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- 7 Sep 2005
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Winners of the 152nd International Print Exhibition Awards announced.
- 6 Apr 2009
London based Proud Galleries need a new Head of Sales for the Proud Group.
- 18 Feb 2003
Mayor Ken Livingstone is inviting photographers of all ages, whether amateur or professional, to come up with images that reflect London's diversity
- 24 Apr 2003
The January issue of Practical Photography is on sale from the 2nd January and is available at all good newsagents.
- 6 Jan 2004
New technology makes it simple for businesses to publish pictures on a range of online platforms
- 18 Mar 2004
Eastman Kodak Company have solidified their reputation for quality and ease of use among consumers after once again gaining the highest ranking in two of the four segments in the J.D. Power and Associates 2005 digital camera satisfaction study
- 18 Aug 2005
OpenRAW is a non-profit organisation whose primary concern is the longevity of digital images. They believe that current proprietry RAW formats could be rendered obsolete in the future making it impossible to reprocess images taken on todays digital cameras.
- 3 Feb 2006
By keeping an up-to-date dust map, cameras that employ the FotoNation software will be able to automatically reduce marks created by dirt on digital SLR image sensors.
- 22 Feb 2006
The advisory service provides a service to marketing and product managers allowing them to stay ahead of the competition.
- 2 Mar 2006
A new study at the independent testing organisation Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc (WIR) shows that photos printed with refilled cartridges can fade significantly in less than two months, while prints made with original HP inks and photo papers last far longer.
- 23 Aug 2006