Year in Focus 2011 by Getty Images

Year in Focus 2011

By Getty Images

  • Release Date: 2012-05-22
  • Genre: Photography
Score: 4
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Description

From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, 2011 was a turbulent year. As always, Getty Images photographers were front and center to document the events that mattered, from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan to the joyous occasion of a royal wedding. These images capture the major political conflicts and social issues of our time—as well as highlights in sports, fashion, and entertainment—and shine a light on the emotions of the moment and the significant backstories. The Year in Focus showcases our talented photographers’ and editors’ finest work.

Reviews

  • Great

    5
    By Mojtaba.N
    Great photos and design, love it.
  • Whose idea for topics?

    1
    By rocky river gay (OH!!!)
    Stories and pictures cover only news and sports, little coverage of anything else making it dull.
  • AMAZING!!!!

    5
    By Pointer
    A book with Videos, unbelievable photos and a music bed - this is the future of books as we know it - as they say a picture is worth a 1000 words - well this must be a some where in a billion words - very touching story of a great photographer Chris Hondros, who was lost last year in Libya - over all what can I say - a must have!!!...and it's free!
  • Movies kept crashing the book.

    2
    By good4jake
    The images are wonderful. The way they are displayed was great. However, I couldn't see any of the movies though. The book continually crashed. I did a restart, cold restart, warm restart (kidding). Still could not get them to play and could not get book to stop crashing. Unfortunately there isn't a way to report this and get it corrected. sigh...
  • What a year

    5
    By J_11L
    Great free download... Moving pictures, interesting stories, good times.
  • Love it

    5
    By Bilal Rehman
    This book really gets deep with graphic pictures love it all the way

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