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House of Lords takes the next step in trying to sort out the confusion and hysteria surrounding photography in public places.
The European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008 have launched the Cultures on My Street photo competition in UK.
The charity War on Want plans to step up its fight against global poverty with a photography exhibition and debate which links people in Britain and developing countries who face growing job insecurity.
13 & 14 November, West Bromwich and promoted by The Royal Photographic Society. It is hosted this year by THE PUBLIC arts centre.
MP's sign early day motion calling for clearer rules about street photography.
HIPA is set to take part in the India Photo Video Trade Fair.
Sitting in-front of the computer, searching site after site until you find the cheapest camera - sound familiar? Well it should, because according to GFK marketing the majority of us now prefer to sit and order from our computer instead of shopping in high street stores.
Best-known as a portrait painter and graphic artist, Harold Riley’s long and diverse photographic career is charted in a retrospective exhibition at The Lowry, beginning with a picture taken with a box camera and ending with present day Salford, via locations around the world.
The National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) is to issue new guidelines to police officers about stop and search policies.
New brand reinforces image quality, fade resistance and cost benefits
HTC has announced a new smartphone with a camera designed for optimum image quality with an UltraPixel sensor.
Nikon today introduces Nikon 1, a revolutionary digital camera system built from scratch to offer still image and movie recording without compromise.
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.
A clever photo of a family inside small boxes has helped a Nottingham photographer pick up his first national award.
Sony introduce a series of small cameras which they say will give a 'big performance'.
Lee Filters holder for Nikon's 14-24mm f/2.8 wide-angle lens
Corel add 75 new features to the latest version of their PaintShop Pro software.
Red Digital Cinema turn their attentions to the photography market.
An 18 year old from London has won the RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2013.
Focus On Imaging, the annual photographic show held in the UK, has closed.
Loxley Colour is giving away 5 £100 Loxley Colour vouchers in the 2013 prize draw.
Future Publishing has announced the launch of a new photography show, called The Photography Show.
Sony has launched a range of light and compact premium full frame E-mount lenses.
Find out what's been happening on our Micro-Sites this week.
Konica Minolta are offering to repair a hardware fault in the Dynax 7D and 5D, free of charge.<br />
Nikon adds to its range of super zoom cameras with two new compacts.
Unique design and construction make this essential USB charger and travel adaptor perfect for any photographer.
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