This multimedia compilation showcases Paula Bronstein’s work from Laos and features an interview with her discussing the project.
A career in photojournalism has Hugh Pinney somewhat desensitized but the Ebola crisis has jolted him to react.
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.
Senior Getty Images photographer John Moore has been in Liberia covering the Ebola virus outbreak.
From knitted cat suits to rock 'n rock.
We remember her life and career.
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.
We remember his life and career.
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.
The weird and the wonderful pictures of the week...
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.
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.
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...
Watch how the Sky News team in Gaza covers developments in a conflict zone.
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.
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.
In 2013, renowned photographer Eugene Richards received a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography to continue his project ‘War is Personal.'
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.
As Scotland decides whether to become independent, our photographers have been capturing some of the more quintessential Scottish charm.
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.
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.
Photographer Spencer Platt recently visited Iraq on a mission to document what is happening to the people there. Here’s his story…
When the full-service agency Arnold Worldwide was collaborating with Brown-Forman in producing a campaign to launch the new Sinatra Select whiskey for the timeless American brand Jack Daniel’s, they came to Getty Images for help.
We take a look in the archive at events 100 years ago when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on 28th June 2014.
Photographer Dan Kitwood's coverage of life inside the temporary camps in Kalak following insurgent attacks in Mosul.
We learn about Mark Steele, Senior Sales Manager in Dubai and a qualified pilot.
We go behind the scenes with photographer Matt Cardy who describes his journey with the D-Day veterans for the 70th Anniversary as a privilege and a career highlight.
2013 Creative Grant Winners Elley Ho and Heward Jue discuss their video project to help the Asante Africa Foundation better tell their story.
25 years after the death of Ayatollah Khomeini, photographer John Moore takes a journey through the heart of Iran.
We meet up with Meredith Dake, Multimedia Editor for CQ Roll Call, who notes that if there’s one thing digging through the archives has taught her, it’s that captions are king.
See our Editor's Pick from the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid has created this incredible video matching up his recent photos with archival stills from D-Day
As the disaster rescue operation comes to an end, we take a look back at Turkey's worst ever mining disaster.
Narendra Modi becomes India's Prime Minister with landslide victory for BJP Party - Kevin Frayer has been documenting the campaign trail of the largest election in history.
Photographer Jeff Mitchell has been documenting the increasing numbers of female farmers in the UK.
Last year, Laurence Griffiths used his Getty Images Editorial Fellowship to document football in the favelas of Rio and what it means to the children there. Here's his behind the scenes diary...
Pascal chooses some of his favourite images from Cannes and discusses what has changed over the years.
We take a look back at the spirit and dedication of the fans who gave such a warm welcome to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Baby Prince George during their recent visit to Australia and New Zealand.
BBC Motion Gallery and Getty Images clientele had the opportunity to explore an interactive video wall at a event celebrating the partnership
Our photographers take an alternative view of the recent Royal Tour to Australia and New Zealand.
Andrea Giglioni is a Localization Project Manager based in London who lists extreme linguistic geekiness as a must for his job!
Photographer Mark Nolan talks us through The Duke and Duchess' arrival in Australia's capital.
Who knew the Duchess of Cambridge had DJing skills? Morné de Klerk brings us behind the scenes in Adelaide.
"As the Ukrainians got closer one started shouting, ordering them to turn back, and when the Ukrainians ignored him, another took aim with his machine gun." Sean Gallup recalls an unexpected moment.
Scott Barbour brings us behind the scenes of one of the most significant stops on the tour – Ayer’s Rock.
Chris Hondros Fund Founder Christina Piaia talks to us about the Fund’s mission and this year’s award recipients for photojournalism.
Don Arnold shows us his favourite pictures from the last Sydney stop on the Royal Tour - Taronga Zoo.
Bradley Kanaris talks us through capturing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Brisbane on Easter Sunday.
Go behind the scenes of The Royal Tour with our photographer blogs from New Zealand and Australia. Chris Hyde gives us his best edit from the RAAF Amberley Base in Brisbane.
'God's Ivory,' a short documentary by Reportage photographer Brent Stirton and filmmaker Andrew Hida, has been nominated in the 18th Annual Webby Awards. We need your votes!
