Getty Images Is Now Framing Photos From Their Archive for $90
Used to be that the massive archive of photos at Getty Images was reserved for editorial use, and for a fee. Then in March, they went ahead and made millions of them embeddable for free. Then this week they continued on their spree of awesome and launched Photos.com, a new site where you can buy framed versions of their greatest images — on canvases as large as 48 by 32 inches — for as little as $90. That means you can score fine art prints from photographers whose work goes for thousands of dollars in galleries without selling a kidney. We did some browsing and found a few favorites.
Mint 400 Motocross Race - Bill Eppridge
Simpsons of Picadilly - Alexander 'Sasha' Stewart
The Rolling Stones - David Redfern
Poolside Glamour - Slim Aarons
Cleaning The Streets - Bert Hardy
Give Me Five - Len Trievnor
Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor.com. He could spend an entire afternoon clicking around through the archive and still want to see more.