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  1. Photographers react to new terrorism search law

    Earlier this month the Government handed police new powers to stop photographers and other people in areas where they suspect an act of terrorism will take place. However, photographers are sceptical. Isn't this just the return of the controversial stop-and-search law in new clothes?

  2. Photographer Bob Carlos Clarke movie plans revealed

    Five years after the tragic death of photographer Bob Carlos Clarke, plans to release a film about his work are revealed.

  3. Photographer quizzed by police has great Xscape

    Tables have been turned on security staff at a major entertainments complex as police tell management they were wrong to stop an amateur photographer from taking pictures outside.

  4. Japan’s CP + show spawns Olympus ‘Super Zoom’ 3D camera

    Olympus is set to unveil a clutch of new compact cameras at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show in Japan, headed up by the SZ-10 ‘Super Zoom’.

  5. Pentax 25mm f/4 645D lens targets ‘outdoor photographers’

    Pentax has tonight officially announced full details of a soon-to-be-launched 25mm f/4 lens for the 645D medium-format camera.

  6. Photography review ‘a big advance’, says Austin Mitchell MP

    Photography rights campaigner Austin Mitchell MP has hailed the recent counter-terrorism review a ‘big advance’ for photographers, though he also brands the reforms a ‘government fudge’.

  7. Photographers react to terror law reforms

    Photographers have cautiously welcomed the Government’s counter-terrorism review but raised doubts that it will prevent them being stopped when taking pictures in public.

  8. Photographers stop and search to be cut, says Home Secretary (update 6.15pm)

    Police powers to stop and search innocent photographers will be restricted as part of a reform of counter-terrorism laws, the Home Secretary has indicated.

  9. Photography police swoop on ‘suspicious’ professor, 78

    Police insist they had every right to stop an innocent 78-year-old who was taking photographs in Norwich city centre but have refused to say why his actions were deemed ‘suspicious’.

  10. Counter Terrorism Review delayed until ‘New Year’ (update 4.30pm)

    The Government has confirmed it has delayed publication of its review of counter-terrorism laws until the New Year.

  11. Photographer’s terror stop sparks watchdog response

    A photographer stopped by anti-terror police while covering a wedding reception two years ago has received a response to a complaint she lodged with the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

  12. Sold: Monroe photo that secret service tried to ban

    A photograph of Marilyn Monroe with JFK, which had escaped the eyes of the US Secret Service 48 years ago, has sold at an auction in New York.

  13. Police stop photographer over snow pictures

    Amateur photographer magazine technical writer Richard Sibley has been stopped by police while taking photos of snow in Bromley, Kent today.

  14. Jackie Kennedy and Monroe photos star at auction

    A photograph of Jackie Kennedy captured just hours after the assassination of JFK will go on sale at auction in New York next month.

  15. Helena Christensen plays photographer in ‘Blow-Up tribute’

    Supermodel-turned-photographer Helena Christensen stars in a short film billed by its makers as a tribute to the cult classic Blow-Up.

  16. Olympus reveals Pen E-PL1s micro system camera

    Olympus has unleashed the Pen E-PL1s, a variant of the E-PL1 Micro Four Thirds camera, which boasts an equivalent ISO expanded to 6400.

  17. Semi nude Kate Moss photos win ‘Best of British’ billing

    Semi-nude images of Kate Moss captured as part of an advertising campaign for lingerie designer Agent Provocateur star in a ‘Best of British’ exhibition, just opened in London.

  18. Theresa May to ‘challenge’ ACPO on photographers’ rights (update2)

    The body in charge of coordinating police policy must play a greater role in the behaviour of officers who stop photographers taking pictures in public, the Home Secretary has warned.

  19. Photographers must help train terror police, says MP

    An MP has today urged photographers to take collective action in helping to train police officers in correct use of anti-terrorism laws, reports www.journalism.co.uk

  20. Flagship photography museum faces 15% cuts

    Britain’s flagship photography institution will lose 15% in Government grants over the next four years as a result of the Comprehensive Spending Review, Amateur Photographer can reveal.