Hewlett-Packard (HP) has unwrapped four new ‘compact’ photo printers featuring a printing resolution of 4800dpi. They are all due in UK shops next month.
Owners of books containing pictures of naked children taken by the photographer David Hamilton risk being arrested for possession of ‘indecent photographs’ and should ‘destroy’ the books immediately, police warn.
Ilford Photo has hit out at an article published in the Independent on Sunday on 26 June which claimed that the b&w giant had ‘disappeared’ in the wake of the digital revolution.
Frank Hatton – a man who spent more than 50 years in the photographic industry and who established the Photo Marketing Association’s (PMA) UK office - has died.
A 23-year-old photographer from London has won this year’s Times/Tabasco Young Photographer of the Year Award – the most hotly fought contest in the competition’s history. Picture credit: Clara Molden
Politician Austin Mitchell has urged AP readers to lobby their local MP to support his House of Commons petition backing AP’s photography rights campaign.
A pinhole camera ‘balloon race’ is due to take place on Saturday 2 July to promote a month-long exhibition of pinhole photography in Wiltshire. Pinhole picture credit: Chris Gatcum
There is growing support for AP’s campaign against measures that threaten photographers’ right to take pictures in public. This follows an announcement by London Mayor Ken Livingstone - backed by the Metropolitan Police - that photographers using digital cameras and…
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Ilford Photo has confirmed its ‘total commitment’ to b&w products – including paper - four months after the Ilford brand was brought back to life in a management buyout.
Kodak has ceased production of its entire range of black & white photographic papers after a ‘dramatic’ drop in demand of 25-30% over recent years.
A photographic holiday to Cuba worth more than £2,500 can be won in a free-to-enter competition open to UK photography enthusiasts.
One of the largest importers of ‘Epson-compatible’ inkjet printer cartridges has agreed to pay ‘substantial’ damages to Epson – and to stop selling the cartridges - after alleged patent violation.
Nikon UK has confirmed that its new 6.1-million-pixel digital SLR, the D50, will be out in shops on 17 June.
Samsung has revealed an eight-million pixel digital camera with a 15x optical zoom called the Digimax Pro815.
AgfaPhoto UK is ‘trading strongly and is financially viable’, despite the news that its parent company AgfaPhoto GmbH filed for insolvency recently, claims a UK source.
Pentax is poised to launch a new 6.1-million-pixel digital SLR called the *ist DL which is due on UK high streets in July at a penny under £500.
Kodak has discontinued its DCS Pro SLR/n and DCS Pro SLR/c digital SLRs to concentrate on making imaging sensors. However, the company insists it is not ruling out future production of digital SLRs.
Once again law-abiding photography enthusiasts risk becoming the target of police tactics designed to catch paedophiles.
Fay Godwin, one of Britain’s best-known landscape photographers, has died aged 74. She was self-taught and took up photography in the 1960s, beginning with portraits of her children.