Behind The Scenes At Crufts

We go behind the scenes at 2014 Crufts Dog Show with photographer Matt Cardy.

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Top 10 Most Searched Female Politicians

Who are the most searched female politicians on Getty Images? We find out...

SXSW | Where have YOU been?

Show us how you’ve explored SXSW, from backstage to burritos, and you could walk away with a copy of 2013 Year In Focus

NEW Embed lets you share tens of millions of images

New embedded viewer will provide easy, legal access to Getty Images imagery for non-commercial use. Try it out here.

Tension rises in Venezuela

Photographer John Moore is in Venezuela covering the unrest over President Maduro's Government

Passion for Pictures: Uriel Sinai

Uriel Sinai shares what it’s like to be a photojournalist working amid the dangers of war – and his dedication to telling both sides of every story.

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Passion for Pictures: Bill Wallauer

Bill Wallauer discusses his work with the Jane Goodall Institute, filming and helping to save the wild chimpanzees of Tanzania’s Gombe National Park.

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30 Most Incredible Oscar Dresses of All Time

In the build-up to this year's Academy Awards, Lucia Debieux, Fashion Editor at Marie Claire takes us through the 30 most iconic Oscar dresses of all time...

Inside The Presidential Palace Of Former Ukrainian President Yanukovych

Photographer Jeff Mitchell has been inside the Presidential Palace of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's Mezhyhirya estate.

Year In Focus 2013

A stunning celebration of our most compelling editorial images throughout the year, the Year In Focus 2013 is now exclusively available in 7 languages on iBooks.

10 Composite Pictures: Before And After The Rain

Are the flood-impacted regions of the United Kingdom beginning to get back to normal?

Daniel Berehulak | Photographer of the Year

Daniel Berehulak won first place photographer of the year in the 71st Annual Pictures of the Year International awards - we speak with him about the awards and his recent work

In the News: Kiev - Violence Escalates Despite a Truce

Hundreds of armed protesters charged police barricades Thursday on Kiev's central Independence Square, despite a truce called just hours earlier by the country's embattled president

The Slums and Homeless of Kolkata

Entertainment Photographer Samir Hussein is used to shooting red carpet events and catwalk shows so going to Kolkata with The Hope Foundation to capture the people of the slums presented a new challenge.

Dan Kitwood: An unexpected moment

On a cold day in February, Dan Kitwood didn't expect sun to break through and create a glorious vista of the London skyline.

Who We Are | Bette Lynch

Besides our photographers, find out what other roles are involved in bringing our imagery to the world. We chat to Director of Photography for EMEA, Bette Lynch.

World Press Photo Awards 2014

Brent Stirton, Sara Lewkowicz, Chris McGrath, Ezra Shaw, Al Bello and Quinn Rooney have been awarded top honours at World Press Photo 2014

Top 10 Famous Kisses

As Valentine's Day rolls around once again, we look at 10 of the most famous kisses...

Top 10 UK Wild Weather Photos

With wind gusts of over 100mph lashing parts of the UK - our photographers have been covering the weather's continuing impact

2014 WHNPA Eyes of History Contest

Getty Images photographer Win McNamee recieves WHNPA Eyes of History award for "Political Photo of the Year"

The Westminster Dog Show: An Alternative View

Getty Images photographer Justin Sullivan visits the Westminster Dog Show with just his iPhone and an alternative eye.

New partnership with LeanIn.Org

LeanIn.Org, the women’s empowerment nonprofit founded by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and Getty Images have partnered to create the Lean In Collection – a library of images devoted to celebrating powerful images of women, girls and the communities who support them.

Samir Hussein: My Iconic Image

When Samir Hussein captured the Royal Wedding in 2011, little did he know that one of his images would become one of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourites. 

Christopher Furlong: An Unexpected Moment

Read how news photographer Chris Furlong got a prime position at one of the world's biggest religious events.

Master Class: How to Capture in 360

The 360 images allow the photographer expand his/her horizons and capture the world in a new way. Learn how.

Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town

Matt Eich is one of the winners of the 2013 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography. He discusses his ongoing project 'Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town'.

Philip Seymour Hoffman: A Look Back

We look back at the actor's life in pictures.

The feed by Getty Images

See what's trending now on Twitter, visualized via the feed by Getty Images

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Getty Images Partners to Preserve and Promote Black History

February is Black History Month in the United States, and, increasingly, across the globe. Getty Images is responding to growing interest in Black visual culture through a partnership with the technology start-up Project Gado.

Global partnership with Samsung SMART Camera

Together Samsung and Getty Images will provide unique tools and innovative platforms that connect the world through photography

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The State of the Union: A look back

As we count down to the State of the Union, we take a look back at other State of the Union speeches

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Jeffrey Mitchell: An unexpected moment

A promise between two best friends meant one wearing a dress to the other's funeral, depending on who died first. Jeff Mitchell talks about this unexpected moment.

In the news: Political crisis deepens in Ukraine

As the Ukrainian parliament vote to abolish anti-protest laws, we take a look back at the events from the past week

2013 Getty Images Asia Pacific Pictures Of The Year

2013 Getty Images Asia Pacific Pictures Of The Year - and winners are...

Reportage by Getty Images on Tumblr

Reportage by Getty Images. Inspiring and iconic photojournalism from award-winning photographers and new emerging talent. Follow our Tumblr blog

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In the news: Getty Images on Tumblr

In the news - all the stories from around the globe as they happen

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Passion for Pictures: Mario Tama

Mario Tama details the stories behind his powerful images of 9/11, the US presidential election and pre- and post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans.

North American Sports Photographers of the year

Join us to congratulate the winners of the North American Sports Photographers of the year

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Top 10 Big Freeze

As we say goodbye to the polar vortex that gripped the United States, we look at 10 of the most powerful Big Freeze images.

2013 Getty Images European Editorial Photography Awards

2013 Getty Images European Editorial Photography Awards took place Wednesday 15th January. View all the winners here.

Top 10 Wild Weather

Many areas of Europe were affected by the recent bad weather spell. We look at 10 of the best of examples of the Wild Winds.

Photographers Get Recognition From Peers

Each month, Getty Images photographers enter their images in to a competition to gain peer recognition. Here are the EMEA news winners from 2013.

Frazer Harrison: The picture I'll never forget

Frazer Harrison recalls what it was like covering Michael Jackson on trial.

Peter Macdiarmid: An unexpected moment

Peter Macdiarmid was woken at 6.a.m on a cold December morning to a loud thud that turned out to be the Buncefield oil explosion.

Getty Images Music Most Popular Tracks of 2013

Getty Images Music presents the most popular, talked about and/or licensed tracks for 2013.

Matt Cardy: My most unexpected moment

Sometimes what seems to be a routine photo assignment can lead to a photographer capturing an unexpected moment.

Year in Focus Asia Pacific

Stuart Hannagan, VP of Editorial Photography Asia Pacific, shares his selection of the best of 2013.

Historical Anniversaries in 2013

Bob Ahern, Director of Archive Photography reflects on some of the 2013 major anniversaries -  the assasination of JFK, Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech and more.

Getty Images Award Winning Imagery of 2013

Go on a visual journey with these spectacular images across news, sports, entertainment and creative. 

Royal Photographer Chris Jackson's Year in Focus

Royal Phtotographer Chris Jackson discusses the big Royal events of 2013 including the birth of Prince George and travelling to India with Charles and Camilla...

The Best of Getty Images Instagram 2013

Getty Images uses Instagram to share the behind-the-scenes activity that goes in to creating our content. View the best of these images from 2013.

Looking Back at 2013

As we prepare the best of our imagery for the 2013 Year in Focus ebook, see our Editor's first round of choices.

Contour by Getty Images Year in Focus

Contour photographers interpret some of the most important people of our time as well as encapsulating important fashion trends. See their best work.

Best of Creative Imagery 2013

From complex human and animal emotions, via amazingly original landscapes to cutting edge still life, each picture tells its own, unique story.

