How to source images – A guide for authors, an article written by The Photo Collective

Do you need to source and clear images for your new book or product and don’t know where to start? Read on for tips and advice from the Photo Collective on image sourcing. You are finally fulfilling your dream of writing a book or maybe you have written a few and you have never sourced…

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The Estate of Howard Hodgkin joins Artimage

You can now license over 500 images from the archive of The Estate of Howard Hodgkin through Artimage. Artimage’s have a full range of images from different periods of Hodgkin’s long and prolific career, ready to license and use for your projects, their selection of images spans from the late 1940s to his last paintings.…

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Mary Evans, Collections Crossover: The Great Outdoor Getaway

From Mary Evans Picture Library With the half-term break and long bank holiday just around the corner, it may be that many of you are planning a great escape in between the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. We’ve covered the British seaside in previous newsletters, but this week we’re looking at holidays that explore this green and…

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Mary Evans Collection of the Week

Art from the CLM Archive Chris and Lesley Mees have been contributors to Mary Evans for a number of years with their fantastic March of the Women collection covering the history of women’s suffrage. But we recently took delivery of a new set of images from them which covers another, more artistic, aspect of their…

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Permission Machine is now Visual Rights Group

As of April 20, 2022, Permission Machine has rebranded itself as Visual Rights Group across all markets we operate in. The new name more accurately conveys our company’s mission and goals as we expand our international reach and add new capabilities In addition to offices in Belgium, France, the UK, and the US, Visual Rights…

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Mary Evans Collection of the Week

Collection of the Week: Onslows Onslows Auctioneers, established in 1984 and exclusively represented for licensing by Mary Evans for over 12 years, were pioneers in the development of the market in vintage travel, advertising and propaganda posters. Although we have previously covered this extensive and visually stunning archive in Collection of the Week, we thought…

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Alamy unveils rebrand as it strengthens offering to the creative sector

Press Release 20 October 2021: London, UK Alamy, the world’s most inclusive content platform, has unveiled a striking new visual identity as it strengthens its offering to the creative sector.  The new brand, developed in partnership with creative agency Phantom, reflects Alamy’s focus on the infinite and diverse opportunities that the ‘blank page’ can have for creatives.…

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March highlights from Image Quest Marine

Hardyhead Silverside - shoaling

Our photo of the month is this stunning, dynamic shot of a large school of Hardyhead Silverside, swimming together off the Maldives. Schools of Hardyhead Silverside can range from several hundred individuals to formations that may be over 100m long and 20m wide! This beautiful capture is one of many new images arriving from our…

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4Corners Images: staying at home

United Kingdom, England, East Sussex, Great Britain, English Channel, British Isles, Camber Sands, girls running towards the sea

The Staycation takes many forms from seaside walks, to country retreats and good old camping. The jury has yet to decide whether a staycation literally means holidaying at home or just not needing your passport, but whatever it decides, we’re sure that mild summers, fantastic countryside and a beautiful coastline makes the United Kingdom a…

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Werner Forman Archive looks at early science

Werner Forman Archive press release – 18 June, 2020. Many different cultures made advances in science over the ages. From ancient Egypt and the Mediterranean world to the breakthroughs of China: silk, paper money, gunpowder, there are many fascinating images in the Werner Forman collection which will benefit educational or history books, television programmes and…

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