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© Martin Luther King Jr. delivers a speech at Soldier Field in Chicago. Credit Afro Newspapers/Gado
© Black Lives Matter protest in Times Square. Credit Gado Produced.
© Visitors viewing the Crystal Palace across a reflecting pool at the Great Exhibition. Credit JHU Sheridan Libraries/Gado
|Image types||photography, illustration, footage, animations|
people: famous people
living: health, food / drink
society / culture: race / culture, war / disasters, social problems, history
art / crafts / hobbies: artifacts, illustrations / posters
business / industry: construction
science / technology: biological / chemical, electrical, mechanical / physical, medical
buildings / structures: architectural styles, ancient
places / maps: cities, landscapes / gardens, tourist destinations, historical scenes, aerial / maps
natural world: animals, plants
|Licence types||royalty free, rights managed, microstock, assignment/production|
image sourcing services: in-house image research, production services
software: asset management
services: scanning / processing, marketing
consultancy: business development, project management, technical advice/research, training
Gado Images works with niche collections around the world to find unique, never before published content and make it available to creatives worldwide. Strong points of Gado Images’ collections include African American History, vernacular photos and snapshots of everyday life, postcards, history of science, medicine and technology, California History, and more.
Gado Images partners with world-class institutions including Johns Hopkins University, Getty Images, Internet Archive, the Afro American Newspapers, and Sheet Music Plus. We also partner with small institutions and individuals including Stuart Lutz Historic Documents, the Elizabeth Morse Collection, Laguna College of Art + Design, the Clarence Gatson Collection, and Aalto University.
The core of Gado Images’ services is our Cognitive Metadata Platform™, which uses technologies like facial recognition, optical character recognition, and neural networks to automatically caption and keyword images. This allows us to process large volumes of material quickly and increase the value of our assets in the licensing market.
|Web site (English)||gadoimages.com/|