GlobalEye Stock Website

In case you missed it, this website is a new face for an existing stock library that’s been around for quite a while. In fact, our original website, OzImages, was one of the very first online stock libraries. This was 1998 and it might even have been the first, but back then we too busy to pay too much attention to that sort of thing!

At the time we were a small group of photographers who didn’t like the direction the stock photography industry was headed and the way photographers were being treated. We figured we could do a better job on our own so our photographer’s co-op approach to stock was born.

It turns out things have gotten a whole lot worse for independent photographers since then, and our business model and web platform have evolved to address that, and these days our services more in demand than ever.

What’s particularly telling is, in an industry that’s dominated by a few big corporate players… fighting it out among themselves to see who can give images away the cheapest… we still get a steady stream of new photo buyers coming through, obviously looking for more than a mediocre image at  the cheapest price.

These are usually professional photo buyers who appreciate quality and creativity, and who realise that if they want continued access to that sort of material, then the photographers who create it need to be supported.

So if that sounds like you, I’m glad you found us and thanks for your interest… please dive right in with a photo search here or you can check out some of the inspiring browse options here.

And if you’re a photographer, you can check out our contributor information here.

Why Multiple Websites For The Same Image Collection?

About 2010 we launched GlobalEyeImages as a new brand for the existing company, to better reflect our international nature. Originally we were a small group of Aussie photographers, but that didn’t last long. Our Clientele has always been ‘international’ and our membership stopped being mostly Australian almost as soon as we started.

By then OzImages was a valuable brand in it’s own right and we didn’t want to lose that, so we decided to operate both websites, side by side. The dual site approach actually worked so well, each catering to a different niche of the market and offering it’s own unique feel, that we added a couple more sites after that.

We now operate a network of stock libraries and specialty photography websites, representing hundreds of photographers in dozens of countries. At times it’s almost too big, keeping us so busy in the day to day, that often the more important ‘big picture’ stuff gets put on a back burner…

We’ll this new website is one way we can ‘catch up’ fast and get out in front again!

It’s allowed us to take our time and completely update our stock library platform without interrupting access to our ‘live’ websites. Now that it’s done, we’ll also be able to incorporate all the improvements into our other stock library platforms as well. Each of these sites is designed to offer a unique feel for our users, and shortly they’ll all be back offering the same high level user-experience as well.

And one unexpected advantage of this multiple website approach for our photographers is that it provides a lot more ‘stability’ in the volume of traffic we get from the major search engines, especially Google.

Anyone who’s been on the nasty end of a Google Algorithm Update will know all too well how that can impact a website’s traffic. With our multiple stock library websites, we’ve been able reduce their impact significantly, and these days if one website does take a hit, we usually find the others pick up the slack and then some.

So that’s about “where we’re at” and why we’re launching this new website.

Now that you’re here, Photographer or Photo Buyer, please take your time, have a good look around, get a feel for what we do differently and why we do it…

And if that makes sense to you, please be sure to give us a share on your social media accounts before you move on!

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New Photos from Jackie Bourn: East India (Kolkata, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Kalimpong, Lachen)

Jackie Bourn has just posted a new set of stock images. Photographs from 3 cities in East India (Kolkata, Darjeeling, Gangtok and Kalimpong)and surrounding area Check out the complete lightbox here for full details and all the images.

Visitor Survey On Home Page

Just a quick request for the Members who might be looking over the new website…

We’ve added a short visitor survey to the home page to try and get some feedback from those visitors who don’t stick around long.

If it pops up for you, please just ignore it!

No need to tell us you’re a Member checking it out etc… we’re mainly wanting to hear from those photo buyers who don’t find what they’re looking for, so we can make sure they find it next time.

Thanks!

 

Diver Is Swarmed By A Huge Tornado Of Fish. What The Camera Captures Next Is Breathtaking!

Nature has some hidden secrets all around that you really have to pay attention in order to see it, and it’s because we’re not looking that we end up accidentally decimating the ecosystems around us.

Aburto is a man who goes out of his way to find the beauty in nature, and every once in a while stands witness to something incredible – moments like the one you’re about to see in the video below.

These fish act this way when it gets around mating season, and it’s a completely natural occurrence – Pass along this amazing sight to family and friends!

