GETTY IMAGES’ YEAR IN FOCUS 2015

From the migrant crisis in Europe to race riots in the United States, 2015 has been a turbulent year. Our editorial teams have been at the center of the news stories as they develop, and behind the scenes at more jubilant entertainment and sports events, such as the Oscars, Paris Fashion Week, and the Rugby World Cup. This year we also remember some major anniversaries, including the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Martin Luther King, Jr. addressing the civil rights march in Montgomery, Alabama.

GETTY IMAGES’ YEAR IN FOCUS 2015

Getty Images highlights our talented photographers and editors’ finest work. Here’s your chance to flip through Getty’s Images’ YEAR IN FOCUS 2015


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‘Tis the season for the perfect flat lay photos

14 Tricks To Getting Those Pretty Flat Lay Photos via Buzz Feed

‘Tis the season for the perfect flat lay photos

14 Tricks To Getting Those Pretty Flat Lay Photos


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The best photographs of 2015

‘Flowers and candles at Le Carillon, Paris’ by Loic Venance, is among other important moments captured by Getty Images photographers included in the Guardian’s round up of the best photographs of 2015

The best photographs of 2015

Photographers explain how they got their shots 


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Show us your world — here are 10 tips for…

Show us your world — ten tips for better street photography

Show us your world — here are 10 tips for…

Tips for taking your work out onto the streets!


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Getty Images’ unforgettable photographs of 2015

10 unforgettable photographs of 2015 from Getty Images news. Also available on iBooks at http://apple.co/1OjVaDA

Getty Images’ unforgettable photographs of 2015

The photographs that moved the world this past year.  


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The photos that revolutionized how we…

The photos that revolutionized how we understand motion

The photos that revolutionized how we…

Eadweard Muybridge, the photographer who revolutionized how we see motion before moving pictures were invented. 


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This Book (really is) a Camera

Awesome holiday gift for budding photographers or anyone who wants to mess around with a pinhole camera! By Brooklyn, NY artist Kelli Anderson

This Book (really is) a Camera

A working pinhole camera that lives in a pop-up book


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The Weird And The Wonderful

Something wonderful – a baby red howler monkey kisses a volunteer during its recovery at the Santa fe zoo inColombia on December 11, 2015. Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images. Click the pic to see the rest of this week’s photos.

The Weird And The Wonderful

This week’s offbeat photos by Getty Images News


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The photos that defined 2015

Watch Getty Images staff photographer Ryan Pierse show some of the best of the Year in Focus images made in Australia as a guest on the popular morning show, Today via 9 jumpin

The photos that defined 2015

Australian photographer, Ryan Pierse from Getty Images, joins TODAY to look back at the photos that defined the year


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Two Blind Sisters See for the First Time

National Geographic’s video of the day today is the incredibly moving story of Sonia and Anita directed by Getty Images Reportage photographer Brent Stirton for Blue Chalk Media and the non-profit organization 20/20/20

Two Blind Sisters See for the First Time

Sonia and Anita are two sisters living in India who have been blind since birth. In this short film, watch as they receive a simple eye operation that makes it possible for them to see for the first time. Directed by Getty Images Reportage photographer Brent Stirton for Blue Chalk Media and the non-profit organization 20/20/20, which provided the free surgery to these sisters – and thousands of other people in developing countries.


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