The director of the collection of ancient art and culture photographed by Werner Forman passed away peacefully at home just after Christmas. Born in Tasmania in 1935, Barbara moved to London where she met publisher Martin Heller, her future husband, and through him the art, culture and ancient history photographer Werner Forman. She provided the…

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Pubs eh. Remember them? If you’re missing the simple joy of a cold pint and a crackling fire, or just the thrill of being somewhere that isn’t home, soaking up the convivial atmosphere among other people, then this collection will quicken your heart. We are delighted to announce our representation of the National Brewery Centre…

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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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Barrel Jellyfish and snorkeler

Image Quest Marine are excited to announce our representation of photographer, Dr Lou Luddington. Lou creates the most beautiful, atmospheric images of aquatic wildlife and coastal landscapes, from inquisitive Grey Seals to Limpets at lowtide and gorgeous beach shots, captured in the UK, Portugal & further afield. We love this image of a Barrel Jellyfish…

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We are pleased to announce that the estate of Orlando Suero has appointed Bridgeman Images to administer and license copyright. In addition, we are pleased to represent acclaimed Latin American artists Marcelo Brodsky, Càssio Vasconcellos and Diana Gomez. Bridgeman Images is proud to add the work of these artists to our ever-growing diverse archive of…

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Screenshot of Tate Images Homepage

Tate Images’ new website is the first major overhaul of the commercial image licensing site in 14 years, making it accessible not only on desktops, but tablets and mobile phones and aligning it with Tate’s design. New home, search results and artwork preview pages, simple licensing and request options, and increased access to high-resolution images,…

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This year we are attending the Frankfurt Book Fair virtually, and we’ve been busy creating book and calendar concepts to show our publishing contacts around the world. We are also celebrating the publication this week of Stefan Christmann’s book Penguin – a Story of Survival by teNeues Media, a concept we presented in Frankfurt just a year…

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Google, in collaboration with Shutterstock, announced the launch of licensable Images on Google Images this week. This long-awaited feature is one that has a significant impact on our global community, helping them license their content through google image search. By specifying licensing information for photos on websites, Google is educating internet users on how visual…

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Matt Herron, whose powerful images of the civil rights movement from within the heart of Mississippi in the 1960s helped push for change, has died in a glider crash at the age of 89. Matt was the pilot. In keeping with his endless adventurous spirit, he took up gliding at the age of 70 –…

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FOCAL is pleased to announce the two shortlist nominations for Footage Company of the Year 2020 – LOLA Clips and Reelin’ In The Years Productions. Both submissions shortlisted had to demonstrate how and where their company introduced a new service, initiative or innovation in the past year. The winners will be announced in our virtual…

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