Quick Image Search
Enter a keyword in the search field and click the search button. You may search for one or more keywords or an image number (e.g. l62-372).

Enter keywords which describe the theme of the image:
• Substantives, which describe the main motive, for example, “mouse” or “house”.
• Adjectives, for example, “happy, “pensive” or “sad.
• Verbs, which describe the pictured action, for example “laughing” or “sleeping”.

Search Tips
• Use simple words. Use the infinitive form of verbs and use the singular for substantives.
• Start your research with just one or two keywords. You rather filter your first search result or to add keywords and search within your results than to search for too many words at once.  
• Please do not use whole sentences (“Images of a man with a dog”), but only keywords: “man”, “dog”
• Use very general keywords (for example “bag” instead of “handbag”)

If you are looking for nothing in particular, you may just browse our different categories or just get some inspiration from our WANTED collection. WANTED is always unpredictable, young and subjective.
See WANTED collection. 

Advanced Search Tips

You will find advanced search tips as well as a helpful dictionary for terms in our help section.

Should you need further assistance in finding the right image, write a short message or just call us.