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Photography In The News

This is my response to a debate that seems to rear its head in the photography industry from time to time. This time it has been dragged up again through an interesting article on David Hobby in Slate magasine. To get a sense of just how bad things are for professional photographers right now, the story […]

Image via Wikipedia The Prime Minister has bowed to intense public pressure regarding his ‘personal’ photographer. Andrew Parsons will no longer be paid for by the British Public now but by the Conservative Party instead. David Cameron has originally argued that Andrew Parsons would not just be working for the Prime Minister in Downing Street […]

Win a Ipad 16GB with the MedGadget photography competition. They are accepting all types of medical photography and illustrations from anyone. Check out their MedGadget Photography & Photoshop Competition webpage for more details. I have had a browse of my hardrive and come up with a couple of images, all you have to do is […]

The shortlist for the third Prix Pictet was announced on 10 November 2010 at Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris. There is an exhibition which will run from 12 to 27 November where members of the public can view the entries. There are twelve shortlisted artist’s work on display from the original 450 entrants.  The […]

I have just been looking at the photographs of the Hasselblad Masters competition some of them have just gone on display on the BBC news website. BBC News – In pictures: Hasselblad Masters For a competition that is acknowledged to be one of the most prestigious awards the industry has to offer I found the […]

Last week David Cameron came under fire bacause of his ‘personal’ photographer paid for by the Tax Payer. He was attacked in the House of Commons by Labour Leader Ed Miliband who mocked the Prime Minister saying ‘I can’t believe he is talking about hard choices this week because who has he chosen to put […]