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4Corners Images: new images of Memphis and Nashville

4Corners contributor Suzanne Kremer put on her blue suede shoes and boarded the plane for a walk through the legendary neon lit streets of Memphis, Birthplace of Blues and Nashville, the Home of Country. At Elvis Presley’s Graceland mansion and on every corner, both Nashville and Memphis trumpet their long musical heritage. Blues and Country…

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Science Photo Library and Sucré Salé announce strategic partnership

Science Photo Library press release – 3 September, 2019. Science Photo Library (SPL), the world’s leading source of science and medicine content and Sucré Salé, one of France’s leading photo agencies, announced today a strategic partnership to deliver SPL’s collection of scientific images and videos to the French market. SPL has worked for over 40…

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StockFood becomes Image Professionals

StockFood press release – 27 August, 2019. The Munich-based media service provider StockFood GmbH is given a new company name – by 1 September 2019 StockFood will become Image Professionals. The company, which originally focused on food photography, has continuously expanded its scope of business in recent years and is now emerging with a new…

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August highlights from Nature Picture Library

Rare drone images of fin whales and remote camera tiger coverage are just two of the gems you will find in the August highlights gallery. Other subjects to look out for are the reintroduction of white rhinos to Botswana and the urban herons of Amsterdam.  Meanwhile, SCOTLAND: The Big Picture continues to provide a steady…

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Mary Evans Collection: Pump Park Photography

Pump Park specialises in nineteenth century travel photographs from around the world, with an emphasis on prints from Asia; in particular India, Japan and China. It’s a fascinating survey of the scenery and traditions of other lands at a time when public curiosity about overseas culture was at its height, as was an appetite to…

Oil painting on panel, King Henry VIII (1491-1547), after Hans Holbein the younger (Augsburg 1497/8 - London 1543), 16th century. A half-length portrait in richly embroidered brown coat, jewelled and feathered black cap, jewelled gold neck chain of H design and jewelled medallion. Holding leather gloves in his right hand, ring on index finger. Frame has gilt label 'Henry VIII, Holbein'. Picture light attached to back of frame. One of several copies of a lost original. From Newbattle Abbey.

National Portrait Gallery to represent National Trust portraiture collection for commercial licensing

National Portrait Gallery press release – 15 August, 2019. The National Portrait Gallery is pleased to announce representation of over 3,000 portraits from the National Trust collection, which are now available for commercial licensing and reproduction. The Gallery holds the most extensive  collection of portraits in the world, more than 330,000, and is expanding the content…

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Shutterstock appoints Rachna Bhasin to its board of directors

Shutterstock press release – 6 August, 2019. Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), a leading global technology company offering a creative platform for high-quality content, tools and services, today announced that Rachna Bhasin, Founder and CEO of EQ Partners and a Co-Founder of Pacifica Investments, has been appointed to the company’s board of directors and will serve…

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StockFood Studios: pictures, videos, and recipes made to measure

StockFood press release – 1 August, 2019 New production service at StockFood StockFood food media agency launches StockFood Studios, an innovative production service for food photography. The Munich-based food experts, whose international brand is synonymous with professional food photography, are expanding their portfolio to include commissioned productions. The website www.stockfoodstudios.com offers this new service. StockFood…

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Jewellery from Werner Forman Archive

Werner Forman Archive press release – July 30, 2019 Werner Forman Archive archive holds a lot of pictures of jewellery of many kinds, both for personal adornment, and symbolic or religious purposes. The collage above show a few nice pieces from the collection. A pendant from the tomb of Tutankhamun in the form of a…

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July highlights from Nature Picture Library

Over the last month Nature Picture Library have added some intriguing new content to their site. In the July highlights gallery you’ll find endangered primates, wildlife from Italy’s Gran Paradiso National Park by David Pattyn, Cuban endemic species, a Japanese cat café, London’s urban foxes from Matt Maran, fascinating coverage on animal rescue and rehabilitation,…

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Great(stock) anthology gets global recognition at Cannes

Greatstock press release – 23 July, 2019. The widely acclaimed ‘Anthology of (Great)stock Poetry’ campaign by local visual services provider, Greatstock, was recently shortlisted for two awards at Cannes. It was the only South African campaign to be shortlisted in the Direct Mail and Copywriting categories. “Just being shortlisted from a global field of heavy…

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London School of Publishing 2 Day Picture Research Course – get 10% off on August dates

The London School of Publishing Picture Research course is recognised as being the UK’s leading training course in this subject. The course is suitable for those interested in pursuing a career in picture research and picture editing, those in the early stages of their career or those who require refresher training to keep up-to-date with…