Gettyimages.com Launches New Beta Site


December 12, 2006
Gettyimages.com Launches New Beta Site

Getty Images has launched a new beta site, which includes a Spanish-language search function. The new site includes, for the first time, the entire catalog of Getty's images. Other features include the ability to:

Filter a single database of more than nine million editorial and creative images in a matter of seconds with a “contextual refinement” feature.


Conduct original searches with an AMP-enabled, fully localized search engine in German, Spanish and English (U.S. and UK), always the standard for Getty Images Creative imagery searches, and now available for Editorial imagery

In addition, the company is inviting its customers to give it feedback on the new site in order to improve the overall functionality of the site.


Read more: Getty Images Partners with Hola Images


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