You can now license over 40 million editorial images on Shutterstock. Our editorial content covers everything from the latest news stories to decades of iconic moments and people throughout history.
Earlier this year, Shutterstock’s massive content library grew to include editorial images, covering the latest in news, sports, and entertainment. While editorial images were at first “browse only” for all eCommerce customers, they are now available to license and use in your print and digital publications. Take a look at the video below to see some of the exciting images now available in our library.
We’ve made pricing simple and flexible to meet your needs. You can pick from the following options:
- Single image for $199
- 25 images for $99/image ($2479 pack price)
Both options allow for use in print and digital, single use, and are covered by our editorial license. Our editorial license covers use in newspapers, magazines, digital publications, educational publications, and other non-commercial formats. If you need more images and additional services like editorial research and unwatermarked comps, take a look at our editorial enterprise plans.
Shutterstock’s editorial content is shot by our team of award-winning photographers, who watch the world’s biggest events unfold, from the Oscars to the Olympics. We are also proud to be partners with over 30 world-class editorial content providers, including Associated Press, European Pressphoto Agency, Variety, Billy Farrell Agency, and more. All of their content is immediately available to license on Shutterstock.
Take a look at some of the most important events we’ve covered this year:
Cannes Film Festival
Photo by Noah Berger/AP/Shutterstock