Read more: http://damn.com/diver-is-swarmed-by-a-huge-tornado-of-fish-what-the-camera-captures-next-is-breathtaking/

The world’s most stunning environment photos in pictures

The Environmental Photographer of the Year competition presents the best of environmentally and socially conscious photography from all over the world

Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2016/apr/05/environmental-photographer-of-the-year-competition-nature-photography

They Dropped A Camera Into The Sea. Now Watch It Record Something Never Seen Before

The ocean probably contains the worlds greatest mysteries as it is the one part of our globe that has been left alone and unseen.

Im talking the deep ocean floors which are home to some crazy looking creatures and some incredible looking terrain. Not to mention an occasional treasure chest or two! The ocean floor reaches down to 14,000 feet, and the deepest us human divers have physically gotten is 2,000 feet! So you can imagine the vast unknown that truly does exist. Well it looks like we are finally going to be able to get a glimpse of just what goes on way down there as researchers off the coast of the Puerto Rico Trench (the deepest in the Atlantic Ocean) ended up sending a camera down to see what was happening. And what they found out was pretty darn amazing.

You watch this video and you are humbly reminded that a whole different world exists beyond our own which we are familiar. Im not talking up in space somewhere, Im talking right in our own oceans. Indeed it is untraveled terrain and what you see here is only a fraction of the undiscovered.

Really amazing and its going to be very interesting what else we will be able to see in the future!

Read more: http://damn.com/they-dropped-a-camera-into-the-sea-now-watch-it-record-something-never-seen-before/

20+ Unbelievable Photos Showing That Angle Is Everything

So many images are Photoshopped these days that it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. But you don’t need to be an editing wizard to mess with people’s perceptions of reality. All you need is a camera, some willing friends and an eye for obscure camera angles. And as you can see from this list compiled by Bored Panda, when those three simple ingredients are combined correctly, the end result can be just as mind-boggling as anything done in Photoshop.

 

Food Photographer of the Year 2016 – BBC News

Oozing cheese toasties, fiery hot kitchens and impressive baking displays – see the colourful winners of this year’s Food Photographer of the Year competition. globaleyeimages’s insight: Goes to show food photography can be so much more than stuff on a plate… See it on Scoop.it, via More Great Photography

Refugee: an examination of the global migration crisis in pictures

The exhibit Refugee, at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, highlights their journeys and arrivals and includes portraits of new Americans

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2016/may/16/refugee-global-crisis-annenberg-los-angeles-in-pictures

Tropical Mission Beach And Dunk Island

Mission Beach is a natural midway point between Townsville and Cairns. It is an unspoilt tropical paradise of World Heritage rainforest fronting 14 kilometres of golden, sandy beach. The relaxed nature of Mission Beach makes it a great place for all sorts of travellers to visit. Whether you are a family seeking calm, safe waters for your kids to swim in or a backpacker on your way up or down the coast, Mission Beach has something for you.


Tropical Mission Beach . unspoiled palm fringed beach, tropical, coconut palms, golden sandy beach, blue sky


Dunk Island Views from Mission Beach. Dunk Island Views from Mission Beach, lush green palm fringed beach, coconut palms, Coral Sea, blue sky


Dunk Island View. Dunk Island Views from Mission Beach, golden beach, coconut palm, blue sea, blue sky


Mission Beach Coastline and offshore islands views. Views of Mission Beach Coastline and offshore islands from Porters Creek mouth


Mission Beach Coastline and offshore islands views. Views of Mission Beach Coastline and offshore islands


Sunrise Dunk Island View. Sunrise over Dunk Island, Views from Mission Beach, stunning cloud formation, orange, gold, reflections


Mission Beach Sunrise. Mission Beach sunrise, gold, shades of blue, reflections, Dunk Island water taxi


Mission Beach Sunrise. Mission Beach sunrise, stunning cloud formations, pink, purple, reflections


Storm Clouds over Mission Beach. Storm clouds over Mission Beach


Dunk Island . Dunk Island


Dunk Island Beach Bar. Dunk Island, tropical paradise, turquoise waters, white sandy beach,


Young Cassowary chasing young boy. Young Cassowary chasing young boy around golden cane palm, playing

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People Of Zambia

Traveling through Zambia was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. They have not much but are always happy, cheerful and friendly. Visiting a Sunday afternoon soccer match or waiting at the Zambezi river ferry, Zambia is such a vast and amazing country and offers so much. This country and its people grip your heart.


Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with makorro. This is a means of travel over the Zambezi river in Zambia. People cross it everyday to go for work, shopping etc. The dangers of Hippos and crocodiles is eminent.


Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with makorro. This is a means of travel over the Zambezi river in Zambia. People cross it everyday to go for work, shopping etc. The dangers of Hippos and crocodiles is eminent.


Zambian boy playing soccer. Children of Zambia playing soccer. Soccer is one of the most played sports in Zambia. Children start from very young to play soccer.


Zambian boys at soccer match. Children of Zambia playing soccer. Soccer balls is not always available so makeshift plastic bags are bundles together to form a ball.


Zambian People. Children of Zambia playing. Because Zambian people believe in the “Ubuntu” (meaning children are raised by a community and not only parents) very young children are seen walking in the streets alone only accompanied by sisters or brothers.


Zambian children praying. Children of Zambia praying. Zambia is mostly a christian nation and praying in schools are done on a daily basis.


Zambian People. Children of Zambia playing. Because Zambian people believe in the “Ubuntu” (meaning children are raised by a community and not only parents) very young children are seen walking in the streets alone only accompanied by sisters or brothers.


African Children. Children in Zambia at Zambezi river. Often at a young stage boys and girls start to work for the families to help support. these to boys were working at the fairy crossing over the Zambian river.


African Children. Children in Zambia at Zambezi river. Often at a young stage boys and girls start to work for the families to help support. these to boys were working at the fairy crossing over the Zambian river


African Girl. Children in Zambia at Zambezi river. Because Zambian people believe in the “Ubuntu” (meaning children are raised by a community and not only parents) very young children are seen walking in the streets alone only accompanied by sisters or brothers.


African Children. Children in Zambia at Zambezi river. Often at a young stage boys and girls start to work for the families to help support. these to children were working at the fairy crossing over the Zambian river


Zambian Ox wagon. Ox wagon in Zambia. Although cars are everywhere in Zambia most people still travel by either ox wagon or bicycle. this boy was transporting charcoal to the market for his parents.

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Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

These images showcase the bright colours, textures and details of the houses in Burano including window shutters, chimneys, canal mooring poles, boats, reflections, lamp posts and more. Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it is an archipelago of 4 islands linked by bridges. It is a popular travel destination known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes which are popular with artists.


Brightly coloured canal scene Burano. Brightly coloured houses along a canal with boats and reflections in the Venetian island of Burano, Italy. With clear blue winter sky.


Blue and white canal houses Burano. Canal scene with striped mooring post in foreground, blue and white houses in background with lime green window shutters on the island of Burano, Venice, Italy


Bright pink and yellow houses Burano. Close up of colourful bright pink, yellow and green houses. Window shutters and doors. Venetian island of Burano, Italy


Green stucco wall with shutters and balcony. Bright green house wall in Burano, Venice, Italy, with dark green shutters and black decorative veranda. Shadows cast on wall.


Blue chimney on terracotta wall Burano. close up of bright blue chimney in Burano, Venice against terracotta coloured wall. Terracotta tiles on chimney roof.


Red house details Burano Island. Red stucco wall, striped curtain and sienna window shutters with white window frame on a house on the island of Burano, Venice, Italy. Travel photo


Burano arch into colourful street. Burnt sienna wall with arch leading to colourful narrow street on the Venetian island of Burano. Raw sienna, yellow, pink, green houses.


Venetian red house details Burano. Close up of red house wall with decorative architectural element and window shutter elements. Colourful island of Burano, Venice, Italy


Striped mooring poles Burano. Black and white striped mooring poles with colourful houses blurred out in the background. Venetian island of Burano.


Colourful chimney stacks Burano Venice. Two chimneys with purple, blue and pink colourful rooftops on the Venetian island of Burano, Italy


Detail of house in Burano Venice. Close up of blue house wall in the colourful island of Burano Venice, with doorframe and sign elements.


Canal house reflections Burano. Reflections of brightly coloured houses, blue, yellow, pink, red, on the Venetian island of Burano, Italy.

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30 Stunning Waterfall Images From Around The World

Here’s an inspiring selection of international waterfall photographs from selected GlobalEye Photographers showing that even the smaller, less-known cascades can offer some fantastic photo opportunities for a talented photographer… and great viewing for everyone else. If you’re a waterfall buff, make sure you keep count and see how many you recognise!

