Click the yellow box at the top of any page, select the industry you want to search within and type what you’re looking for.
The tags we use are a combination of descriptive and factual words, so examples of good searches within photography would be “fashion editorial studio attitude” or “portrait music quirky”.
There is also the ability to search for clients or publications, locations, colours, objects, lighting techniques and many other criteria. Just keep an eye out for the sort of words we use and you’ll soon be able to do very accurate searches.
To refine search results you can either click the “Find Similar” button next to someone you like, which will bring a new list of people tagged using similar words. Or click the “+” or “-” symbol next to any of the tags on each listing to add or subtract this word from the results.
To search for a phrase rather than a word, use quote marks around it eg “black and white”, otherwise it will search for the words independently from one another.