High-end, royalty free content from award-winning photographers now available on iStockphoto and the Getty Images Network
NEW YORK, Aug. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — iStockphoto, the web's original resource for crowd-sourced royalty-free stock images, media and design elements, today announced that content from OJO Images, one of the most popular and commercially successful royalty-free collections, is now exclusively available from iStockphoto, the Getty Images network of sites and select partners. The full collection boasts nearly 31,000 premium files, which will grow to nearly 45,000 by the end of October.
Founded by some of the world's most successful stock photographers, OJO is known for its creative depth, superb technical execution and exceptional production values. The OJO Collection adds a broad range of versatile content with global appeal to iStockphoto's ever-expanding library of millions of hand-picked, curated and edited photos, illustrations, vectors, videos and audio. The content can be found at http://istockpho.to/16tYvvD.
“OJO's immense experience and quality, high production values has set them apart for years, crafting imagery that continues to resonate with a vast customer base around the world,” said Ellen Desmarais, the new general manager at iStockphoto. “This partnership adds tens of thousands of files to our ever-expanding library of new, fresh exclusive content that will inspire and help our clients do their very best work.”
iStockphoto has grown to become one of the world's leading creative communities online – with over 125,000 contributing artists, millions of members, and digital media of every kind, from photos and vector illustrations, to videos, music and sound effects and more. iStock continues to expand its portfolio and offer unmatched access to high-quality content, freeing creatives everywhere to craft beautiful communications on a budget in brand new ways. Earlier this month, iStock announced its largest exclusive content deal with one of the world's top-selling stock photographers, Yuri Arcurs. The company also announced a long-term pricing strategy through which half of its library is now half the price as well as an improved search experience that makes finding the best content faster and effortless.
iStockphoto is the web's original resource for crowd sourced royalty-free stock images, media and design elements, offering millions of hand-picked photos, illustrations, videos and audio tracks. A site “by creatives, for creatives,” iStockphoto started in 2000 as the pioneer micropayment photography site, freeing creatives everywhere to create beautiful communications on a budget. The site has become one of the most successful and profitable user-generated content sites in the world. iStockphoto is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getty Images.