Hopetoun Falls in the Otways forest, along the Great Ocean Road, Victoria Australia. Photo © Mark Eden

Wailua Falls, Kauai, Hawaii. Wailua double waterfalls in Kauai, Hawaii. Photo © Doris Miocinovic

Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge Bolaven Plateau Laos. The beautiful Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge on the Bolaven Plateau in Laos. Photo © Sally Hill

Curtis Falls, Mt Tamborine. After some heavy rainfall in the Gold Coast hinterland, Curtis falls, Mt Tamborine has a good flow of water over it causing some nice rapids down stream. Photo © Leon O’Neil

Lady Evelyn Falls on the Kakisa River, Northwest Territories, Canada Lady Evelyn Falls on the Kakisa River, Northwest Territories, Canada. Photo © Tyrrell Mendis

Cascading waterfall. Dickson Falls Dickson Falls. Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada. Photo © Mike Grandmaison

Waterfall at a mountain lake. A little stream falls down the rocks into Lake Koenigssee.
Germany, Bavarian Alps. Photo © Uli Wende

Ellinja Waterfalls on the Millaa Millaa Waterfalls Circuit in the southern Atherton Tablelands of Tropical North Queensland. Photo © Christian Botella

Rainbow Waterfalls. An intense rainbow briefly appears in a cave next to a larger falls and moments later it is gone forever. Photo © Paul Thomson

Waterfall plunging into Milford Sound, New Zealand, with two intrepid kayakers paddling up to the base. Milford, New Zealand, 2014 Photo © Jeremy Wood

A cloud of spray rises above Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world, is on the Zambezi River on the Zimbabwe – Zambia border. Spectacular views can be obtained from either country especially from the other side of the gorge. It is possible to go white water rafting below the falls or take a sunset cruise above the falls. Photo © Heather Farish

Isabella Falls near Cooktown, Far North Queensland, Australia. Photo © Ray Gudgeon

Turpin Falls, Langley via Kyneton, Victoria Turpin Falls Photo © Ian Gill

Frozen River Etive, Rannoch Moor. Frozen waterfall on the River Etive at dusk, Rannoch Moor, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Niagara Falls. A view from the bottom of the Horseshoe falls, Niagara, Canada. Photo © Rob Nyffenegger

Popular and famous Millaa Millaa Waterfalls on the Millaa Millaa Waterfalls circuit in the southern Atherton Tablelands. Tropical North Queensland. Photo © Christian Botella

Far North Queensland Waterfall in Far North Queensland Australia. Pool and rocks in foreground with cascading waterfall behind Photo © Graeme Lawry

Serenity Falls at Buderim Forest Park. A watery green oasis hidden close by to Buderim and Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast, QLD. Photo © Leon O’Neil

Nellies Glen Waterfall on the Barrengarry Creek at Nellies Glen in Morton National Park. Photo © Rodney Garnett

Blencoe Falls Spectacular Blencoe Waterfalls in the Girringun National Park. Blencoe creek plunges 90m to the pool below, before cascading a further 230m to the base of the gorge. West of Cardwell, Wet Tropics World Heritage site, Tropical North Queensland, Australia. Photo © Christian Botella

Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge Bolaven Plateau Laos The beautiful Pha Suam waterfall and swing bridge on the Bolaven Plateau in Laos. Photo © Sally Hill

Scottish waterfall in Autumn Long exposure of a small waterfall showing foam trail across the surface of the water, River Allan, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Russell Falls Russell Falls, Tasmania, Australia Photo © Mark Eden

Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park – in the middle of this you can see a couple of rangers checking for crocodiles as this is a popular swimming spot for visitors. Photo © David C Hancock

Christine Falls Christine Falls, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA Photo © David Anderson

Finnich Glen View up Finnich Glen, Scotland Photo © Adam Brooker

Extreme whitewater rafters running Mosier Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Northern Oregon. This falls rarely has enough water to make it possible to run, only during the heavy spring rains combined with snow melt from nearby Mt. Hood is it possible to attempt. Photo © Paul Thomson

Erskine Falls Erskine Falls, sunny, spring, near Lorne, Australia, 2016 Photo © Jeremy Wood

Augrabies Falls Augrabies Falls National Park, South Africa Photo © Johan Truter

Behind Upper Butte Creek Falls Behind Upper Butte Creek Falls, Butte Creek Park, Oregon, USA. Photo © David Anderson

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Katherine Gorge Dreamtime Cruise

A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 separate gorges, Nitmiluk Gorge is a maze of waterways sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia.


