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Ocean Art Contest 2018 – The Winners in Pictures

22 January 2019 A picture of three giant devil rays performing an underwater ballet has won an ocean photography competition which showcases the beauty of untouched marine wildlife. The Ocean Art Contest 2018 also featured dolphins, seahorses and crabs, among other less familiar deep sea creatures. Of the thousands of images entered by photographers from […]

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British Life Photography Awards 2019 – The Winners in Pictures

21 January 2019 A picture of lambs gathering at feeding time is the overall winner of this year’s British Life Photography awards.  The image, titled ‘Lambing Intensive Care’ taken by Amy Bateman in Cumbria also won the Rural Life category. She said of the picture: ‘This is a self-portrait. At lambing time we occasionally get […]

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CES 2019: Instant Printing is the Future for Nostalgia-Laden Kodak and Polaroid

11 January 2019 Instant camera brands have been busy in recent years, bringing the iconic analogue prints back to life, and slap bang into the 21st century.  The new wave of models that combine the tradition of an instant print with digital technology to store, enhance and share, have hit the spot for light-hearted photographers […]

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CES 2019: The Latest Camera Launches from Nikon, Sony and Sharp

10 January 2019 The world’s biggest tech trade show is coming to a close in Las Vegas.  Alongside a host of weird and wonderful gadgets, from foldable phones to lovable robots, we saw a smattering of photographic releases at CES 2019. Despite anticipation for some exciting new camera models, the photographic industry has kept a […]

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New Canon and Sony Camera Releases Rumoured for CES 2019

4 January 2019 The world’s biggest tech show is right around the corner, and the rumour mill is churning about what will and won’t be announced.  Taking place in Las Vegas from next Tuesday, 8 January, until Friday 11 January 2019, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) attracts all the biggest tech companies (well, except Apple) […]

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RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2018 – The Winners in Pictures

3 January 2019 A powerful image of the preserved body of the famous tortoise Lonesome George has taken top spot in the RSPCA Young Photographer Awards 2018. The picture of the Pinta Island Galapagos tortoise, whose death marked the final extinction of his species,  was taken by 17-year-old Lucy Hutton from Northumberland.  Entered into the […]

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Photography Awards to Enter in January 2019

2 January 2019 What better way to start the year than by entering a photography competition?  There are a host of deadlines coming up in January, so gather your prints and get entering… Sony World Photography Awards  Deadline for Open and Youth categories : 4 January 2019, 13:00 GMT Deadline for Professional category: 11 January […]

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What’s On Now – Photography Exhibitions Across the UK

28 December 2018 From Edinburgh to Bournemouth, portraits to wildlife, contemporary to historic, there are a host of great photography exhibitions on display across the UK right now.  We take a look at some of the best… MANCHESTER Martin Parr: Return to Manchester Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL Until 22 April 2019 […]

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Photo of Mysterious Phenomenon Wins Astrology Competition

A photo of a mysterious phenomenon has won the first ever Hebridean Dark Skies Festival photography competition. Called Meet Steve, by local photographer Casey McIntyre, the photograph captures a rare phenomenon called STEVE (Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement). Astronomers have been exploring what causes the celestial phenomenon, which can be seen during displays of the […]

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Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 – The Winners in Pictures

13 December 2018 Italian photographer Stefano Pensotti has been named the overall winner of the Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 awards, with a portfolio of images from across three continents.  Amateur and professional photographers from 142 countries submitted over 20,000 images, and photographers from 22 countries feature amongst the winners.  All the winning images will […]

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