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  1. Photographer Irving Penn photos set to star at auction

    Photos by legendary photographer Irving Penn, who died yesterday, are set to be auctioned at Christie's in New York today amid speculation that prices may spiral. Picture credit: Christie's Images Ltd 2009

  2. Irving Penn death: London show to go ahead (update)

    An exhibition of Irving Penn photos will go ahead at the National Portrait Gallery in London, despite the photographer's death yesterday, the gallery has confirmed today.

  3. Photography legend Penn dead at 92

    Legendary photographer Irving Penn has died, aged 92.

  4. Photographer quizzed over pics taken from home

    Police in Gloucestershire have insisted that they have a duty to investigate all complaints after a photography enthusiast was quizzed over pictures captured from his own house.

  5. Panasonic bakes Lumix G1 cake to celebrate Micro system anniversary

    Panasonic has baked a big cake - made to resemble its DMC-G1 camera - to celebrate the first anniversary of the Lumix G Micro System.

  6. Photographers warn of confusion over PM statement

    Prime Minister Gordon Brown's assertion that it is not illegal to photograph a police officer, provided you have a 'reasonable excuse', has sparked confusion among photographers.

  7. Sigma DP1s specification

    Full specification for Sigma's DP1s digital compact camera

  8. Sigma upgrades DP1s APS-C sensor digital compact camera

    Sigma has announced an upgrade for its APS-C sensor compact camera - the DP1. The new model, called DP1s, is said to allow the Quick Set function used by the DP2 and SD14 cameras to be allocated to the digital zoom buttons on the rear of the camera. Sigma also claims improved metering for backlit subjects.

  9. Disqualified World Press Photo before and after: Photographer defends ‘retouching’ (update Thursday 3.50pm)

    A photographer has today defended his digital manipulation of an image that led to his disqualification from the World Press Photo competition. Picture credit: Stepan Rudik