The Image Works
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|Image types||photography, illustration|
people: babies / children, adults / families, famous people
living: lifestyles, domestic, holidays, health
society / culture: rites / rituals, race / culture, war / disasters, social problems, education, current affairs, history, other
art / crafts / hobbies: paintings / sculptures, artifacts, crafts, entertainment / performing arts, illustrations / posters
business / industry: agriculture, construction, manufacturing, office / finance, other
science / technology: biological / chemical, electrical, mechanical / physical, medical, other
transport: road / vehicles, rail, air / space, sea / waterways, other
buildings / structures: architectural styles, religious, ancient, interiors
places / maps: cities, landscapes / gardens, tourist destinations, historical scenes, aerial / maps
natural world: animals, plants, countryside / seaside, weather, space, environment, other
abstract / other: concepts
|Licence types||rights managed, assignment/commissioned|
image sourcing services: in-house image research
directories / search engines: online directory, multi-agency search engine
trade associations: picture libraries association, picture researchers association
The Image Works is an independent full-service editorial photo agency that manages a digital global operation from Woodstock, New York. They are a curated archive with over 2 million historical and contemporary photographs images online. Through their relationships with photographers and affiliate agencies, The Image Works has access to over 45 million more.
The Image Works seeks to work with editorial agencies whose collections are suitable for the US market.
The Image Works was established in 1983.
|Web site (English)||www.theimageworks.com|
|Office||The Image Works|
The Image Works is an independent full service photo agency that manages a global operation from Woodstock, New York. Through our relationships with photographers and affiliate agencies we can access an archive of over 45 million images — both historic and contemporary. The archive covers a wide range of editorial subjects and styles from documentary photojournalism to historical engravings, travel to science and technology. The files reflect imagery illustrating the beginning of time to photographs made only hours ago.
|Web site (English)||theimageworks.com|