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Major sports photography agency takes advantage of Spitfire Photo Pro's powerful search and distribution features.
This worksop is being held at the AOP Gallery on 20th January 2005
A new image library, based in the UK, has opened its doors to contributors, offering affordable picture rights to the masses.
Pro-Imaging have launched a campaign in order to make photographers more aware of competitions which claim the rights to their work.
Pro imaging have given the what's great about Britain? competition the red light.
PictureNature launch new stock image website for the international promotion of photographer's work.
Author Jilly Cooper writes to The Times to call for more credit for photographers.
Corbis have broadened their creative scope with the addition of new stock collections to their existing catalogue.
Photographers who enter competitions are unknowingly giving up the rights to their photographs and, in one particular case photographers are having to wait for the end of the Universe before they can get their rights back....But a group of crusading individuals are hoping to change all that.
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.
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.
Lee Filters holder for Nikon's 14-24mm f/2.8 wide-angle lens
Red Digital Cinema turn their attentions to the photography market.
Hasselblad's 35mm XPan panoramic camera falls foul of new laws set out by the European Community
Hahnel have launched the first two in a range of stylish battery power grips for power hungry digital SLR cameras
Pentax apologise for sensor stains appearing on some K-5 DSLRs.
Harman technology Limited, the company behind Ilford Photo and Harman Photo, have announced the addition of Kentmere Photographic Limited to its business.
Douglas Software have announces the release of Version 1.1.0 of Camera for PDA's.
Wacom reduce the prices of their most popular interactive pen displays and wireless pen tablets.
NEC has launched two new models into its SpectraView monitor range.
In celebration of winning the American Photo's Editor Choice Award. DxO are offering FilmPack at a special price for a limited time only.
The Landscape Photographer Of The Year awards 2013, now in its seventh year, is open for entries.
Lastolite announces the launch of the new Joe McNally Range.
Get your hands on the most desirable medium format camera yet
Ilford has announced the release date for the Ilford Obscura pinhole camera.
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