Trunk now represents photographers Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones


NY based photo library Trunk Archive are now representing photographers Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones – for exclusive worldwide image licensing.
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Job: Picture Editor – The Sunday Times Travel Magazine

Spotted this on the News UK site:

Picture Editor, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine

The Sunday Times Travel Magazine is seeking a Picture Editor. The role involves commissioning and organising shoots around the world; picture researching sometimes obscure destinations; managing tight budgets (and deadlines); negotiating with agents, libraries and travel companies; generating ideas and thinking creatively across the brand; and working closely with the art director and editor to create a strong visual identity for the magazine.

Closing Date: 25th November

Full details and to apply here

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Job: Sales and Licensing Assistant – Barcroft Media – London

Position: Sales and Licensing Assistant

Description: International content company Barcroft Media are recruiting for a Sales and Licensing Assistant to join the team in their London office

Barcroft Media supply editorial content to newspapers, websites and broadcasters in the UK and around the world. In addition to our photographic and words content, we make television shows and ready-for-broadcast video content. Our flagship YouTube channel Barcroft TV boasts over 600 million views.

Working out of our fast-paced London bureau, this is an ideal position for an enthusiastic, bright and outgoing person seeking to enhance their career within the sales environment of an exciting company. The successful candidate will build relationships with current and future clients and maximise revenue opportunities in addition to supporting the licensing team with incoming enquiries, fee negotiation, administration and daily procedural needs.

Key Roles & responsibilities:
Identify and secure new clients and business opportunities for our pictures, words and video content
Maintain vocal client relationships on a day to day basis, increasing sales and revenue
Manage daily outgoing alerts that notify all of our clients to new content
Represent the company and the sales team in person at regular client meetings
Support the line manager with error-free administration and daily documentation

Ideal candidates will:
Possess an excellent telephone manner and enjoy creating and maintaining relationships
Be highly organised and detail focused
Be a team player and possess a positive attitude with a strong desire to learn and develop
Possess the necessary initiative and drive to succeed in a pressurised environment to achieve both individual and company objectives

Applicants must have at least one year’s experience working within a content / stock agency or similar environment.

To apply please send your CV to:


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Job: Front Desk – Magnum Office – London

Front Desk

Based in Magnum’s London office, the successful candidate will provide a polite, confident and efficient introduction to those phoning or visiting Magnum’s London office; managing couriers, post and print traffic, welcoming visitors and providing administrative support to the team as needed.

The successful candidate will have receptionist and general office skills. You will be a strong communicator both verbally and written, organised, proactive, a team player, willing to lend a hand where needed and have exceptional attention to detail.
Please send a CV and cover letter to Chelsea Jacob

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Job: Photographer – National Museums Scotland – 6 month post

Spotted on the National Museums Scotland site:

The National Museums Scotland is looking for a photographer for a 6 month post. The organisation operates four museum sites in Scotland.

This fixed term, 6 month post will provide high quality and creative object images for publication, web, research and display in relation to/support of Phase 3 of the National Museums Masterplan project; the decant of galleries from Chambers street and the programme of consolidation of storage at the National Museums Collection Centre.

Full details and to apply here

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Press Photo History Project – mapping press photography

The team are over at our Press Photo History Project today.

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Getty Images Archive represents portrait and documentary photographer Evelyn Hofer

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Getty Images Archive are now representing the work of German-American portrait and documentary photographer Evelyn Hofer (b.1922 d.2009).
They say: ‘Described as the most famous unknown photographer in America, Hofer has recently enjoyed a major revival of interest. Her pioneering early colour work, which aimed to transcend documentary photography, took its characteristic and evocative style from the precision and pace at which she worked with larger format cameras. With a career spanning half a century her noted works run the gamut from portraits to painterly still lifes to finely considered landscape work.’
View and license Evelyn Hofer images

• The work of Evelyn Hofer as the latest addition to the Getty Images Masters Collection

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Evevine represents NAR Photos – UK market

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Eyevine are now representing images and reportage features from independent photo collective Nar Photos in the UK photo market. Nar are based in Istanbul, Turkey, established in 2003 by photographers for whom documentary photography is a visual tool of “understanding and expressing” the world.

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Shutterstock charges through 3Q results: ‘paid downloads increased 23% to 31.2M’


Shutterstock are continuing their charge in the commercial stock media arena reporting ‘Revenue for the third quarter of 2014 was $83.7 million, a 41% increase from $59.6 million in the third quarter of 2013′.
Highlights include:
– Third quarter revenue increased 41% from prior year to $83.7 million
– Adjusted EBITDA increased 36% to $17.3 million
– Quarterly paid downloads increased 23% to 31.2 million
– Revenue per download increased 13% to $2.65
– Image collection grew 44%; currently exceeds 44 million images and 2.1 million video clips

“In the third quarter, we achieved strong growth due to our continued focus on providing an intuitive and efficient marketplace for businesses and creative professionals,” said Founder and CEO Jon Oringer.

….and the targets for 4Q ? – here’s the Company’s current financial and operating expectations:
Revenue of $90 – $92 million
Adjusted EBITDA of $19.5 – $21.5 million
Non-cash equity-based compensation expense of approximately $7 million
An effective tax rate of approximately 40%
Capital expenditures of approximately $3 million

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Job: Senior Picture Researcher – The Times – London

Spotted this on the News UK site:

The Times

Senior picture researcher, features

‘The Times is looking for a senior picture researcher to work across The Times daily, weekly and special features supplements. The Times picture department is made up of professional, energetic and highly creative journalists who work across all sections and publishing platforms to visually enhance our journalism.’

