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Photographers are given a little more support

Pro-imaging and The Sony World Photography Awards support photographers

Pro-imaging can add another notch to the Bill of Rights supporters list as the Sony World Photography Awards have joined the fight.

Added: 29th September 2008

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Police and photographers clash over rights

Know your rights

A new campaign launched by the police to highlight terrorism is causing confusion with the police and photographers alike.

Added: 18th April 2008
Jilly Cooper fights for photographers rights

Credit where it's due

Author Jilly Cooper writes to The Times to call for more credit for photographers.

Added: 8th May 2008
Pro-Imaging Rights off List

Beware all photographers

Pro-Imaging have launched a campaign in order to make photographers more aware of competitions which claim the rights to their work.

Added: 13th March 2008
Don't Lose Rights In Competitions

Own-it and Pro-Imaging will show you how to keep your photographic rights

Spend an evening learning how to avoid pitfalls when entering competitions.

Added: 5th August 2008
Photographers unite

Rights fight grows

The fight for photography rights is going global.

Added: 22nd August 2008
Copyright chaos for photographers and Heineken Ireland

Photographers are fighting for their rights once again

Heineken Ireland are feeling the heat after copy-written images appeared on their Heinekenmusic.ie website

Added: 12th August 2008
'Greedy' Robbie Williams caught in photo rights-grab backlash

'Greedy' Robbie Williams caught in photo rights-grab backlash

Photographers refused to photograph the singer after being made to sign away their copyright for any images taken.

Added: 20th September 2006
The Crown Estate is ignoring photographers rights

Buckingham Palace are implicated in Photo Rights Grab

Pro imaging have given the what's great about Britain? competition the red light.

Added: 29th August 2008
Thoughts on the new guidelines on anti-terror law use

Will photographers still be stopped?

Will new guidelines stop the police preventing photographers from taking photographs?

Added: 7th December 2009