New ImageBrief campaign invites photographers to unveil ‘The Lost’


Inspirational campaign recognises unseen masterpieces

8 June 2012 – Sydney, Australia – ImageBrief, the online marketplace that connects image buyers with a global network of professional photographers, has launched their first major marketing campaign, asking photographers to find those fabulous lost images that lie in their archives unused.

The Lost is an inspirational appeal to photographers to seek out those unseen images and let them be found. The campaign is based upon the premise that the 12.5 million professional photographers on the planet have captured more than 60 billion images, most of which have not seen the light of day. The film has been designed to attract and recruit photography talent to ImageBrief in order to meet the increasing needs of their image-buying customer base.

the lost - imagebrief

This is a visual, inspirational film that was carefully crafted to appeal to our highly visual target audience – photographers,” said ImageBrief Marketing Director, Stephen Pearson. “One of the key drivers for the success of this business is the quality of the photographer base we recruit; hence this campaign is a key element in our overall marketing strategy.”

The campaign was created by Whybin/TBWA Auckland with production talent from Flying Fish. The Lost was premiered as part of ImageBrief’s involvement with the New York Photo Festival.

A growing international phenomenon, ImageBrief is transforming the way creatives source commercial photography. With a presence in Australia, the UK, the USA and now South Africa, ImageBrief is being embraced by image buyers and photographers alike, with a growing base of 3000 photographers from more than 100 countries.

To view The Lost go to

The Lost from ImageBrief on Vimeo.


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