DMLA: Horrible news emanated from the Library of Congress on Friday morning when the notice of the firing of Maria Pallante was made public.
Jim Pickerell wrote an article on whether stopping images scraping would solve photographers’ problems. He recommended that photographers do a Google search for some of their best selling images. “If those images are never shown as part of the search returns” concludes Jim, “it may be a good indication that images in the Getty collection are being blocked in Google searches.” Jim was suggesting that Google would be blocking images in retaliation to Getty Images’ complaint … Here is John Balean’s answer to this.
Meet CEPIC in the United States
Licensing their NEW image technology to major players from image libraries to digital asset management companies such as Sodatech, Capture, MEMAT, Xpertise and Image Protect, who are now integrating the technology into their platforms and extending it to their clients. They have also expanded their in-house team to 17, moved to Farringdon, and set up offices for their technology development in Poland.
Special discount for CEPIC members at the ART + Fair
Picture Alliance cooperates with entertainment agency MediaPunch (Press release in German)
Minden Pictures new in offer of picture alliance (Press release in German)
A user of the archive says, “What an enormous task is the documentation of Werner Forman’s photographs. It has become a really important document of the world’s culture” Herman van der Made, Collector, the Netherlands.
Russia is the second in Marsden Archive’s series of mailers designed to highlight Simon’s unique photographic vision.
StockFood GmbH, one of Germany’s leading photo agencies, and Science Photo Library (SPL), the world’s leading source of science and medicine content, announce today a strategic partnership aimed to deliver SPL’s stunning collection of scientific imagery to the German market.