Modern technology moves fast. Keeping your content current means tracking all the latest tech trends—as well as the visual and verbal language used to communicate them. Here we offer some fresh perspectives on five of today’s biggest tech concepts to help give your communications an image-reboot. Mobile Mobile used to mean phones. Now, it references [...]
Witness the birth of documentary filmmaking, with the March of Time newsreel. Premiering in American movie theatres in 1935, The March of Time short-subject film series addressed controversial issues never before touched upon in American cinema. Always provocative, often amusing and sometimes outrageous, the series covered news and cultural subjects ranging from religious cults and […]
London 2012 saw Getty Images coverage of a major sporting event take another leap forward, in both quantity and quality. Ken Mainardis, our VP in charge of Sports Imagery and Services, talks about how it was done… and will continue to be done.
Glitches in a photo turn image data such as pixels into something tangible, as opposed to delivering a perfect and infinitely reproducible image – it puts the viewer in the moment and asks them to interact and make sense of what they are looking at. Discover how the glitch aesthetic highlights the beauty in imperfections and brings authenticity to your visuals.
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