The visual collaboration platform to provide new curated search and curation features that access premium images, including Getty Images, iStock, and Unsplash; teams can quickly find, share and discuss content, simplifying collaborative workflows.
Visual collaboration platform Bluescape has launched Popsync, an image search and curation tool that lets users access free and premium images from their Bluescape workspace. In one search, users can access multiple libraries including Getty Images, iStock, and Unsplash, along with Google Images.
"We are constantly striving to make our content more accessible to our customers where and when they need it and are thrilled to team up with Bluescape to provide creatives with a seamless and fast way to collaborate using visuals," said Peter Orlowsky, senior vice president of Strategic Development for Getty Images. "Popsync is a powerful way to search that brings millions of our premium images directly into a Bluescape customer's hands, helping them to explore ideas faster than ever before."
"Images are the universal language, and Popsync represents a new frontier in image search," added Bluescape CEO Peter Jackson. "Gone are the days of searching for images in a dozen different places. With Popsync, you only search once, and your results are immediately available to share or use in a Bluescape workspace."
Popsync uses Bluescape's visual collaborative features to allow users to search for images and share a wide variety of content. Once images are on the platform, individuals and teams can collectively move, annotate, and present the visuals for collaborative review. Groups can quickly find and discuss the content needed for their project.
"Popsync does in seconds what used to take days," noted Zak Noyle, co-founder and creative director at creative agency Eleven 17. "We build a lot of storyboards for clients and spend hours scouring the internet for high-quality photography. It's a pain in the neck, usually, to find the exact lighting or scene I have in my mind. Popsync opens a whole new world. Searching for images this way and seeing all our options in one collaborative space will simplify the entire workflow."