As a 50-year veteran in the sports photography industry, Neil Leifer has covered a staggering 15 Olympic Games, as well as countless Super Bowls, World Series, Kentucky Derbies and World Cup finals. When it comes to sport, the man's seen and shot it all. Leifer's iconic images have graced the pages of Life Magazine, TIME, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated and more – and his 1965 shot of Muhammad Ali standing over Sonny Liston during their heavyweight title bout remains one of the most recognizable images in sports photography today. Much like the athletes he's shot, Leifer's a legend in his own right.
Looking for royal imagery? You'll find it in our Hulton Royals Collection, which offers an all-encompassing look at royalty through the ages. Along with our other historical collections, such as Tim Graham and Lichfield, our Hulton Royals Collection provides one of the most extensive resources of monarchial imagery out there. Discover official portraits, candid behind the scenes shots, and everything in between – from the earliest days of monarchy back in the 10th century to present day kings and queens across the globe.
We've partnered with global music community Tribe of Noise to bring you Music Tour Around the World. What's that, you say? It means we're asking Tribe of Noise's incredible global collective of musicians to contribute tracks to our site. First stop on the magical musical tour? Spain. Discover royalty-free tracks that sizzle with the sounds of Spanish pop, and keep your ears to the ground for our next stop.
Based in London, Oxford Scientific is a BAFTA and Emmy award-winning producer of contemporary factual, natural history, science and historical footage. Known for its outstanding and innovative programs, Oxford Scientific produced the hit Animal Planet series Meerkat Manor, as well as Richard E. Grant's History of the Safari on BBC. Looking for footage that wows?
WANTED: inspiring digital talent. We're on the hunt for contributors to our spotlight series, in which we feature the best and the brightest of the digital community. This past year, we showcased creatives Florian Schmidt of Hi-ReS!, Will Pyne of Holler, Corinna Falusi of Strawberry Frog and more. We love to shine the light on great talent, and we're looking to you to bring us the next round of digital superstars.
Headed to sunny Austin for SXSW? Stop by our booth, say hello and take home some fun goodies. Plus, our very own Getty Images CEO, Jonathan Klein, will be giving a talk titled Shoot, Share, Repeat: Capture History in Real Time on Tuesday, March 13 at 2PM – so go ahead and slot it into your calendars now. He'll be chatting about how social photography is changing the way we consume media, as well as what we can do to embrace this change.
Images used in this email: 1 – World Heavyweight Title: Muhammad Ali in action after first round knockout of Sonny Liston at St. Dominic's Arena, Lewiston, ME, May 25, 1965. 136886431, Neil Leifer/Sports Illustrated/Getty Images 2 – Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales kissing his wife, Princess Diana on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after their marriage, London, July 29, 1981. 2694409, Hulton Archive/Getty Images 3 – 200024501-001, Jochem D Wijnands/The Image Bank 4 – 1170-57, Photolibrary Pty Limited, Oxford Scientific Films 5 – 97862840, Reed Ingram Weir/Flickr Select 6 – logo, South by Southwest