OUR PLANET Inspired by the captivating series ‘Our Planet’, we have selected stunning imagery from our photographers that highlight the featured ecosystems, frozen tundras, & scorching deserts. Our award-winning artists have ventured to the most extraordinary places, from vast wildernesses to the depths of the deep seas, gathering breath-taking content of the highest quality. These are front cover-worthy images. Discover…

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West Ham United Football Club Selects Shutterstock as Exclusive Official Photographer and Distribution Partner

Shutterstock press release – 14 January, 2021. The three-year agreement incorporates coverage of all major club events hosted at London Stadium, including behind-the-scenes action Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK)  a leading global creative platform offering full-service solutions, high-quality content, and tools for brands, businesses and media companies, today announced an exclusive three-year partnership with West Ham United…

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Getty Images press release – 12 January, 2021. Longstanding global partnership continues to provide newsrooms around the world with unrivalled visual coverage of news, sport and entertainment Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, and Agence France-Presse (AFP), a prominent global news agency, today announced they would extend their longstanding content agreement. Since 2003, the global…

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Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) female territorial marking by rubbing cheek against ancient Manchurian fir tree, Land of the Leopard National Park, Far East Russia, November. Taken with remote camera. Endangered species. Overall winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards (WPOY) 2020.

As we embark on a challenging New Year in 2021, we start on a positive note by celebrating our photographers’ successes in the 2020 photo competitions. 2020 was certainly a strange year, but against the odds, most of the major international photo competitions went ahead, and our photographers were successful in gaining a number of…

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The gathering of 15 men and women from Nottingham's diverse communities at the British Consulate in Nottingham. Table left of picture with glasses and drinks. Date: 1960s

The centrepiece of the British Caribbean History Collection is a wonderful set of photographs by Esmel May Woma. Taken in the 1960s, when Esmel arrived in Nottingham from the Caribbean to study to be a nurse, the images show her friends and colleagues enjoying their free time: dancing, dining and sightseeing. Taken with a small…

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