New image plugin for your favourite Adobe apps

Stock image library Getty Images has unveiled a new, free image plugin (opens in new tab) for Adobe Creative Cloud (opens in new tab) software. The news comes just weeks after competitor Shutterstock announced integration with Photoshop, but the Getty team have taken things a step further, integrating its asset library with not only Photoshop but Illustrator and InDesign too. 

Giving creatives access to over 140 million images and vectors within an easy-to-use workflow, the new plugin means designers can easily search, license and use amazing imagery – all without leaving their design tools.

Key features of the plugin include:

  • Search for and filter images using the advanced Getty Images search experience
  • Design without limits by using hi-res comps
  • Automatically carry over edits when going from comp to the final, licensed version
  • Save and organize images with Getty Images’ Boards tool
  • Access all previous downloads and purchases across platforms 
  • Set your own preferences to tailor the plugin experience toward your needs
  • No daily or monthly download limits with Getty Images Premium Access subscriptions (opens in new tab) or UltraPacks
  • Seamless integration with Getty Images’ Premium Accessand UltraPacks accounts - offering customers simple downloads of images directly in Creative Cloud

Our goal with the Getty Images plugin for Adobe CC has been to leave customers with more time to focus on their creative process

Jason Fischel

“We are always innovating to make our content available to our customers where and when they need it,” said Jason Fischel, vice president and general manager at Getty Images. “Our goal with the Getty Images plugin for Adobe CC has been to create a tool which will allow our customers to easily integrate our best-in-class imagery into their design experience, leaving them with more time to focus on their creative process.”

Available for free to Getty Images customers, the plugin is available for download today here (opens in new tab). For more information on the Adobe CC plugin and a full list of features, visit the Getty Images website (opens in new tab)

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Kerrie Hughes is Editor at Creative Bloq. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications. Kerrie's work for Creative Bloq involves managing the team and the site's content, developing and maintaining commercial partnerships, and finding innovative ways to bring Creative Bloq's audience the content they're looking for.