Assignment photography, photo distribution and video coverage

Dog Park Dedication for Beneful/Purina in in Raleigh, NC. (Jared Lazarus/Feature Photo Service for Purina)

Lounge area for WeWork's River North workspace in Chicago, IL (John Gress/Feature Photo Service for WeWork)

Hon Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria, Australia visits Microsoft Corp in Seattle, Washington as part of a multi-city U.S. tour. (Steve Schneider/Feature Photo Service for Australian Government)

Jim Koch, co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company, addresses attendees at a conference for TGI Friday's in NYC. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for TGI Friday's)

A Graduate of the King Abdullah Scholarship Program (KASP) registers for a possible job opportunity at the SABIC booth, a Saudi Arabian company in the manufacturing of plastics, fertilizers and chemical products, National Harbor, MD. (Johnny Bivera / Feature Photo Service for SABIC)

Portrait of CeeLo Green with his cat, Purrfect, at a recording studio in Los Angeles, Calif. for Meow Mix.  (Matt Petit/ Feature Photo Service for Meow Mix)

Feature Photo Service, Inc. (FPS) has been providing still photography and video services for many of the world's leading corporations, law firms, public relations agencies and marketing firms for more than thirty years. We are a dedicated team of visual communications specialists who can manage virtually any project anywhere on earth. Need a portrait photographer in NYC? A corporate event photographer in Paris? A wire photographer in Los Angeles? A video Crew in Tokyo? A photo distributed to the media in the US, Canada, UK, China.... Worldwide? No problem, we can handle it. Multiple locations are our specialty. 

Let our knowledgeable staff coordinate your next photo or video project. FPS has a network of more than 1500 professional photographers worldwide, available to shoot pr events, press conferences, corporate meetings, product launches, portraits and wire photos. We also have hundreds of video crews, producers, editors, motion graphics designers, hair & make-up artists and drone operators available for your needs. B-roll packages, satellite media tours (SMT's), and video distribution are also part of our service offering. 

Put your photo where the editors are looking ™ Distribute your photo to 1300+ U.S. News Media via the Associated Press (AP) and the AP Archives to 30,000+ users in 52 countries (approx 70% in the US) and to more than 12,000 editors at over 2,500 worldwide publications via NewsCom. FPS offers worldwide photo distribution via 25+ news agencies worldwide. All images w/captions distributed or posted by Feature Photo Service include a free posting on our website available for download by accredited members of the news media. 

Free images for the news media. If you are an accredited member of the news media please register with our site to download free images for your publication. Images are for editorial use only. All we ask is that you credit our photographer/Feature Photo Service and send us a clip or link to the photo so that we can brag to our clients!

Latest Photo Releases

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  • CRANBERRY HARVEST STARTS IN WISCONSIN

    CRANBERRY HARVEST STARTS IN WISCONSIN

    A grower works to remove cranberries off of the vines at Cranberry Creek Cranberries in Necedah, Wis. Cranberry harvest is starting more than a week early this year in Wisconsin due to unseasonably cool fall evenings and good summer growing conditions.
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    A grower works to remove cranberries off of the vines at Cranberry Creek Cranberries in Necedah, Wis. Cranberry harvest is starting more than a week early this year in Wisconsin due to unseasonably cool fall evenings and good summer growing conditions. More than 250 Wisconsin cranberry growers will harvest an estimated 5.6 million barrels of fruit this season, which is approximately one-half of the entire world’s supply. (Feature Photo Service)

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    Source: WISCONSIN STATE CRANBERRY GROWERS ASSOCIATION
    Website: http://www.wiscran.org/
    Image Available: http://archive.featurephoto.com/id/00000261

    Providers of press/photo releases are responsible for content and accuracy not FPSnewswire, Feature Photo Service, Inc., or related entities.

  • FREE WATSON TOOL HELPS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS DEVISE STRATEGIES FOR MATH INSTRUCTION

    FREE WATSON TOOL HELPS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS DEVISE STRATEGIES FOR MATH INSTRUCTION

    As of September 2017, elementary school teachers across the nation are beginning to use Teacher Advisor With Watson, a free online tool powered by IBM Watson artificial intelligence technology to help them confidentially access targeted lesson plans and video for math instruction.
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    Boston, MA/FPSnewswire-- As of September 2017, elementary school teachers across the nation are beginning to use Teacher Advisor With Watson, a free online tool powered by IBM Watson artificial intelligence technology to help them confidentially access targeted lesson plans and video for math instruction. About 1,000 curated lesson plans and teaching strategies have been vetted for quality and are available so far. The software developed by the IBM Foundation, in collaboration with the American Federation of Teachers, renowned educators, education non-profits, funders, and content providers, provides educators with targeted guidance to help strengthen their teaching skills and improve student achievement. Shown from L-R: Ulana Ainsworth, a special education teacher for fourth and fifth grade in the Boston Public Schools; Cliff Archey, a former teacher who now manages education programs for IBM Citizenship; and Sheena Lee, an elementary school teacher in the Boston Public Schools. (Feature Photo Service)

     

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    Source: IBM
    Website: https://ibm.co/2x4pzYk.com
    Image Available: http://archive.featurephoto.com/id/00000000259

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  • METTEL SELECTED BY GSA FOR $50 BILLION ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE

    METTEL SELECTED BY GSA FOR $50 BILLION ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE

    Washington, DC/FPSnewswire--MetTel CEO Marshall Aronow (left) and Chief Operations Officer Andoni Economou flank the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. MetTel was selected by the US General Services Administration (GSA) for the $50 Billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) Government Transformation Initiative. (Feature Photo Service)
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    Source: IBM
    Website: https://www.mettel.net/
    Image Available: http://archive.featurephoto.com/id/00000220

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