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Jacqueline Nivard

Getty Images - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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    "Jump to: navigation, search Getty Images Getty Images Logo.svg Type Private Industry Publishing, media, web design Genre Stock photography Predecessor(s) Getty Communications, PhotoDisc Founder(s) Mark Getty, Jonathan Klein Headquarters Seattle, Washington, U.S. Products Digital images, audio, video Services Rights-managed and royalty-free images, audio and video Owner(s) Carlyle Group Subsidiaries PhotoDisc, Tony Stone, Hulton Getty, Jupiterimages Website www.gettyimages.com Getty Images, Inc. is a stock photo agency, based in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is a supplier of stock images for business and consumers with an archive of 80 million still images and illustrations and more than 50,000 hours of stock film footage. It targets three markets-creative professionals (advertising and graphic design), the media (print and online publishing), and corporate (in-house design, marketing and communication departments). Getty has distribution offices around the world and capitalizes on the Internet and CD-ROM collections for distribution. As Getty has acquired other older photo agencies and archives, it has digitised their collections, enabling online distribution. Getty Images now operates a large commercial website which allows clients to search and browse for images, purchase usage rights and download images. Costs of images vary according to the chosen resolution and type of rights associated with each image. The company also offers custom photo services for corporate clients."
Jacqueline Nivard

Mind the gap(s) | Chin'Electrodoc - 0 views

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    "Un autre blog allemand sur la Chine à mettre impérativement dans vos favoris. Il m'avait échappé la semaine dernière quand j'ai signalé celui de Georg Lehner, De rebus sinicis. Mind the gap (s), le blog de Monika Lehner accompagne la recherche sur les images (Europe/Occident) de la Chine et sur la réception (Europe/Occident) des choses chinoises à travers le temps et l'espace. Un accent particulier est mis sur les textes et les images publiés avant 1700 et après 1869. C'est un espace pour les projets de recherche en cours suivants L'Europe et la Chine jusqu'en 1700 Les livres occidentaux sur la Chine, 1477-1949 (voir aussi: Bibliotheca Sinica 2,0) La Chine dans des revues satiriques (1894-1917) Images de la Chine dans les bandes dessinées et les caricatures. Le titre du blog «Mind the gap (s)» fait référence aux «lacunes» entre Europe et Chine / Chine et l'Europe, entre «alors» et «maintenant», et entre analogique et numérique."
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