Get a little weird with Shutterstock’s Strange Things trailer, and discover why weird stock footage captivates audiences in whole new ways. The nature of stock imagery is changing, or more specifically, getting weirder. According to Google, search interest for “weird stock photos” has more than doubled in the past five years — growing faster than perennial favorites such as “business stock photos” or “stock photos of people.” Whereas a decade ago, an office worker smiling and holding a cup of…