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Wish you were here: the charisma of ‘everyday’

From playing dress-up to reconstructing family history photography is the pre-eminent medium for sharing, storytelling and self-expression. And advertisers are tapping into this creative addiction read more

Beauty and the art of living

The definition of beauty is changing to include wider ideas about what is healthy read more

‘I’ve never felt closer to the world’

We asked our Flickr contributors to send us images around the idea of 'connection'. This is how they responded read more

Craftronics

Trend Analysts are picking up on a visual styling that on the surface seems like a return to the early days of the internet read more

Meet Photographer Tim Flach

Photographer Tim Flach took to the stage for our most recent Gather event to talk about his new project 'More Than Human' read more

Finance: The five key visual trends

The five key visual trends we've witnessed across financial services communications campaigns since the big global market crash of 2008 read more

Interview: Richard Turley, Bloomberg Businessweek

The Creative Director for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine gives us an insight on their unique and visually striking cover designs read more

Toby Smith: Exhibition

The Hospital Club, in association with Reportage by Getty Images, is proud to exhibit the work of award-winning British contemporary documentary photographer Toby Smith read more

Sustainability: The Five Key Visual Trends

Our creative research experts outline the 5 key visual trends that are driving the conversation around sustainability read more

Toby Smith: The Renewables Project

With the Renewables Project, Photographer Toby Smith provides a unique photographic vision of the hydroelectric landscapes of Scotland mid-winter read more

In awe of nature

The overwhelming feeling of admiration we still feel when we experience the scale and beauty of nature read more

Body Image 2.0

As technology is changing the evolution of the human body the way we define ‘beauty’ is evolving. Emerging new role models promote a greater diversity in society, creating a theme within the visual trend of diversity. read more

Female Rising

Images of females are changing on all fronts: politically, socio-economically, and culturally. We’re tracking contemporary depictions of women and girls, and witnessing a global sea change. read more

The New Old

The baby boomers once more break ‘the mould of the modern life course’ and with it the widespread belief that life can be enjoyed only by the young. read more

The power of visual storytelling

Powerful visuals evoke emotions and result in deeper engagement. Discover four key factors that will make your visuals resonate more deeply with your customers. read more

Meet the Curators of the Getty Images Lean In Collection

Join our Google Hangout on 4th March as we talk with Pam Grossman and Jessica Bennett, curators of the Getty Images Lean In Collection, to uncover the images and ideas behind this exciting partnership. read more

Riposte: A Fresh Perspective On Women

We discover Riposte Magazine and meet it’s Editor-in-Chief, Danielle Pender, to find out how this new publication plans to stand out by representing women in a real and authentic way. read more

Still Life: Make your brand stand out with visual simplicity

We explore the rise of neo-conceptual still life in photography, and how its visual simplicity appeals to audiences in our age of information density. read more

The glitch aesthetic: Bringing authenticity to your visual brand

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. read more

Interview: Ami Ronnberg - curator of ARAS and editor-in-chief of Taschen’s Book of Symbols

Getty Images Director of Visual Trends, Pam Grossman, speaks to Ami Ronnberg, editor-in-chief of Taschen's Book of Symbols, about the concept of archetypes as symbols, and how these are playing out in modern visual storytelling and advertising. read more

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