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  1. Photographer in police picture ban sparks Met probe (update 3.15pm)

    The Metropolitan Police has promised to launch an investigation after its officers prevented a photographer taking pictures of police cadets in Romford, Essex.

  2. Police stop photographer in Trafalgar Square

    A photographer was yesterday stopped in Trafalgar Square in a move that appears to suggest the war on photography and tripods in public is far from over.

  3. Photographers’ rights campaign spawns lens cloth launch

    Rules on photography in public places have been spelled out in black and white on a photographers' lens cloth set to be given away with Amateur Photographer (AP) magazine's 10 July issue.

  4. National Trust U-turn on Devon beauty spot pics

    The National Trust has done a dramatic U-turn after it banned pictures of a popular Devon beauty spot from a prestigious landscape photography competition.

  5. Getty hits back at Flickr deal critics

    Getty Images has hit back at criticism over its deal with Flickr, telling photographers it will give potential buyers confidence that their images have been legally obtained.

  6. Amateur photographers warned over Getty’s Flickr deal

    Getty Images may have taken its deal with image sharing website Flickr a step too far as a storm of protest rages about its potential implications for amateur and professional photographers.

  7. Delayed Sigma SD15 DSLR gets UK price

    Sigma's delayed SD15 DSLR will go on sale next month...

  8. Leica Camera Ltd to close UK office (update 2.48pm)

    Amateur Photographer understands that Leica's UK office in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire will close on 31 August.

  9. Pentax 645D comes to Europe (update 5.15pm)

    The Pentax 645D medium format digital camera has been brought to Europe for an invitation-only event that opens today in Paris, France.

  10. Science Museum hosts NMM photography fundraiser

    It seems all but official that the Science Museum will serve as the venue for the National Media Museum (NMM)’s London outpost.

  11. Sigma’s SD15 DSLR hit by further delay

    Sigma has once again delayed the launch of its long-awaited SD15 DSLR, Amateur Photographer understands.

  12. Jessops to step up mystery shopper project

    Jessops is to step up its mystery shopper programme as part of a nationwide plan to improve customer service at its 211 stores, says chief executive Trevor Moore in an interview with AP...

  13. Pentax delays 645D digital flagship

    Pentax Japan has delayed the launch of its 645D medium format digital camera, blaming ‘high demand’.

  14. Nude Kate Moss photos boast ‘feline grace’

    An enlarged contact sheet featuring 14 nude Kate Moss photographs is expected to fetch up to £30,000 at an auction in London later today. Picture credit: Christie's Images Ltd 2010

  15. Government approves photography museum’s London plan

    The National Media Museum (NMM) - whose trustees include Bond film producer and photo collector Michael G Wilson – has received Government approval to open a base in London, Amateur Photographerhas learnt.

  16. Pentax turns loss into profit as DSLR sales surge

    Sales of Pentax DSLRs rose substantially in the three months to 31 March, helping Pentax turn an operating loss of a year ago into a 1,331million yen profit.

  17. Jessops boss (video interview): We plan to make a profit this year

    Jessops chief executive Trevor Moore spells out his plans for the future of the chain as it strives to boost customer service and turn a 'modest profit' in 2010...

  18. Pentax won’t rule out mirrorless camera

    Pentax engineers are continuing to pursue the possibility of launching a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, as the firm points to an ‘exciting’ few months ahead.

  19. Photographer’s controversial show sparks second police visit

    A controversial exhibition of images captured by photographer Bob Carlos Clarke has sparked a second visit from police.

  20. Polaroid: We did not ‘twist our story’ (update)

    Polaroid has insisted that its recently announced Polaroid 300 instant film camera is the first of a number of analogue models it plans to launch in the coming months.

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