Historians have prized open a treasure trove of camera club images to reveal a history of North-West England over the past 100 years. Picture credit: Roger Fenton
Japan’s production of digital SLRs with interchangeable lenses will rise by 23.4% this year, meaning that 4.68m kits will be shipped from factories, according to new trade figures.
A new world record was last night set for a photograph sold at auction when a picture by US photographer Edward Steichen sold for the equivalent of £1.68m - nearly…
Independent lens maker Tamron has today unveiled a 17-50mm zoom lens specifically designed for use with digital SLRs that have an APS-C size imaging sensor.
Panasonic has unwrapped two new Lumix digital compacts both of which are claimed to be the smallest cameras in their class.
Dedicated AP reader George Bodnar has just been granted a rare Royal Warrant by the Prince of Wales. Picture credit: George Bodnar
This picture of a mother with her emaciated child at an emergency feeding station in Niger has scooped the World Press Photo of the Year for Reuters photographer Finbarr O’Reilly.…
Family and friends yesterday attended a memorial service for renowned photographer Lord Lichfield who died of a stroke in November.
Sagem has added a pair of new dye-sublimation photo printers to its Photo Easy line-up.
AP hopes to win Home Office approval for a document that would clearly state photographers’ rights when taking pictures in public. Picture credit: Chris Gatcum
The camera used by a man who fell 300ft to his death from the Shell Tower in central London has failed to give police any clues as to how or…
Stacks of SLRs and lenses will be up for grabs tomorrow as part of an auction of gear resulting from Sangers Limited going into administration last year.
A high-end heavyweight inkjet paper said to offer better blacks and shadow detail than traditional silver fibre-based papers has been launched by ChauDigital.
If you fancy having one of your pictures printed on boxes of Ilford Photo b&w paper then a free-to-enter print competition could be just the ticket.
Photography legend David Bailey has been drafted in to help judge a new photo competition which has been launched by The Guardian newspaper’s Weekend magazine.
Miniature digital still cameras are being used to monitor troublespots and gather evidence of criminal and antisocial behaviour on council estates in Camden, north London.
Lexmark is to shut its only inkjet cartridge factory in the UK but has refuted a BBC report that attributed cutbacks to falling worldwide demand for its cartridges.
The world’s first digital SLR to feature a live colour view on its LCD screen has been unveiled by Olympus.
Panasonic has launched the DMC-FZ7, a six-million-pixel digital camera featuring manual exposure and focus control.
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television (NMPFT) still plans to open a permanent exhibition space in London. However, a year after it first discussed the move the museum…