The Biggest News Stories of 2013

Bette Lynch, Director of Photography for News shares her favourite images that illustrate some of the stand out stories of the year.

Jonathan Klein, CEO: The advice I received from Nelson Mandela

Jonathan Klein shares what inspiration he took from a meeting with President Mandela...

Julian Finney: My 2013 Iconic Shot

Julian Finney's image of Andy Murray's big win at Wimbledon became front page in 2013...

Alpine Skiing: Preparing for Sochi

Skiing down an Olympic course with 30kgs of camera equipment on your back in minus 18 degree temperatures is just one of the challenges facing photographers shooting Alpine Skiing...

Guest Edit: The Hottest Frocks of 2013

Clique magazine Editor Jill Wanless gives the lowdown on the frocks that rocked this year...

Behind the Shoot: International Committee of the Red Cross

Reportage by Getty Images worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross on their latest campaign. Go behind the scenes on this shoot in our video.

The Aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

Photographer Dan Kitwood has been named as a finalist in the prestigious 2014 Sony World Photography Awards for his work documenting the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

Oli Scarff: My most unexpected moment

When Oli Scarff went once again to capture the Lord Mayor’s Banquet, little did he expect why his image of David Cameron would be so out of the ordinary.

Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize 2013

Watch the story behind the first ever Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize with commentary from famed fashion photographer and judge, Peter Lindbergh...

The Mary Celeste of Newsrooms

Tom Stoddart worked at News International during the 1980's and descibes what it was like to return and capture the empty offices...

Jill Freedman: The Streets of New York City

Photographer Jill Freedman introduces her work which has just been added to the Getty Images Archive Collection...

How my iPhone Shot Became a Double Page Spread

Quick thinking and using just a camera phone, Cassie Trotter's image ended up in the Sydney Daily Telegraph...

Hurricane Sandy: One Year On

As the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches, we explored multiple sites that suffered damage to show how those locations look today.

Kosuke Okahara: Fragments of Fukushima

Winner of a 2012 Getty Images Editorial Grant, Kosuke Okahara photographed the ongoing effects of the Fukushima Nuclear plant explosion.

The Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography 2013

Photojournalism has the power to both inspire and educate, and it’s a power we remain committed to promoting through our grant programs.

Infographic: News

How does Getty Images help the world bear witness?

Can objectivity exist within photojournalism?

Aidan Sullivan, Vice President of Photo Assignments, Getty Images, and Getty senior staff photographer John Moore discuss.

Ballet school

Watch Pascal Le Segretain as he shoots behind the scenes at the Paris Opera Ballet School…

Peter Dench: The photo I took that meant the most to me

Documenting alcohol culture, learning from the not-funny photo

Welcome from Jonathan Klein

A personal message of welcome from the co-founder and CEO of Getty Images, Jonathan Klein.

Brent Stirton: The photo I took that meant the most to me

How a dead silver-backed gorilla opened a photojournalist’s eyes.

Immigration in America

Discover the story of those facing incredible danger to cross the borders into the USA.

Tom Stoddart: The photo I took that meant the most to me

Renowned Photojournalist Recounts ‘Woman of Sarajevo’

Vive Visa pour l'Image

Last year we celebrated 25 years of the foremost festival of photojournalism.

Visual futures

Breaking news. Consumers want it fast, they want it as it happens, and they want it visually.

God's Ivory

Global trade in ivory was banned in 1989, and should have meant an end to poaching. Nothing could be further from the truth.

A Day Without News

A Day Without News? Global campaign highlights new risks for photojournalists.

Collaboration

Discover how collaboration is key to creating new dynamic content and partnerships

Making paywalls pay

How media companies are using their knowledge of readers to sell more effective advertising.

India: child slavery

Child-trafficking and slavery still blight India. Watch Daniel Berehulak document the experiences of children who work in a coal mine…

Portraits of hope

What are some of the ongoing effects of the Japanese tsunami in 2011? Watch Adam Pretty behind the lens…

Visual social media

How do you boost social media engagement? Watch our panel discussion …