Argyll and Bute Council has been forced to overturn a photography ban it imposed on a nine-year-old student, following intense media coverage of her school meals photography blog
Rights 15 Jun 2012
The London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games has announced that "large photographic and broadcast equipment over 30cm in length" will not be allowed in the venues during the July and August sport...
Rights 01 Jun 2012
"[Agence France-Presse] got caught with a hand in the cookie jar and will have to pay." This statement, written in 2010 by an AFP photo desk editor, could become reality if a judge finds in favour of freelance...
Copyright 01 May 2012
A manager for G4S, a security firm, has said that security guards working to protect the Olympic site in London are trained to deter people from taking photographs, it has been claimed
Street Rights 23 Apr 2012
A French organisation representing professional photographers has launched a new campaign against the abusive use of photographs, often without proper remuneration, by editors and marketers
Rights 06 Apr 2012
Pinterest, the new social networking site that lets people "pin" images found online, has been accused of encouraging the copyright infringement of photographs. But, BJP finds, photographers can easily...
Copyright 22 Mar 2012
Ed Vaizey, the UK's Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, will address the photographic industry at the upcoming Sony World Photography Awards ceremony in London, says the Stop43...
Rights 21 Mar 2012
A deputy picture editor for The Daily Telegraph's website has been caught arguing that editorial staff is not required to gain clearance for the use of images online due to the nature of the industry,...
Rights 10 Feb 2012
Getty Images stands accused of intellectual property right infringement after it was successfully sued in a French court by the heiresses of iconic furniture designers
Stock Agencies 23 Jan 2012
Freelance photographer Daniel Morel, Agence France-Presse and Getty Images are now moving for a summary judgment in the two-year-old case
Rights 18 Jan 2012
London Underground is considering opening Aldwych station to professional photographers after facing a storm of protests for banning DSLR cameras at the historical underground station, BJP can reveal
Street Rights 10 Jan 2012
A ban on digital SLRs at Aldwych Underground Station was imposed after London Transport Museum feared that the use of professional equipment "could delay the tours" of the station
Street Rights 06 Dec 2011
The British Press Photographers' Association has asked to appear in front of the Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press after a number of high-profile witnesses criticised photographers...
Rights 01 Dec 2011
Most Popular Articles
Updating your subscription status
We have a vacancy for a Senior Lecturer in Photography at Bath School of Art and Design
We're Creative Escapes, an award winning creative holiday company based in London.
Bonhams is looking for a full-time photographer for its sale catalogues