The tiny DxO One camera is set to allow remote control from Apple iPhones via a Wi-Fi connection.
Famed French photojournalist Marc Riboud has died aged 93, after a long illness.
Images captured by blind and partially sighted photographers have been welcomed as a revelation by the head of famed photographic agency Magnum Photos.
Previously unseen photographs of the first Victorian foster children have been released by Barnardo’s, along with moving stories of those pictured, as the charity enters its 150th year.
Nikon has added a new category to its global photography contest to mark its centenary in 2017.
Fuji has unwrapped a new APS-C mirrorless system camera, the X-A3, aimed particularly at the selfie generation.
Park Cameras have teamed up with professional photographer Jeff Ascough to host an event showing off the brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Panasonic has announced a new series of street photography workshops, many at Jessops stores nationwide, to be hosted by former AP Editor Damien Demolder.
Fuji has today revealed full details of its new 23mm f/2 R WR lens, due out at the end of next month.
Meanwhile, Canon is set to launch a dedicated Wi-Fi adapter that turns its EOS 7D Mark II DSLR into a Wi-Fi-enabled camera.
Canon has today unveiled the latest incarnation of its EOS 5 series in the shape of the hotly anticipated Canon EOS Mark 5D Mark IV.
A selection of images taken on a beta sample of the all-new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
UK photographers have scooped Gold, Silver and Bronze awards at the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) International Print Exhibition.
Renowned British photojournalist Don McCullin is among winners of this year’s Lucie Awards.
An ‘imaginative’ image of a mute swan has triumphed in the inaugural Bird Photographer of the Year competition, eclipsing more than 6,500 entries worldwide.
Tributes have been paid to Colin O’Brien, a photographer renowned for his street photos of London life.
A photographer’s powerful images of his father as he battled Alzheimer’s document the impact of the disease during the last five year’s of his life.
Jessops is today celebrating the opening of its new store in Leicester, marking a historic return home for a business first set up as a mail-order company in 1935.
A member of Reigate Photographic Society in Surrey won the right to exhibit his work at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition.
Repeatedly photographing a woman without her consent in a public place could be recorded as a hate crime if it is perceived to be persistent and intimidating, a UK police force has warned.