AIPP veers toward schism

February 16, 2018

After two weeks of tension boiling hot among hundreds of former and current AIPP members, the Institute has yet to respond to what has developed into a troubling situation. However, a scheduled monthly board meeting took place on February 15, … Continue reading


Two Aussies aim for World Press Photo top prize

February 22, 2018

Two Australian photographers, Patrick Brown and Adam Ferguson, are in the running to win the prestigious 2018 World Press Photo (WPP) Contest. For the first time the WPP went public with the six nominees’ in consideration for the top prize, … Continue reading


Getty frames copyright fail over Google as victory

February 15, 2018

Getty Images has persuaded Google to include ‘more prominent’ copyright disclaimers in Image Search, and remove the ‘view image’ button, to make users aware of potentially copyrighted material. – Oh yes, and the stock agency also signed a multi-year licensing … Continue reading


Free Unsplash photos are legally doubtful

February 15, 2018

Unsplash, an online ‘photo community’ where contributors waive their copyright for free commercial use, has been scolded for placing photographers, publishers, and itself in potentially dangerous legal scenarios. Many of the 300,000 free photos on the platform show people, places, … Continue reading

High end ‘rangefinder’ from Panasonic

February 14, 2018

Panasonic has announced April availability of the $1399 Lumix DC-GX9, the latest in its ‘rangefinder style’ GX series cameras. ‘The GX9 delivers the very best in Lumix image quality with the same sensor as Panasonic’s flagship G9. At the same … Continue reading

Sigma reveals 14-24mm f2.8 ‘Art’ lens

February 12, 2018

Sigma has announced ‘the development of’ (ie, it’s coming but we’re not saying when) a new member of the high-end Art range, the Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art for full-frame Canon, Nikon and Sigma mounts. There is no … Continue reading


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