Getty Images has revealed the top selling images for the term “woman” globally between the years 2007 and 2019.
We still have work to do before representative imagery becomes the norm, but the new French laws are certainly a step in the right direction. And, if image providers and publishers commit to changing the status quo, we may go some way to helping future generations feel happier and more confident in their own skin.
It's now a matter of course that when we shoot imagery and put it online we alter the reality of the images we share. Instagram's
In the current post-truth era, glossy advertising that promotes superficial messaging no longer resonates with today's sceptical audiences. Instead, brands and organisations are aiming to capture consumer appetite with meaningful campaigns, demonstrating their social conscience and using their influence for a greater purpose.
Technology has extended the human experience past the limits of biology and physiology. VR gives the viewer an immersive experience; it lets you be in the place rather than a passive viewer looking through a 2D window. In today's world of hyper-connectivity, our sense of space and our desire for meaningful experiences has undergone a revolution.
A recent survey by Interflora found that if mothers charged for their services, they would bring in an annual salary of around
It's been another incredible year in news photography. Getty Images have provided us with the most memorable images from
Images can be incredibly impactful; they can simply inform us but they also have the ability to evoke emotion in a way that words can't. They can tell stories in an instant, performing the role of a simple visual diary, whilst at their most powerful they can be a vehicle for change...more on that later.
The jury of the world’s largest photography competition today names American photographer John Moore as the 2015 Sony World
Getty Images have covered more than 80,000 events this year and their photographers have brought you some of the most incredible