‘The Times senior features picture researcher supports the features picture editor to create compelling picture packages and build strong relationships with section editors and designers.’

Full details and to apply here

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Launched: ‘Stream’ – Getty Images lets UK consumers view, curate and share content

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Getty Images has announced the UK launch of its first consumer app, Getty Images Stream, enabling users to access, curate and share its vast catalogue of content …easily and legally shareable and embeddable via mobile devices
“Our new, free Stream app delivers Getty Images’ stunning news, sport and entertainment photography straight to your iPhone and iPad, giving you a front row seat to the latest events around the globe,” Getty Images Chief Technology Officer Steve Heck said. “Imagery is the world’s most spoken language. People love our award-winning pictures and Stream makes it easier than ever to view – and share – the world through the lens of Getty Images photographers.”

The API from the archives allows customers to:
• Streaming: Easy-to-navigate curated photo streams across different categories – latest, news, sport, entertainment and archival.
• Search: Explore millions of stunning editorial images through customised streams.
• Slideshow: Play slideshows of any stream or search results on Apple devices using Apple AirPlay, including Apple TV.
• Embed and share: Share an image directly to Facebook and Twitter simply by tapping the ‘share’ icon. To embed in a blog, tap the ‘copy’ icon and paste the embed code into a blog or webpage.
Available for iPhone and iPad on iOS 8

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Launched: ‘Sequence’ – Shutterstock enables easy video mock ups via Chrome

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Shutterstock have launched Sequence to enable anyone to easily mock up a video by matching video and music from the Shutterstock collection, with footage and audio of their own.
They say: Sequence is a lightweight, easy-to-use video editing tool which lives entirely within your Chrome browser window. With Sequence, anyone can quickly search through over two million Shutterstock videos and audio tracks, dragging and dropping the files to build a video with ease. Once the video takes shape, it’s remarkably easy to save and share what you’ve created with friends and colleagues.
In addition to working with Shutterstock’s videos and music tracks, Sequence allows users to upload video and audio files of their own – by simply dragging and dropping them into the timeline from their desktop.
Available in Chrome now, the plan is to roll the tool out to additional browsers later this year.
Give it a go here Let PAN know what you think here:

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Upgrade: Capture Desk v.2 – web-based media research tool

DAM systems provider Capture have release a new version of their web-based media research tool – Capture Desk.
They say: dramatically speeds up the media research workflow, as well as providing valuable project and secure rights management tools. Benefits include the following:
• Collaborate over projects in real-time; record rights and usages; make selections; generate orders and permissions letters.
• Simple to use; nothing to install.
• Cross-browser ‘right click’ plug-in that allows low res images and accompanying metadata to flow in from other web sites
• Responsive design – will work on tablets, mobiles as well as computers.
• Multiple image upload from desktop
• Drag-and-drop functionality

On the upgrade Abbie Enock, CEO, Capture says: “We have really listened to our users, and this major release will be part of a rolling program of upgrades to realise the full potential of Capture Desk, and meet all the needs of our clients,”
There are five packages – Free, Bronze at £99, Silver at £129, Gold at £159 and Platinum for custom requirements for large organisations with many researchers.

Give it a go here – let PAN know how you get on here

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Mary Evans ‘Amazing’ pulp fiction magazine calendar lands at the PAN office

Refreshing approach to the photo library calendar here ↑ from the Mary Evans Picture Library. Their ‘Amazing’ 2015 calendar features vibrant illustrations chosen from their archive of small-format pulp fiction magazine published 1920’s and 1950’s and originally acquired for the library by co-founder Hilary Evans. Titles such as Amazing Stories, Thrilling Wonder Stories and Fantastic Adventures all feature…
Mary Evans Picture Library Calendar 2015
↑ Layout and design by Tom Gillmor, Head of Content / Content Manager at the library – give him a ring to secure your copy: +44 (0)20 83180034

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Job: Account Executive – Robert Harding World Imagery

Robert Harding World Imagery are looking for an experienced Account Executive who will be responsible for successfully generating new business opportunities plus building and maintaining ongoing client relationships.

The Account Executive will work together with other departments within the organisation to ensure that their individual accounts run smoothly from both a technical and administrative perspective.

The role requires proven sales skills with product expertise and creative thinking / problem solving skills, along with experience managing time scales, working to plan, and achieving results.

• Successfully meet and exceed monthly sales targets through a combination of proactive telesales and client visits
• Build, maintain and optimise professional relationships from an existing client base
• Extract key information to understand client business needs to deliver appropriate solutions to maximise sales
• Review and identify opportunities for new business development
• Provide detailed reporting on account activity as requested

What you will need:
• Proven successful business development experience essential
• Proven successful account management experience essential
• Experience of working to targets and deadlines essential
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
• Highly organised, flexible and positive “can-do attitude”
• Self-motivated and driven to succeed, with the ability to work unsupervised and within a team to achieve both individual and company objectives
• Excellent attention to detail
• Industry-related experience very advantageous

Salary and bonus scheme based upon experience

Please send your CV and covering letter by email to
Closing date 18th November 2014

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