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Stay Ahead of the Tech Curve With These Image Search Tips

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 [...]

Watch: How and why brands are embracing “Surreality” with images

“Surreality is a visual trend that updates surrealism for the technological age.” – Pam Grossman, Director of Visual Trends   In this digital age, our lives are multifaceted and complex, and with this complexity comes endless opportunities for creativity. Surreality focuses on surreal, graphic imagery and plays with ideas of infinity, duality, multiplicity. See how […]

Increased Immersion: Virtual Reality Filmmaker Shares Insights

If you haven’t heard of Brazilian film director Ricardo Laganaro, that’s about to change. Working behind the scenes for almost 20 years, Laganaro started his career in post-production for live-action and animated cinema before transitioning into directing and overseeing 3D and special effects at one of Brazil’s biggest production companies. Today, he’s known as the […]

Can you believe these amazing shots from Rio 2016 were taken with robotic cameras?

The introduction of robotic cameras to the repertoire of technology photographers use has been game changing. Photographers can now shoot from inventive angles that were never before possible, allowing us to all see the Olympics from new vantage points. Getty Images photographer Richard Heathcote shares some of his favorite images he’s taken from Rio using […]

Get a taste of Rio 2016 with these insane underwater photos

“There’s nothing better to me than having an idea in my head and then implementing it into my work.” With the Rio Olympics just a few weeks away, Getty Images’ all-star photography team is gearing up for the big event. Years of hard work and planning go into ensuring that our photographers are prepared when […]

Extended Human—harnessing the power of technology to make us more human

Our notion of personhood is expanding, as we harness the power of technology in all areas of our lives. The parameters of man and machine are starting to blur, and the results are riveting. Technology is changing the way we live our lives, share our experiences, make our art and experience our surroundings. It’s also […]

How technology enables Al Bello to shoot outside the box and embrace mistakes

“I wanted to go out there and try something I’ve never done before.” Getty Images Sport photographer Al Bello has shot nearly every major sporting event and has the highest quality equipment at his disposal. But on a recent shoot at the Park Hill Boxing Club with light heavyweight boxer Marcus Browne, he decided to […]

Filmmaker uses ‘spy animals’ to get closer to tigers, dolphins and polar bears

“She came right up, sat down and lay down next to it and all her little cubs came running over. And within no time at all, they were lined up suckling in front of her. And I had the most incredible view I’ve ever seen of a lion.”

Five keyword trends that reflect our technology obsession

We look at some of the most popular search terms from the last month which confirm our obsession with all things technology

Red carpet coverage to clients in minutes at Cannes

News has never been more immediate, and at the Cannes film festival, we have to get hot celebrity shots and red carpet images to our clients faster than the speed of gossip.

The new technology we’re using to cover Cannes Film Festival

It’s no longer just point-and-shoot – new technologies create a host of new ways to cover one of the biggest media events in the calendar. The challenge is on. New technology – 360° photography, super high definition and 3D – offers amazing new ways to tell the story of the second largest media event on […]

Stanley Greene: The electronic trash created by modern technology

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.