Amid the furore following this week’s announcement of the Hasselblad X1D-50c, Amateur Photographer talked to the firm’s CEO Perry Oosting about the new mirrorless medium format camera
Hasselblad has today announced a mirrorless medium-format camera which the Swedish company bills as a groundbreaking development. The X1D includes a 50MP sensor and a top ISO of 25,600.
A photographer from Kent has won a nationwide competition to capture the diversity of nursing in the UK.
A new data back-up system called the WD Pro Series has been announced by storage specialist Western Digital.
Amateur and professional photographers have been invited to enter RHS Photographic Competition 2017 which offers a top prize of £5,000.
New LED light panels aimed at amateur and professional photographers and videographers have been launched by Bowens.
AP speaks to Mr Kazuto Yamaki in an exclusive interview held at the company's headquarters in Aizu, Japan.
A free Kodak app that advises photographers on the best types of film to use in different situations has been extended to Android and iPad as film sales grow 5% worldwide.
Two amateur photographers are among contestants from across Europe set to compete for a €150,000 top prize in a new TV talent show called 'Master of Photography'.
Leica has revealed the work of the 12 photographers who have been selected to compete for this year’s €25,000 top prize at the Oskar Barnack Award.
Panasonic has announced a ‘splash and dustproof’ 12mm f/1.4 lens that is designed to be rugged and optimised for 4K video recording.
Professional photo editing on an iPad Pro could soon become a reality as Apple opens the door to raw photo-editing applications as part of its upcoming iOS 10 operating system.
The Jessops Training Academy has today announced details of a new British Wildlife Photography Experience course, to take place in Devon on 3 July.
The best images from a fine-art photography competition have been plucked from around 4,000 submitted worldwide.
Olympus is helping to develop a new imaging system designed to allow colour (RGB) and near-infrared (NIR) images to be captured using a single imaging sensor.
Photographers have been invited to share images that best sum up their summer for the chance to have them displayed at 52 Jessops stores nationwide.
A new photography festival designed to celebrate St Andrews’ links to the earliest days of photography is due to take place in the Scottish town from 1 August to 11 September.
Large-format photos of Marilyn Monroe, captured by Bert Stern shortly before her death in 1962, fetched €120,000 at an auction in Austria over the weekend.
A Jessops customer who discovered that his ‘new’ camera was dusty, and had already taken 300 photos when he received it, sparked an investigation by bosses.
A rare, unused Leica camera sealed in paper packaging – together with an X-ray to show its unopened contents – is on sale for tens of thousands of pounds.