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Technology has made life more convenient and flexible. We can connect to others quickly and easily no matter where we are. But more of us are trying to balance virtual connectivity with tactile experiences. We’re looking for time with the ones we love, time to ourselves, the chance to be creative — to savor experiences with a more human touch. Corbis® Images presents a curated collection of new photography that reflects these back-to-basics values.

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42-24858074© Peter M. Fisher/Corbis

42-24785915© Hello Lovely/Corbis

42-24779706© Noe Montes/Corbis

42-24623673© Matthias Ritzmann/Corbis

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42-24785357© Hello Lovely/Corbis

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42-24687429© Iris Images/Corbis

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42-24626059© David Puu/Corbis

42-24432749© Patrick Molnar/Corbis

42-25179790© Tomas Rodriguez/Corbis

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42-25160775© Bernd Vogel/Corbis

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Corbis® Images anticipates the emerging cultural and societal trends that drive image usage by drawing from the latest demographic and psychographic research. Find current, highly relevant analysis in this streamlined summary, and explore a new photography collection developed with this research in mind.

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