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.
We get up close and personal with Amy Robertson a Senior Program Manager in our Technology Department.
When shooting at Cannes Film Festival, our photographers prepare for the inevitable with a spare kit. Here’s what’s in Ian Gavan and Gareth Cattermole’s shared spare kitbag.
Matt Cardy discusses shooting alongside the NASA inspired Samsung NX Rover in the magical landscape of Iceland and picks his favorite user generated pictures.
Pascal chooses some of his favourite images from Cannes and discusses what has changed over the years.
New technology changes the way we shoot Cannes.
Living in Tasmania, Australia, Jodie Griggs is not only an emerging photographer, she is creating work with the emerging technology of the smartphone camera.
Go behind the scenes with Ethan Miller as he tackles an unusual assignment.
Craig Peters, SVP Business Development, Content, Product and Marketing shares details about Getty Images Embed, a new way of sharing and enjoying Getty Images content.
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.
Getty Images is making available rarely seen historical images from the pages of the Afro-American Newspaper in Baltimore, Maryland.
Kyle Bean explores the juxtaposition of science and craft, and how analogy helps him generate new ideas and new projects...
Felicity McCabe investigates the influence of the natural world and colour in her work...
Follow the technological journey of our 30 year coverage of the IAFF World Championships.
From a trip to Dungeoness, to the deconstruction of cocktails and food mutations, Jess Bonham's images often create order from chaos.
Senior Vice President for Creative Content at Getty Images, Andrew Saunders, shares his insight
Are the days of still image domination over?
It's a race to the finish line to bring you images faster, from more angles in different ways.
Do we all have a film in us?
How smaller inexpensive cameras still mean maximum impact.