Access Millions of Images with Getty Images Embed
Visual content is dominating digital marketing—and Getty Images Embed allows seamless sharing that draws on Getty Images’ news, sports, celebrity, music, and fashion coverage, our immense digital photo archive, and our rich library of creative images. As long as these images are used non-commercially, you can easily embed and share them with our image embed tool—legally and free—on websites, blogs, and social media channels.
Through the Embed Tool, individuals can draw on Getty Images’ latest news, sports, celebrity, music, and fashion coverage
“Images are the communication medium of today and imagery has become the world’s most spoken language,” said Jonathan Klein, co-founder and chairman of Getty Images. “Whether it’s through a blog, website, or social media, everyone is a publisher and increasingly visual. Innovation and disruption are the foundation of Getty Images, and we are excited to open up our vast and growing image collection for easy, legal sharing in a new way that benefits our content contributors and partners, and advances our core mission to enable a more visually-rich world.”
Embedded images include photographer attribution and, when clicked, will link back to gettyimages.com, where the image can be licensed for uses beyond the Embed license. Embed provides you a simple and legal way to use content while respecting creators’ rights.
“You have to adapt to survive,” said Kevin Mazur, celebrity photographer, director, and talent relations representative at Getty Images. “Evolving to embrace technology that encourages responsible image sharing is the way forward for the industry.”
The embed capability is supported anywhere HTML can be posted, and users can share images on major social platforms.
To embed images, visit gettyimages.com, hover over an image in the search results or on the image detail page, and click the embed icon (</>). The embedded images are hosted on gettyimages.com, but they will appear in the context of the viewer on the site where they are embedded. The viewer includes the name of the photographer and image collection, and a link back to the image page on gettyimages.com where it can be licensed for uses beyond the Embed license.