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2013 November Creative Research: Let There Be Light

Woman Lying on Turf on Floor

Corbis

November 1, 2013

As the days grow shorter for those of us in the northern hemisphere, we become increasingly aware of our emotional, social and logistical dependence on light. Such reliance is leading to an array of new products and innovations that emphasize and celebrate illumination in various forms. From technologies that support mood-enhancing rays to lighting designs  Read more...

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Brooks Kraft receives the 2013 International Photographer of the Year Award

1st Place, Editorial: Political

Corbis

October 30, 2013

Corbis is thrilled to congratulate Brooks Kraft for receiving the 2013 International Photographer of the Year Award Sunday night at the Lucie Awards Gala at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Great political photography is no longer primarily about access, as images of private moments have become almost commonplace; it is about the clear and creative  Read more...

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Summer Music Festivals with Michael Hurcomb

Neon Trees performing at Bonnaroo 2011

Corbis

October 23, 2013

In this blog post we talk to Michael Hurcomb, Corbis contributor and one of Canada’s top music photographers. His aggressive summer festival schedule keeps him busy but he had a few minutes to talk to us and send some of his best images from summer festivals over the years. Corbis: What was your favorite festival of  Read more...

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General Vo Nguyen Giap and Dien Bien Phu

Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam --- Black Thai Ethnic Minorities

Corbis

October 7, 2013

Vietnamese General Vo Nguyen Giap, who was considered one of the greatest military generals of the 20th century, passed away on Oct. 4th, 2013. Giap masterminded the defeat of the French at the battle of Dien Bien Phu in May 1954, and then went on to lead the Vietnamese people to independence and reunification from  Read more...

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2013 October Creative Research: Hooray for Halloween!

Skeleton Businessman

Corbis

October 4, 2013

For years, Halloween has been steadily growing in popularity throughout the world. Americans alone are expected to spend nearly $10 billion on candy, costumes and decorations this year, with 71.5% of adults planning to celebrate in some way this month. It’s not just the US that’s taking part in the festivities. Halloween celebrations have been  Read more...

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Corbis Contributor Michele Westmorland Travels to Pingyao

Corbis Contributor Michele Westmorland Travels to Pingyao

Corbis

September 26, 2013

Michele Westmorland left the corporate world after almost 30 years to pursue her true passion, photography. As a certified scuba diver, Michele is able to capture truly astonishing underwater imagery, yet also uses her extensive travel experience to capture village life in Papua New Guinea. She’s currently in China to take part in the Pingyao  Read more...

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