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The third 'A Positive View' exhibition will be held in March 2010 and Prince William has agreed to become its new patron.
Six MPs and Peers have snapped up a winning position in a prestigious photographic competition supported by Jessops.
Politicians are focusing on winning the Jessops All Party Parliamentary Photographic Competition recently launched by Jessops.
Jessops have announced the shortlist winner of their Parliamentary Photo Competition, now it's your turn to vote for your favourite.
Nikon UK has announced its continued patronage of The Open Championship, the world’s oldest golf tournament, which is celebrating its 151st year.
Nikon is pleased to announce its sponsorship of The Open Golf championship 2006 for the 13th year running, making it one of the longest-standing supporters of the world famous event.
Durrell and MyMemory are set to join forces to launch photography competition
Fujifilm help Mencap celebrate the fifth annual Snap! photography awards held at the V&A Museum last Friday.
Durrell have joined forces with MyMemory to launch a new photography competition, but hurry, there is only a limited time left to get your entries in.
ePHOTOzine member picked as the overall winner of the Countryfile photographic competition.
HTC has announced a new smartphone with a camera designed for optimum image quality with an UltraPixel sensor.
A clever photo of a family inside small boxes has helped a Nottingham photographer pick up his first national award.
Nikon today introduces Nikon 1, a revolutionary digital camera system built from scratch to offer still image and movie recording without compromise.
Sony introduce a series of small cameras which they say will give a 'big performance'.
Corel add 75 new features to the latest version of their PaintShop Pro software.
Following Jessops' plans to axe 81 of its shops as announced last Thursday, the photographic retail giant have unveiled exactly which stores it plans to close down.
Sony has shown a future lens roadmap at Photokina 2014, including details on four new FE Full-frame lenses.
ePHOTOzine has now published reviews of all Panasonic Lumix G lenses for the Micro Four Thirds camera system.
Lee Filters holder for Nikon's 14-24mm f/2.8 wide-angle lens
Canon have launched three design focused PIXMA printers, the iP7250, the MG5450 and the MG6350.
The Hasselblad Masters shortlist is now online, and you can vote for your favourites.
A brace of scanners from HP feature new Real Life Technologies to convert film and slides into 96-bit true-to-life digital images.
Hands-on training days for lecturers and lecture days for students interested in establishing careers in the digital creative sector.
Australian photography exhibition is closed down by police due to nude content.
Jobo have announced the new Giga One Ultra, an affordable new Image Storage Device featuring ultra quick download speed and four different storage capacities up to 200Gb.
Samsung has announced six new smart cameras at C.E.S 2013.
Olympus has announced the launch of a weather-sealed 14-150mm f/4.0-5.6 II lens along with development of new PRO lenses.
Kodak have won three prestigious honors in the 2008 CES Innovations Awards for their All-in-One Inkjet printer and two digital cameras.
Sigma has updated the UK price information for two new lenses, a 24mm and a 150-600mm, announced at CP+ in Japan.
Stop43 submit their findings to the Independent Review of Intellectual Property and Growth.
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