Getty Images launches a new plugin for Adobe Creative Cloud, giving creatives access to over 140 million images and vectors within an easy-to-use workflow.
To bring Getty Images closer to its customers, the platform announces a new plugin for Adobe Creative Cloud where it is integrated into the Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign workflows, allowing creatives to easily search, license and use the premium imagery – all without leaving their design tools.
Available for free to Getty Images customers, the plugin offers a vast selection of royalty free imagery, expertly curated creative imagery from its Prestige collection, the company’s award-winning imagery from the 130,000 news, sports, and entertainment events it covers each year, as well as the world’s deepest digital archive of historic photography.
Other key features of the plugin includes search for and filter images using the advanced Getty Images search experience, automatically carry over edits when going from comp to the final, licensed versions, seamless access to all previous downloads and purchases across platforms – from the website to Getty’s mobile apps to the plugin and no daily or monthly download limits with Getty Images Premium Access subscriptions or UltraPacks.
Getty Images’ vice president and general manager Jason Fischel tells desktop that this plugin “is the strongest integration” in the space and is the “next logical step” to bring Getty Images closer to its customer base.
“The Adobe Creative Cloud space in particular is extremely popular and extremely relevant to our customers and so we decided it was a very logical step to deliver the access to all of our imagery to them through a plugin where they don’t have to leave Creative Cloud and they can just go straight into the tool, find the image, drag and drop and start working,” says Fischel.