Depositphotos at the London Book Fair

Don’t miss a chance to meet Depositphotos at the London Book Fair, April 8-10. Come by, and we’ll be happy to share any info you wanted to know about our company and the stock industry in general! Find us at our stand T540.

The London Book Fair will take place at Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Road, London, UK, SW5 9TA. Make sure to visit the event, and find hundreds of valuable solutions for your publishing business!

Depositphotos at Cross Media Production, March 25-27, London


Dear friends, Depositphotos kindly invites you to visit our stand C51 at Cross Media Production 2014, located adjacent to the world-renowned IPEX printing exhibition, taking place at ExCeL, London, on the 25th through the 27th of March 2014. 

Cross Media Production allows you to look beyond campaign planning and get under the hood of building, managing and delivering your communications across multiple platforms, discovering which innovative solutions exist to tie your campaign together and how you can automate these processes reacting instantly to the demands of your target audience.

Drop by personally and find out about our ever-growing royalty-free collection of stock files, flexible subscription plans and our very affordable rates.

Every visitor will get a special offer and will have an opportunity to win a free three-month subscription!

We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Maidan Through Photos: Dmitry Stoykov

Today in the series ‘Maidan Through Photos’, devoted to the work of photojournalists, we introduce Dmitry Stoykov, an independent photojournalist and videographer. At the moment he is working with the team of reporters creating video reports for (Germany):

«Yesterday, when the hawks left for Instytuska from Shelkovychna Street, where the protesters were located, journalists organized an improvised press box at the unglazed balcony above the ground floor. Until the clashes started, it really seemed to be a perfect spot for shooting video. I was there with two other photographers. The activists started throwing cocktail bombs at the policemen, who answered with bombshells. Since not all the throws were well-directed, some of the cocktails and bombshells made it into our balcony. We had to step back inside the building — we broke the glass and entered someone’s office. Of course it was illegal, but it helped save our lives. If we jumped down to the street, we would have found ourselves in the crossfire.

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