Seattle-based Getty Images disclosed today that it has made a strategic investment in New York-based content services firm Daylife. Financial details of the investment were not disclosed. Getty said that the investment came alongside a commercial agreement to create new products for its customers. Daylife operates a web-based service which pulls news and images and organizes it into content usable by news publishers, using wire copy and images from Getty and others. Getty Images said the new "SmartMedia" products will include SmartGalleries, which will create photo gallery pages and widgets using editorial images from Getty.