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.
We get lots of positive feedback on our cheap photographer’s insurance policies and wanted to thank you for all the great testimonials you send. People are quite accustomed to shopping around
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.
‘Photographer escapes from asylum to kneel at the altar of Jack Brabham’
‘Stony faced F1 star Jack Brabham flashes past certifiably insane photographer’
Many people say Facebook is being used as a newsfeed – ‘a showreel of wedding photography with the odd image of a baby scan thrown in for good measure’.
There are more young photographers keen to turn pro than ever before. As a result of this, we are often
With Comic Relief almost upon us, we wanted to celebrate Red Nose Day in style!
Most professional photographers are confident that their memory cards are protected by the digital camera they’re encased in, but not perhaps, when they’ve been badly damaged.
We were delighted to be involved as sponsors of the Guild of Photographers ‘Photographer of the Year Awards’ and amazed at the fantastic photography entered by talented photographers from acr
The press have gone crazy in recent weeks over a collection of prints released by French photographer Julie de Waroquier.
We often blog about professional photographers’ rights and whether they should be entitled to take photos wherever they please. Recently, council officials a
Copyright is to be debated in the House of Lords today and photographers are protesting about a new Bill that could be introduced.
Most of the professional photographers we come across learn the trade by either teaching themselves and learning on the job, or studying in the classroom.
We’ve written lots in the past on photographe
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With Christmas only just behind us, many of us are looking