"From a working space to a living space, from a sanctuary to a workshop, from a laboratory to a playground, from a haven to a stage, the studio has taken on varying identities that, for more than a century, photographers have recorded in strikingly creative ways. A World of Its Own attempts to offer another history of photography — a photography created within the walls of the studio, as groundbreaking and inventive as its seemingly more extroverted counterpart, street photography."
Read more: MoMA Celebrates Photographers Experimenting in the Studio - LightBox http://lightbox.time.com/2014/02/12/moma-celebrates-photographers-experimenting-in-the-studio/#ixzz2tFWJiqnv
so Getty gets to know your traffic, who visits your blog and what pages they look at even if they don't click. And of course they can consolidate that to learn other blogs they visit. Talk about targeted ad potential..
"Since It Can't Sue Us All, Getty Images Embraces Embedded Photos"
"The new library of photos shows professional women as surgeons, painters, bakers, soldiers and hunters. There are girls riding skateboards, women lifting weights and fathers changing babies’ diapers. Women in offices wear contemporary clothes and hairstyles and hold tablets or smartphones — a far cry from the typical stock photos of women in 1980s power suits with a briefcase." #nf
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