Thursday 23 April 2020 - register now to get key updates throughout the year
fotofringe is the single-most important event for image licensing. 25% of our exhibitors also license footage.
In 2019, picture buyers of all kinds met up with many of the top specialist and general collections of the world: 123RF; 4Corners Images; Adobe; akg-images; Alamy; Ardea; ArenaPAL performing arts library; Artimage; Ashmolean Museum; AWL Images; Bridgeman Images; British Museum Images Online; Camera Press; Capture; Cody Images; Colour Balance Images; Cover Images; DK Images; George Douglas Archive; Getty Images; Glasgow Museums; Heritage Images; High Level Photography; Historic Environment Scotland; Historic Royal Palaces; Huntley Film Archives; Iconic Images; IDS; Ikon Images; Imago; Image Quest Marine; Image Source; Imperial War Museum; Kaleidoscope; Living4Media; Luxy Images; Magnum; Majority World; Mary Evans; Mauritius; Mirrorpix; Motorsport Images; Museum of Fine Arts Boston; National Portrait Gallery; Naturagency; Nature Picture Library; News Licensing; Oodls; PA Images; PICHA africa stock photographs; picturemaxx; plainpicture; Red Bull Media; Reuters; Reunion des Musees Nationaux; Robert Harding World Imagery; Roger Bamber Archive; Ronald Grant Archive; Royal Armouries; Royal Museums Greenwich; Scala Archives Italy; Science Photo Library; Shutterstock; Sonia Halliday; Source Magazine - Graduate Photography Online; Sputnik Images; Stockfood Photo Library; SuperStock; Tate; TopFoto; V&A Images; VIEW; Werner Forman Archive plus CEPIC, BAPLA, Alliance for Intellectual Property and the PRA.
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All exhibitors have simple tables and chairs. No fancy stands, no truckloads of "stuff". So you can head for the ones you want to talk to and sit down while you focus on what they can offer you.
It all takes place on one single day in central London and at the end, there is a cash bar downstairs for those who want to continue the conversation and/or party afterwards.
Registration is FREE for image buyers.