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.
Just in time for summer Italian tripod maker Manfrotto has launched a range of models specifically designed for nature photographers.
Billed as its smallest-ever digital camera Samsung has launched an ‘ultra-slim’ five-million-pixel digital compact called the i5.