Getty was suing over AI images – now it's making its own generative AI with Nvidia

AI Robot and human
(Image credit: Getty Images)

Getty has long been one of the go-to stock image databases for many needing a photograph of a place or event. But now users will be able to use Getty's extensive library of human-made photographs to create an AI subject from imagination. 

Say you want a desert dessert scene, featuring an astronaut using the new Fujifilm GFX 100 II to take a portrait of a pig with wings – Getty's new Generative AI can provide. 

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Kalum Carter
Staff Writer

Kalum Carter is a photographer, photo editor and writer based in the UK, and for almost a decade he has worked with brands and publications to create, edit, and sequence imagery. Having recently graduated with a Master's Degree in Photography from the University of the West of England (UWE), Kalum joined Digital Camera World as a Staff Writer, covering news, reviews, and his biggest passion – photography books! 


Kalum's photography has been published and exhibited around the world, and he continues to photograph on a project-by-project basis. He is currently working on a personal project capturing the people and landscape of Gower, South Wales. Currently untitled, this body of work will be exhibited for the National Trust later this year.