Photojournalist Allison Joyce relocated from New York to Bangladesh in 2013. She gives us a look at her 'office' through Instagram.
Photographer Brendon Thorne takes us behind the scenes of the Royal visit to Bear Cottage Hospice in Manly.
Photographer Mary Turner has been on the road with Mr Fips Circus.
A recap of last week's event, commemorating photojournalist Chris Hondros and the launch of TESTAMENT, a book dedicated to his photographs and essays.
We compare images of Catherine, William and Baby George's trip to New Zealand and Australia with pictures from Charles and Diana's royal tour in the eighties.
We go behind the scenes from Day Eleven of the Royal Tour with photographer Ryan Pierse dangling from a rocky ledge at The Blue Mountains.
Two-time Getty Images Editorial Grant winner Eugene Richards takes us on an intensely emotional and powerful journey, as he shares his experience working on his grant project “War is Personal.”
As the New Zealand part of the Royal Tour draws to a close, our Editor looks at the best imagery from this leg of the trip.
Photographer Ryan Pierse recalls the moment the Royal couple touched down in Sydney to begin the Australian leg of the Royal Tour.
One year later, the city of Boston continues to heal.
Testament is a collection of photographs and writing by late photojournalist Chris Hondros spanning over a decade of coverage from most of the world's conflicts
We go behind the scenes of Day Eight of The Royal Tour with photographer Sam Hussein which kicked off with a game of cricket.
Photographer Rob Jefferies talks us through the eventful Day Seven of the Royal Tour culminating in great fun on the iconic Shotover Jet.
We go behind the scenes with photographer Phil Walter from Day Six of The Royal Tour which started with his broken down car!
Hannah Peters tells the story behind Day Five of the Royal Tour where William and Catherine raced each other in America’s Cup boats around the Waitemata Harbour in Auckland.
Hagen Hopkins gives the behind the scenes scoop at the State Reception in New Zealand.
The British weather didn't dampen spirits as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went walkabout in Bleheim and met Sir Peter Jackson.
Here are five of our favourite pictures of playful baby George on Day Two of in New Zealand.
Go behind the scenes of The Royal Tour with our photographer blogs from New Zealand and Australia. Hagen Hopkins talks us through Day One in Wellington.
Late last month marked the one year anniversary of ADWN?, a campaign launched by a group within the media and photojournalism communities to raise awareness of the risks faced by journalists and photojournalists in war zones on a daily basis.
Photographer Dan Kitwood recalls joining election staff to collect votes from the elderly residents of Bakhchysarai, 30km south west of Crimea’s Capital.
See the 2013 Portrait Prize judging for a better view into what this year’s panel of judges will be looking for when determining the 2014 Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize recipient.
Photographer Chip Somodevilla was recently in Rwanda as the country commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide.
We remember Kurt Cobain on the 20th Anniversary of his death.
As the Royal Tour kicks off, we take a trip back in time to when Charles, Diana and William visited Australia in the eighties.
Life inside the favela communities of Rio De Janeiro with photographer Mario Tama.
It seems you're 'nobody' in the world of showbiz until you've been photographed in front of the Eiffel Tower... we look at some of the well-known faces who made sure to get snapped with the monument!
As the picture sharing site reaches 200 million users, we look at the most popular filters, the most popular tags and just exactly who are the most popular users?
Bryn Lennon has scooped the prestigious ‘Sports Photographer of the Year’ award while Laurence Griffiths picked up the award for Sport Picture of the Year at the annual Sports Journalist Association awards in London.
Chip Somodevilla's offices range from the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the Pentagon to the State Department. Find out what it's like to always be on the road in Washington, DC.
Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein shares his memories of Chris Hondros, the photojournalist who was killed while covering the Libyan conflict in 2011 in The Guardian newspaper.
In Pictures: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
Go behind the scenes with Ethan Miller as he tackles an unusual assignment.
As the standoff between the Russian military and Ukrainian forces continues in Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, world leaders are pushing for a diplomatic solution to the escalating situation.
Our photographers use the tag #mygettyoffice on Instgram to show us where in the world they are. Peter Macdiarmid discusses his office during the UK floods.
Besides our photographers, find out what other roles are involved in bringing our imagery to the world. We chat to Managing Editor at Reportage by Getty Images, Lauren Steel.