Eastman Kodak is being sued by US Philips Corp for allegedly infringing a Philips-held patent used in making Kodak EasyShare digital cameras and scanners, according to reports in the United States.
The death of a photography enthusiast who fell 300ft from the Shell Tower in London was an accident, an inquest at Southwark Coroner’s Court has found. Picture credit: freefoto.com
Jessops has confirmed that it is no longer purchasing used equipment or accepting it from customers in part-exchange. A spokesman told AP: ‘The service will continue until all stocks are exhausted which we anticipate will be in the summer.’ As…
Jessops has decided to axe its used equipment service, blaming a ‘rapid decline’ in demand and a big drop in people wanting to part-exchange.
A two-week trip to Mozambique and South Africa goes to the winner of this year’s Travel Photographer of the Year competition which boasts £50,000 worth of prizes.
An historic archive of 50,000 glass negatives has been cleaned-up to reveal rare images of London’s transport system that will go on show for the first time next month. Picture: Copyright TfL
A 16-year-old student is among the winners of the Guardian Weekend Photography Prize - a contest which attracted around 9,000 entries. Picture credit: Natalie Lloyd
Photographer Bob Carlos Clarke is believed to have suffered from clinical depression and was a voluntary patient at The Priory hospital in south-west London before he was hit by a train and died on 25 March.
Pentax UK has named the digital compact cameras it has been forced to withdraw from sale in Europe as a result of new EU legislation.
Dixons – a store which first began as a photographic studio in 1937 - will next month re-brand all its 190 UK high street stores as ‘Currys.digital’. Yet, despite adding items such as fridges and washing machines to its product…
The first in a new ‘ultra-compact’ line of digital compacts has been unveiled by Leica in the shape of the six-million-pixel C-Lux 1.
Fuji has unveiled a new general-purpose colour transparency film called Fujichrome Provia 400X Professional.
Today marks the official withdrawal of Konica Minolta from the photographic industry and the closure of the company’s UK office.
An inquest into the death of photographer Bob Carlos Clarke has been opened and adjourned.
A box of old photographs which sold at an auction in Cumbria last week is believed to include a precious collection of 1850 Daguerreotypes believed to be worth £500,000. Picture credit: PFK Auctions
The family of Bob Carlos Clarke are setting up a foundation in memory of the photographer who died on Saturday.
Jessops is to close its only dedicated classic camera store in the UK - a shop in Great Russell Street, London which has been open since 1988. Picture credit: Chris Cheesman
Tributes have been paid to photographer Bob Carlos Clarke who died after being hit by a train in what is believed to have been a suicide mission.
Irish Times photographer Bryan O’Brien has been crowned photographer of the year at the annual Picture Editors’ Awards – the first time the title has crossed the Irish Sea. Picture credit: Bryan O'Brien
Pentax is to stop selling its medium-format film-based cameras in Europe as a result of new EU environment regulations. And we can exclusively reveal that – as well as the Pentax 645NII and 67II – the company is set to…