
The complex politics of 19th century Europe saw states and empires jostling for power and influence. This is a look at events that would lead Europe and beyond into war.
Miami based fashion blogger Annie Vasquez of The Fashion Poet looks back over the last 10 years and picks 10 moments which show how swim style has evolved.
In 2013, renowned photographer Eugene Richards received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to continue his project ‘War is Personal.'
We're asking Spikes Asia delegates to help us drop steretypes and embrace the world around us as it actually is. Find out the competition details here.
In 2012, photographer Bharat Choudhary received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to examine the roots of 'Islamophobia' in Marseille, France
In 2011, Stanley Greene was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to follow the trail of electronic trash that is creating by modern technology.
In 2010, Miquel Dewever-Plana received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to focus on Guatemala’s ‘Other War’ – the gang violence that was engulfing the country.
Brenda Ann Kenneally received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2009 for her long-term project ‘Upstate Girls.'
Lynsey Addario was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2008 for her work documenting the crisis in Darfur.
Jonathan Torgovnik was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2007 for his project ‘Intended Consequences.’
Kristen Ashburn was awarded a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2006 for her project on HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa.
David S. Holloway winning a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography in 2005 for documenting white nationalism in the US.
The emerging Red Cross, liberty bonds the patriotic drive and more. Take a look at life on the US home front.
Discover hand-picked imagery from our latest creative shoots, inspired by the most current trends and created by our leading artists. Edited this month by Senior Art Director Amy Lehfeldt.
As Scotland decides whether to become independent, our photographers have been capturing some of the more quintessential Scottish charm.
With Germany blockaded by the Allies, hardship and shortages took their toll on the home front.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Véronique de Viguerie discuss her work from Bosnia.
"Always follow through with what you say you will do" – these and other wise words from the Vice President of Photos.com, Peter Orlowsky.
In this CNN video hosted by former professional tennis player Pat Cash, Clive Brunskill discusses his craft while at Wimbledon.
Join us as we celebrate Prince George's first year in pictures.
A look back at some of the most iconic images Dave Hogan has captured of artists like Madonna, Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones.
Mini Cannes took place in London last week. Alongside speakers and jurors from Cannes Lions, they invited Getty Images to bring back the visual trends we saw coming out of Cannes.
The XX Commonwealth Games, hosted by Glasgow, commenced with an opening ceremony welcoming the competitiors from 71 nations and terrorities.
In this video Anthony Gammell shares the bespoke process the team takes to print on demand iconic and archival images.
Emma Jones braved oceans of mud, lashings of rain and even the surprise of an electrical storm to go behind the Glastonbury festival and meet with singers, bands and festival-goers.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid travelled to Belgium, France and around the UK to create these stunning image comparisons with pictures taken during World War One.
Reportage by Getty Images photographers travelled to 5 countries to document the issue of landmines and unexploded remnants of war. Watch Brent Stirton discuss his work from Mozambique.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 23 July to 3 August 2014.
From The Somme and Ypres to Gallipoli, the great battles of WWI changed the nature of war dramatically and their names still resonate a century later.
Gareth Cattermole has been shooting alternative view at Couture Fashion Week to capture something totally unique.
Caroline Samure is a Field Editor at Getty Images who in the last year counts Moscow, Marrakesh, Vienna and Frankfurt as just some of her unconventional work places.
When Gareth Copley learned the Tour de France would be starting in his home county of Yorkshire, he was determined to capture all the action.
Trench warfare has become the defining symbol of World War I and while the armies were locked in stalemate, soldiers endured the harshest of conditions.
Photographer Spencer Platt recently visited Iraq on a mission to document what is happening to the people there. Here’s his story…
Armies had never before mobilized in such numbers; a look at the drive and call up to the front.
Coming to a field near you – music festivals continue to sprout up, command larger audiences or sell-out within minutes. So what's the appeal?
Getty Images World Cup team of 46 photographers shot around 600,000 pictures in Brazil and out of these came our favourite 20! Vote for your favourite
As Getty Images launches their redesigned iOS app with an updated and easy-to-navigate interface, our product team discusses the evolution of the mobile app.
As the tournament wraps up, we shine a light on Rio from higher perspective – as in literally from up in the clouds.
WW1 affected civilians at home in unprecedented ways. Take a look at the war effort at home in Great Britain.
A unique insight into the conflict in stunning colour.
As Matthew Butson explains, the secret of capturing a shot like the Three Queen’s is simply being in the right place at the right time.