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STILL PICTURES Still Pictures has established a unique worldwide network of independent picture libraries, representing more than 1,000 specialist photographers. This collaboration brings a greatly expanded range of images, selected from a combined archive of several million pictures. By pooling resources with its partners, Still Pictures can offer a much greater choice, while continuing the highly individual service for which it has long been known. View Pictures
AFP is the world's oldest established news agency, founded in 1835 by Charles-Louis Havas, the father of global journalism.
Today, the agency continues to expand its operations worldwide, reaching thousands of subscribers via radio, television, newspapers and companies from its main headquarters in Paris and regional centers in Washington, Hong Kong, Nicosia and Montevideo. All share the same goal: to guarantee top quality international service tailored to the specific needs of clients in each region. View Pictures
Majority World is a new global initiative founded through the collaboration between The Drik Picture Library of Bangladesh and kijijiVision in the UK to champion the cause of indigenous photographers from the developing world and the global South - the Majority World. View Pictures
OnAsia Images (formerly AsiaWorks Photography) is a digital stock photography and assignment agency specializing in photography and photojournalism from Asia. It was created in response to the challenges and opportunities being generated by the digital revolution that is transforming our industry. Co-founded and run by professional photographers and editors, OnAsia Images is committed to providing a user-friendly service while encouraging a business environment in which both publishers and photographers can prosper. View Pictures