Only a few weeks are left before the European Parliament votes on the “Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market”. More than 29,000 creators from all over Europe have signed the petition already, calling on their elected officials to do the right thing.
This October will mark the 15th year of our Annual garment District Arts Festival, and to celebrate, we’re calling for submissions to create a high altitude gallery, right here in midtown Manhattan.
Belga and Isopix both have a strong local and international photo production that is supplemented daily with hundreds of new images from various sectors such as Belgian current affairs, sports, people, portraits, stock photography and images from numerous niche sectors.
Estelle Blaschke, together with her colleagues, and the Armin Linke Studio team, are seeking to attend the CEPIC Congress in aid of documenting this important and devoting turning point in a historical moment of new possibilities and technologies of distribution of photography and visual content.
As part of its annual Congress on 31.05.2018, CEPIC is partnering with Google and IPTC to host two sessions, both of which are open to the public, focusing on how visual authors can leverage Google Images.
Bridgeman is proud and excited to announce the acquisition of Lebrecht Photo Library, the world’s largest image bank for classical music and related arts, with a collection of over 400,000 specialist images.
A new study by IMATAG reveals some staggering facts and will grab the attention of anyone who publishes photographs on the web.
The public consultation on measures to further improve the effectiveness of the fight against illegal content online will run until June 25.
Following the launch of their new web that simplifies their business in three primary business areas, Press, Creative and Economic imagery, what has always been a creative stock photography agency, now appoints Yolanda Sandoval for their office in Madrid to handle the business development of a crucial business area that they have recently branched into.
Press and news images, creative photographs and a mountain of other visual content that goes from cheap to very cheap, defined as Microstock, although if we want to go lower on pricing, we can also find masses of free pictures from unknown, if not desperate authors, produced to generate internet traffic.