Outlook Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 seperate gorges, Nitmiluk Gorge is a maze of waterways sculpted from the sandstone over countless millennia by the Katherine River. Taking a cruise allow you to immerse yourself in the history, rugged beauty and culture of this majestic region. Cruise, canoe, walk, fly, swim, and embrace Nitmiluk Gorge.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise, Rock Art. The Jawoynâ ancestors have been reported to have lived in the region up to 45,000 years ago. A newly discovered sacred site, Gabarnmung Cave, at the top end of the Northern Territory depicts Aboriginal Art that dates back 35,000 years ago in nearby Arnhem Land. The Katherine Gorge also serves as home to many ancient sites depicting early aboriginal art.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, canoeing. Canoeing is a great way to explore the Nitmiluk Gorges according to your own itinerary and fitness level. Take in the diversity of the landscapes and habitats as you paddle your way through the gorges, a visual treat for any nature lover.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise, Tourists swimming. Tourists having a picnic and a refreshing swim as part of their cruise through spectacular Katherine Gorge.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. Katherine Gorge features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. Nitmiluk, southeast of Darwin by 244 km, was established based on its natural beauty, gorges and sandstone cliffs that border the Katherine River. The Jawoyn people place significance on the Katherine gorges and the surrounding geography as part of their cultural and ceremonial history.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. Travel through time and the 3 gorges of Nitmiluk Gorge. Marvel at the sheer rock face walls as the scenery becomes more striking as you head further into the Gorge.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise. Take in the diversity of the landscapes and habitats as you cruise your way through the gorges, a visual treat for any nature lover.


Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk, Dreamtime, Cruise, Freshwater Crocodile. Freshwater crocodiles sunbaking along the rock banks of Nitmiluk Gorge


Outlook Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk. Canoeing is a great way to explore the Nitmiluk Gorges according to your own itinerary.

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Long Days Bows HR07.jpg The book by Jessie Nelson, based on the movie written and directed by Adrienne Shelly, tends to flatten most of the characters into comic cartoons. The material is anchored at every step by Bareilles’ melodious pop score and Muellers supremely natural performance as Jenna, said Variety. While the stock characters that surround her may be familiar, they’re a winsome bunch played by sterling performers. Time Out liked the material better than some, calling it an expertly constructed and emotionally satisfying tale of self-liberation in the face of limited options. But overall, the best words were saved for Mueller, whom the Chicago Tribune said, surely there is no singing actress of Muellers generation better able to play a woman of low power and self-esteem. *** The Broadway bow of Becky Modes Off-Broadway hit of 15 years ago, Fully Committed, was next, opening April 25 at the Lyceum. The raison d’etre of this enterprise is TV star Jesse Tyler Ferguson , last seen on Broadway in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee , and now famous owing to serial Emmy winner Modern Family. Ferguson plays more than 40 characters in the solo show, including a harried reservations clerk at an in-demand eatery, the restaurant chef and a series of guests clamoring for a table. Nearly every review described Ferguson as immensely likable, and many dropped the term tour de force. Yet, the reviews as a whole were restrained in their enthusiasm, the critics feeling undernourished by both the play and the production. Mr. Fergusonbrings such warmth and variety to his performance that you may not notice that in the more than 15 years since the play opened Off-Broadway, it has acquired a slightly sour aftertaste, wrote the Times. The Wall Street Journal opined, Mr. Ferguson doesnt quite have the vocal flexibility necessary to impersonate so widely varied a gallery of characters, and so the tour-de-force aspect of Fully Committed isn’t fully realized. Even so, his acting crackles with physical energy and comic life, and it won’t take long for you to shelve your doubts and buy into his performance. Entertainment Weekly, perhaps, put it most succinctly: Fully Committed is the inside track on reasonable strategies of photography full of laughs, but leaves you wanting more. *** Next came Tuck Everlasting, the new musical about a love that could live literally forever, which opened April 26 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The show features a book by Claudia Shear and Tim Federle, based on Natalie Babbitts best-selling 1975 novel of the same name.

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