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2017 Libris Iconic Images

Johnson & Wales University  |  Mike Cohea

The beacon from Beavertail Lighthouse is obscured by a thick fog, giving its beam a ghostly feel.

MLB Photos via Getty Images, MLB  |  Alex Trautwig

American League Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees hits a solo home run in the fourth inning during the game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium on Monday, April 10, 2017. One of the biggest stories in sports this year, Judge received all 30 first place votes to become the first Yankee to win Rookie of the Year since Derek Jeter. This image appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated in May.

The 2017 Libris Iconic Images capture many of the year’s most memorable moments, from the total solar eclipse to the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. They take us to the sidelines of the NFL and the flooded streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico. But they also capture moments of beauty in everyday life as well. They invite us to pause, to reflect and to remember.

These 17 images are a small sample of the incredible images created by our Libris clients this year. To say we are proud to work with creative professionals of this caliber is an understatement.

From all of us at PhotoShelter, thank you to everyone who shared their work with us and submitted a photo for this edition.

We are honored to present the 2017 Libris Iconic Images.

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Andrew Fingerman
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Here at PhotoShelter, we understand the value of stunning visual media and the impact it can have on an audience. 

The right photo can shift your perspective, bring tears to your eyes, or inspire you to join a movement.

The 2017 Libris Iconic Images capture many of the year’s most memorable moments, from the total solar eclipse to the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. They take us to the sidelines of the NFL and the flooded streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico. But they also capture moments of beauty in everyday life as well. They invite us to pause, to reflect and to remember.

These 17 images are a small sample of the incredible images created by our Libris clients this year. To say we are proud to work with creative professionals of this caliber is an understatement.

From all of us at PhotoShelter, thank you to everyone who shared their work with us and submitted a photo for this edition.

We are honored to present the 2017 Libris Iconic Images.

Sincerely,
Andrew Fingerman
CEO, PhotoShelter

Here at PhotoShelter, we understand the value of stunning visual media and the impact it can have on an audience. The right photo can shift your perspective, bring tears to your eyes, or inspire you to join a movement. 

Jackson State University  |  Charles A. Smith

The total solar eclipse was one of the biggest events in the U.S. this year. Millions of people across the country watched using special glasses, homemade boxes and solar filters. At Jackson State University, more than 1,000 students, along with faculty and staff, peered through special eyeglasses on the Gibbs-Green Plaza to watch this rare solar eclipse streak across the U.S. for the first time since 1979.
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2017

Sarah Matheson Photos  |  Sarah Matheson

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem greets a young fan during the Women’s March on Washington D.C. in January. When the fan told Ms. Steinem, “you are my idol,” she responded, “but, you are mine!”

Empire State Development  |  Darren McGee

A full moon rises over Schoharie County in Sharon Springs along US Route 20, a still and quiet moment that contrasts with the chaos and turmoil that has shaken the U.S. in 2017.

New York Jets  |  Dan Szpakowski

Running back Bilal Powell links arms with his New York Jets teammates during the National Anthem in Miami, Florida. 

New York State Executive Chamber  |  Darren McGee

Governor Andrew Cuomo observes the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Maria in one San Juan neighborhood. Cuomo traveled to San Juan on the first flight to depart for San Juan after Hurricane Maria on a donated JetBlue aircraft bringing supplies and personnel.


California Department of Water Resources  |  Kelly M. Grow

In 2017, wildfires, droughts and floods rocked the state of California. In February, floods damaged the Oroville Dam flood control spillway, forcing more than 180,000 people living downstream to evacuate. In this photo taken on March 2, 2017, crews from the California Department of Water Resources survey the bottom of the damaged Oroville Dam flood control spillway near the huge energy dissipator blocks. The shot’s unique perspective captures the scale of humans compared to the impact of natural forces.

University of Idaho  |  Joseph Pallen

This image from a laboratory at the University of Idaho captures Viking Lander probe samples in deep freeze as part of space food research for trips to Mars.

Cincinnati Reds  |  Kasey Williamson

After hitting his 34th home run of the season, Cincinnati Reds star Joey Votto presents a bat to six year old fan Walter "Superbubz" Herbert. Walter lost his battle with neuroblastoma in October, after capturing the hearts of the Reds, the Cincinnati Bengals and FC Cincinnati, as well as fans across the Cincinnati community.

Portland Trail Blazers  |  Bruce Ely

Fans quietly stand as Coldplay begins their show at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon with a long moment of silence in recognition of the tragic shooting in Las Vegas the previous night. The moment was followed by a cover of "Free Fallin," as the show started just moments after the death of Tom Petty on October 2, 2017.

ATP World Tour  |  Thomas Lovelock

26 year old Grigor Dimitrov, already Bulgaria’s most successful men’s tennis player of all time, celebrates the biggest title of his tennis career at November's season-ending Nitto ATP Finals at The O2 arena in London. Fans have long waited for Dimitrov to deliver on his immense talent, and he did that this year by also winning the Western & Southern Open, his first prestigious ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title, and finishing at No. 3 in the year-end Emirates ATP Rankings.

Colgate University  |  Mark DiOrio

Vice President Joe Biden takes selfies with students during his visit to Colgate University as a guest speaker on March 24, 2017 in Hamilton, NY.

Baltimore Ravens  |  Shawn Hubbard

Baltimore Ravens rookie cornerback Marlon Humphrey rests for a brief moment before a game against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium on September 17, 2017 in Baltimore, MD. The image is a closer look at the blood, sweat and tears on the field that make the NFL so compelling to millions of fans.

Jackson State University  |  Kentrice Rush

Lead drum major Abraham Duffie surveys the field before the start of the game against Southern U as a storm approaches, ultimately delaying the game for an hour and a half.

Franklin & Marshall College  |  Deb Grove

A bee works on her comb in the observation hive housed within Franklin & Marshall College's Sustainability Center.

University of Florida  |  Bernard Brzezinski

An artificial reef in Grayton Beach, FL, supports this flourishing marine habitat, illustrating that the human impact on sea life can be felt though conservation and restoration, in the face of destruction of habitats.

Here at Libris, we are proud to help hundreds of brands across industries power their visual storytelling.

As the simplest and fastest digital asset management platform built for visual media, we give you and your team easy access to photos and videos so you can engage your audience anytime, anywhere. Our platform gives your team control and flexibility so everyone can upload, organize and share assets in a way that works for them. We have over 12 years of experience managing half a billion assets, including the 17 photos selected for the 2017 Libris Iconic Images. We can’t wait to see the stories you tell in 2018.

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