A striking lupin landscape has won International Garden Photographer of the Year for UK photographer Richard Bloom.
Samyang has revealed two new cine lenses, the Xeen 14mm T3.1 and 35mm T1.5, expanding its family of '4K+' lenses for filmmakers and videographers to five.
Plans to move the historic RPS Collection from the National Media Museum in Bradford to London have sparked anger
Sony has announced three premium full frame 'G Master' lenses for its Alpha 7 cameras
Sony has announced the A6300 compact system camera with 24-million-pixel APS-C sensor
A family self-portrait that was rudely photobombed by a grinning horse has been declared rightful winner of a competition, despite a complaint that the owner of the horse had not given permission for the shot.
Sony has named fine-art photographers RongRong & inri as winners of the Outstanding Contribution to Photography prize at this year’s Sony World Photography Awards.
The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, announced today, is built to shoot 170 raw files at 14 frames per second before it starts to slow down
The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) Collection will transfer to the V&A in London, in a move set to create the ‘world’s foremost collection on the art of photography’.
An incredible image of a diving kingfisher has won the Societies’ Photographer of the Year title for the UK.
The best images from the 2015 Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year reveal a ‘visual feast of extraordinary, dramatic and atmospheric moments’, say organisers.
Nikon has released firmware updates for the D3300, D5500 and D5300.
Sony has launched a new line of USB storage devices, offering a read transfer speed of up to 130MB/s.
Manfrotto has released a carbon-fibre version of its 190Go! tripod which debuted last year.
Olympus has turned back the clock to the 1960s by announcing a micro-four-thirds version of the Pen-F, a film-based SLR.
Former 'Doctor Who' star Matt Smith is set to play controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in a biopic, reports claim.
Sir Kenneth Corfield, the founder of renowned British camera maker K G Corfield, has died aged 91.
This is the photograph of a regular potato which sold for a somewhat less-than-ordinary €1m.
The winners of an online competition that explored ‘the complexities of ageing’ have been plucked from more than 1,200 entries.
It has been one of the most anticipated cameras of the last couple of years, but the Fujifilm X-Pro2 has finally arrived, and we have been fortunate enough to use a pre-production version of the camera. Technique Editor, Phil Hall,…