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Loupe Images Remains ‘Boutique & Unique’

Isabelle Doran, Picture Library Manager at photo library Loupe Images, told“Loupe Images is proud to announce that they remain among the few specialist boutique picture libraries that not only has an extensive collection of interiors, but also has not jumped on the bandwagon and syndicated to other picture agencies in the UK. Making them a unique collection!”

In these challenging times, Loupe Images feels that it is important and worthwhile for picture buyers to know they are still getting the best from the services offered from a small specialist library while retaining the high quality standards clients expected from them, but also to have the knowledge and reassurance that there’s no duplicity for customers.
Isabelle Doran says, “Getting high quality unique content is no easy task these days and takes a lot of time and investment. The UK interior photo market has always been a strong and independent market, sought after by many both here and outside the UK, therefore we feel it’s important to keep our independence in our own territory. It ultimately benefits the client.”
Loupe Images has recently added a unique collection of Irish Homes, described as quixotic and quirky, plus British interior colour palettes from Farrow & Ball. Also included are a plethora of food images mostly around homemade desserts following the hugely popular trend in this area, as well as sumptuous collections of wholesome and comforting foods for winter. In addition several uniquely themed handmade Christmas collections are new to the library, along with some interesting paper crafting projects to license.

As Isabelle Doran comments, “We’ve been actively following the latest trends in interiors with colourful styles, food with plenty of cakes and bakes, and the speedy ascension in home crafting. It all adds up to an exciting collection for this season which we’re keen for customers to explore, and next season promises to be even more inspiring, some of which will be showcased at next year’s FotoFringe event.”