Enthusiasts to bag Antarctica photo shoots

Photographic commissions to Antarctica can be won in this year’s Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition, which is backed by The Independent newspaper.

Photo contest wants a load of old rubbish

Photography enthusiasts can win up to £1,000 in travel vouchers in a competition that challenges entrants to document ‘recycling activities’ at home and abroad.

The Army has named its top photographers in a competition that was open to amateurs and professionals and judged by photo legend David Bailey. Picture credit: Crown Copyright

Snowdon to sell famous portraits

For the first time the public will be able to buy prints of work by Lord Snowdon at an exhibition which is set to take place in London from 18…

Kodak is to close its European Kodachrome 35mm film processing plant in Switzerland and move operations to the United States, just weeks after denying rumours of any such plans. The…

Fujifilm UK claims it has no plans to discontinue any of its professional slide films, after a report in the Japanese press stated that the company is ‘streamlining’ the range.

Fresh from Ricoh’s stable of digital compacts is the 6.16-million-pixel Caplio RR660 which is billed as an entry-level model with a 12x zoom.

Stars’ stolen memory card sparks copyright threat

Lawyers acting for Hollywood stars Brad Pritt and Anglina Jolie have reportedly threatened the media with legal action if they publish images contained on a memory card stolen recently from…

Cameras and flashguns in air terror plan

Terrorists planned to use bombs and stun guns disguised as cameras and flash attachments to hijack a plane at Heathrow Airport and crash it into Canary Wharf three years ago,…

Panasonic DSLR not out in UK until September

Panasonic's first digital SLR, the Lumix DMC-L1, will not go on sale in the UK until September, the company's UK office has told AP this morning. A UK spokesperson told…

Panasonic has today confirmed that its first digital SLR, the Lumix DMC-L1, will go on sale in Japan on 22 July. However, we are still waiting to hear from Panasonic…

Kodak has today taken the wraps off a new 7.1-million-pixel digital camera called the EasyShare P712 which is in shops this month priced a penny under £350.

Italy airport camera scare ‘sorted out’

A security crackdown at Pescara airport in Italy - where police reportedly confiscated digital cameras from British tourists’ hand baggage - is over, according to airport managers.

Kodak shut out of Buncefield until December

Kodak will not be able to move back to its base on the site of the Buncefield fuel depot explosions in Hertfordshire until December - a year after the disaster.