The first ‘photograph’ to sell for more than $1m at auction is an image originally created from parts of Marlboro cigarette adverts torn from magazines. Picture credit: Christie’s Images Ltd…
Designed for both film and digital SLRs is a new 170-500mm lens fresh out in the UK from Sigma.
Nikon is recalling some of its EN-EL3-type rechargeable batteries – used in cameras including the D100, D70 and D50 - after it discovered a potential fault causing ‘overheating’.
Hundreds of UK photographers who have sent off AgfaPhoto’s ‘process-paid’ slide film for processing are being asked to fork out again if they want it done.
A picture captured by a photographer who died on New Year’s Day this year has been voted the RAF’s Photograph of the Year. Picture credit: Crown Copyright
UK supplies of Agfa Scala film processing chemicals could run out by the end of this year, warns Primary Colour, the only UK lab to process the unique b&w slide…
A polariser designed to work with any type of rangefinder camera has been launched by filter maker Kenko.
A new digital SLR from Nikon is due out before the end of the year in the shape of the 10.2-million-pixel D200. Expected to cost around £1,300 (body only) the…
Continuing its comeback into the world of b&w photography Ilford has re-introduced its 35mm b&w single-use camera onto the UK market.
If you are hooked on classics then an auction taking place at Christie’s in London on 15 November may be worth a visit. Picture credit: Christie's Images Ltd 2005
Fujifilm has expanded its range of inkjet photo paper with the addition of Photo Enthusiast and Super Heavyweight varieties.
Photography enthusiasts worldwide are invited to enter Over the Rainbow, an online photography competition launched by the Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group.
David Bailey has refuted a BBC report that he took his trousers off while photographing Lord Lichfield in order to make the Earl smile and create a better shot.
Independent lens maker Sigma has revealed a pair of fisheye lenses designed to be suitable for both film and digital SLRs.
AgfaPhoto GmbH is set to close by the end of the year, as the insolvent company has failed to find a buyer, a spokesman has officially confirmed to AP. However,…
AgfaPhoto GmbH is to start the process of winding up after a committee of creditors rejected a takeover bid submitted yesterday by UK photobooth operator Photo-Me International PLC, reports AFX…
American surfing photographer Larry Moore - whose work is credited as helping to stimulate a boom in the surfing industry over recent decades - has died aged 57. Picture credit:
AgfaPhoto UK has made around 20 staff redundant - more than a quarter of its staff - sources close to the company have revealed.
Football officials have banned publication of digital images showing action from next year’s World Cup finals in Germany until one hour after the final whistle.
Pentax is to join forces with Samsung to develop ‘interchangeable lens’ digital SLR cameras - combining Samsung’s digital technology ‘expertise’ with Pentax’s experience in lenses and SLRs.