Photography insurance is often seen as a pain, but not half as painful as loosing hundreds, or even thousands of pounds due to not taking out a policy.
Following our latest blog which highlighted the dying trend of printing off pictures, we stumbled across some research by Samsung which has been all over the news this morning.
In this blog, we thought it would be useful to highlight our top tips for photographers to take into account AFTER taking photographs.
We were shocked this week when we read that an American newspaper has taken the decision to get rid of its entire photography team and replace them with…iPhones!
Unless you have been on another planet for the past few months, you will have heard about Google Glass.
The art of travel photography is a popular sentiment and allows those travelling the world to capture memorable moments and share them with others.
The phenomenon of Pinhole photography has been one that has grasped much attention in recent months. This type of photography is lensless and uses a tiny hole to replace the lens.
The past couple of years have seen food photography grow increasingly popular, partly spurred through the increase of smartphones.
The Photovision Roadshow’s are a great way to meet likeminded photographers, bringing together the best manufacturers and trade suppliers in the Photographic Industry.
In a recent inquest, a man from the North East admitted that he had stolen expensive photography equipment and is now facing a prison sentence for the offence.
Just a quick reminder that we are attending the Red Eye sponsored National Photography Symposium at the Bluecoat Centre, Liverpool on Friday 17th May.
In a new act dubbed the ‘Instagram Act’, professional photographers are facing losing the rights to their images if they are not properly copyrighted.
According to reports, the new iPhone advert claims that every day ‘More photos are taken with an iPhone than any other camera.’ Although it sounds like a bold statement, it is unsurprising.
Oh dear – another case of wedding photography gone wrong.
We recently read a story about a 13 year old photographer who has been shortlisted for several awards and currently has his works on display in an exhibition in London.
When a catastrophic public incident strikes, we are often met with a wide range of uncensored photographs spreading like wildfire through social media sites.
At the beginning of March we began a charity initiative for the very worthy charity, Comic Relief.
Controversy was sparked last week after a picture of a sports star, taken on an iPhone using the Instagram app, was featured on the front page of the New York Times.
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A recent study has shown that some social media sites are removing the metadata from photos that photographers have put on specifically to stop people from taking their images without permission.