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Getty Images has launched a new microstock subscription site called ThinkStock.  The site is built around a subscription model for image buyers and pulls from Getty’s image libraries at Getty Images, iStockphoto and Jupiterimages.  The flat rate subscription of $249/mo or $2499/yr allows users to download up to 25 images per day and 750 images per month on a royalty-free basis.

More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]

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While the title sounds a little scary on its own, it merely serves as a platform for Getty to “invite” handpicked Flickr members to sell their images through Getty Images.  See the following press release for more details.

Getty Images and Flickr Announce Exclusive Partnership to Offer New Collection of Creative Imagery

New Flickr Collection on gettyimages.com to Provide Customers Even More Authentic, Diverse and Regionally Relevant Imagery

SEATTLE & SAN FRANCISCO – Getty Images, the world’s leading creator and distributor of visual content and other digital media, and FlickrTM, a division of Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO) and one of the world’s largest photo sharing communities, today announce a collaboration that unites the authenticity of images from the Flickr community with Getty Images’ imagery collections, photographic expertise and unrivalled experience in licensing digital media. [click to continue…]

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