Archive for July 2018

Copytrack makes infringers pay for stolen Nirvana images

Copytrack dog logo

Copytrack press release – 25 July, 2018. Rab Lewin is a photographer with a long career in music photography. He was in Berlin in the 90s and captured iconic images of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana. Recently he found they had been stolen and used by Belgian TV, a global online news site, and others. Copytrack…

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Getty Images announced as an official photo partner to Twitter

Getty Images press release, 23 July 2018. New agreement sees Getty Images as premier content provider for Twitter’s editorial and commercial purposes Getty Images, a world leader in visual communication and Twitter, the first place to see what’s happening, today announced a new content partnership.  The agreement sees Getty Images named an Official Photo Partner…

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New BM Images website launched

Screenshot of BM images website homepage

Visit the newly designed BM Images website, with larger previews, new image galleries and much more! Explore the site and full spectrum of services, including footage licensing, and discover how they can help inspire your research. If you have any suggestions, feedback or comments, please email sales@bmimages.com and let them know your thoughts!

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Mary Evans Picture Library showcase the work of Andrew Besley

collage of images by andrew besley

Mary Evans Picture Library have represented the professional photographer Andrew Besley since the acquisition of Barnaby’s Picture Library in 2001, an agency to which Andrew was for many years a major contributor. Andrew built up an international reputation over four decades, producing stock library photographs, supplying photography to the national press and in so doing…

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Nature Picture Library congratulate Alex Mustard on his MBE

Split level photo of an American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) floating at the surface over a shallow seagrass meadow, close to mangroves. Jardines de la Reina, Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Caribbean Sea. Jardines de la Reina, Gardens of the Queen National Park, Cuba. Caribbean Sea.

Nature Picture Library are delighted to announce that Alex Mustard has been awarded the MBE for services to underwater photography in the Queen’s birthday honours list. To celebrate this excellent news, NPL have created a new gallery of his work including many of his most popular and classic images, as well as more recent material.…

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Advance in your career with CPD approved London School of Publishing training

The London School of Publishing (LSP) has been offering industry led courses since 1992. They offer practical, up-to-date, short professional development courses in: – Editing: book editing, sub-editing, copy-editing – Digital: social media and online marketing, Adobe, e-publishing, writing for the Web – Visual: picture research, infographics, art history – Literature: creative writing, poetry, the…

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Werner Forman Archive: Silk Road the ancient maritime route

The Silk Road - copyright Werner Forman Archive

Werner Forman Archive press release – 5 July, 2018. The Silk Road was a network of land and sea trading routes linking China to Europe, and aiding the development of Korea, Japan, the Indian subcontinent, Iran/Persia, Europe, the Horn of Africa and Arabia, during the period from about 220 BCE to the 18thCentury. Though silk…

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FootageFest 2018 a new transatlantic partnership in the heart of Hollywood

FOCAL International press release – 2 July, 2018. FOCAL International announce partnership to deliver a weekend of lively seminars, focused networking, and fun, in the iconic and cool environs of North Hollywood 22-23 September 2018. FOCAL International and AMCUP, two of the world’s leading trade associations for archive footage producers and libraries, present FootageFest –…

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