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What is the Legacy Collection? Jonathan Klein explains

Over my past 20 years building Getty Images, I’ve learned that pictures can have an extraordinary effect on you, if you let them. Some, like the heart-wrenching images we see of war, disasters and strife, have the power to move people to act, even when they are halfway around the world.   Others cause us […]

She covers pirates, fights ‘simplistic view of the world’ | Behind the lens

Veronique de Viguerie provides an insight into her career, discusses some of her most iconic work and tells us about one of her most memorable assignments.

Getty Images photojournalist receives Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Ebola crisis

Getty Images photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize in the Feature Photography category for his work covering the Ebola crisis.

Skilled storytellers, photojournalists help Toyota reach teen drivers

Earlier this year, Toyota partnered with three award-winning Getty Images Reportage photojournalists — Shaul Schwarz, Sara Lewkowicz and Benjamin Lowy — to create high-end cinematic storytelling around a very important topic: safe driving for teens. Using real subjects in real situations, the three explored driving as a rite of passage through TeenDrive365, Toyota’s comprehensive teen […]

Powerful photography to share on World AIDS Day

“The most famous woman in the world hugging an HIV-positive baby did more to destigmatize the disease than anything before.” In recognition of World AIDS Day, we share a mix of moving and inspirational images, showing the lives and communities affected by the disease. On April 24, 1991, Princess Diana visited a hostel for abandoned children […]

How 10 years of Getty Images Grants has helped photojournalists

2014 marked the tenth year anniversary of the Getty Images Grants program, which has now awarded over $1 million in funding to photographers.