For photographers everywhere
The Red Bull Image Quest 2010, the world’s biggest action and adventure sports photography competition, has announced its winner at a ceremony in Dublin.
The Queen has launched a Buckingham Palace Flickr account to celebrate images of the royal family through the ages.
In a bid to promote Manchester as an accessible photography destination, a three-week exhibition displaying amateur photography kicks off this month.
Anyone who has recently attended a photography course specialising in Polaroid techniques will be excited to learn that a new type of film has been created specifically for Polaroid cameras.
Photographers have praised the European Court of Human Rights' (ECHR) rejection of the last government's attempt to make police stop-and-search powers legal because of the impact it would have on photographers rights.
Citizen photography has caused uproar in the House of Lords, after a new MP broke the rules by capturing part of the Queen's Speech ceremony on camera.
The Museum of London has unveiled its new £20 million redevelopment project to the press, showcasing over 7000 photographs and other exhibits in an innovative new space.
Plans for the National Media Museum (NMM) to open a base in London have been given Government approval to go ahead, a leading photography magazine has learned.
Life.com the internet side of Life Magazine have launched Life Mobile, a new iphone app that contains its entire gallery of images, making it the largest photography catalogue online, the company claims.
Pharmacy chain Boots has had to apologise for its ‘over cautious’ staff after a digital photographer was told they would not develop her photographs as they were.
The 'Our Stories' exhibition currently running at the Our Space Gallery in London aims to foster a better understanding of mental health issues, and is open until April 26th at Our Space gallery in Old Street, London.
French photographer Sophie Ristelhueber has been named this year’s winner of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. The prize was given at a ceremony yesterday at the Photographer’s Gallery in London.
Spencer Tunick, who specialises in taking group shots of nudes in public city settings, has managed to gather 5,200 people, wearing nothing but a smile, to pose for his latest project at The Sydney Opera House.
The winner of the third prize in the Sports Features category at the World Press Photo competition was disqualified last week after the judges noticed that the picture had been altered too heavily.
Photographers across the UK are concerned that a further debate over the Digital Economy Bill will not remove possible threats to photography copyright.
Hot on the heels of last week's photography course success-story comes another budding creative wonder in the form of Britain's own Prince William.
Fans of photography are angry that plans to turn the Royal High School in Edinburgh into a national photography centre have been scrapped.