If it's in your head, it's on Shutterstock. With our new creative AI-powered editing features, combined with our library of over 700 million stock images, you can make stock entirely your own. The possibilities are endless! Learn more at our link in bio.
Gabriel Lopes Lima is our February #ContributoroftheMonth ! Lima is a Brazilian photographer whose work showcases Black LGBTQ+ life. He told our blog, "I would say that I love to capture the Black beauty. The beauty inside Black people here in Brazil. The beauty inside Black history and the beauty of our community—us, Black people, as a culture and as a community." Read more about his work and how the Shutterstock Create Fund is helping him achieve his goals at our link in bio.
Black history celebrations began in 1926, championed by historian Carter G. Woodson. Starting as Negro History Week, it grew to Black History Week in the 1970s and officially became #BlackHistoryMonth in 1976.
At Shutterstock, we are celebrating the African American community by highlighting and amplifying Black icons, activists, creators, and artists. Explore curated collections, iconic video clips, and more at the link in our bio.
Our #Beh3althy content brief brought forth an array of beautiful, authentic content from Shutterstock Contributors! Check out this collection of images and footage related to healthy living at our link in bio.
Lunar New Year, which falls on Saturday, February 10th, is steeped in rich traditions that vary across many different regions with lively celebrations, and of course, delicious foods. In this story, a Chinese-American writer shares her memories of her traditional New Year cuisine, from dumplings to elaborate whole fish (link in bio).
We asked Elizabeth Rajchart, one of our Create Fund grant winners, to cover New York Fashion Week with our Shutterstock Editorial team. Learn how about her experience and how the Create Fund uplifts marginalized artists in this video, and check out the images she captured at our link in bio.
Last night, the 66th Grammy Awards were full of high notes, from Taylor Swift’s surprise album announcement, to a moving moment with Joni Mitchell, to stunning performances from both Billy and Billie, and more 🎶 Check out our coverage of the night on Shutterstock Editorial (link in bio).
Today marks the start of #BlackHistoryMonth , a time to honor the cultural heritage, achievements, contributions, and triumphs of the Black community. Join us in uplifting Black creatives and promoting authentic representation this month through visual collections and captivating imagery from our library.
We had a blast as the Official House Photographer for the Sundance Film Festival! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our portrait studio and the Shutterstock Chalet, and joined us for our documentary screening and panel. Check out our coverage of the festival at the link in our bio 🎥
We had the opportunity to share our empowering documentary, “Surfing Through the Odds,” at the 2024 #Sundance Film Festival, and delve into the project, which was produced by @shutterstock_studios in collaboration with @betclicportugal and highlights the work of @somasurf_ . Check out the recording of the panel discussion at our link in bio!