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in Education, Law, Photography, Photojournalism, Photojurnalism, Remember, The BPPA by thebppa

Ok – now we have your attention. Every year DACS ( The Design and Artists Copyright Society) collects millions of pounds worth of royalties due for use of our photographs from libraries, universities and other organisations. It is payment for lending books, photocopying and things like that. They then redistribute this money to us through the “Payback Scheme” – and

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Assignments 2016

in Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by thebppa

The British Press Photographers’ Association is pleased to announce the launch of a major new exhibition of members work. Assignments 2016 will be displayed as part of the “London Photoblock” exhibition to be held during October at the Truman Brewery, in Brick Lane, at the bustling heart of the East End of London. For one week we will take over

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Brian Harris

And Then The Prime Minister Hit Me – the new book from Brian Harris.

in Education, Ethics, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by thebppa

  Veteran Fleet Street photographer and founder member of The BPPA Brian Harris has just published his long-awaited book “…and then the Prime Minister hit me”. You can follow the story of how the book came into being on Brian’s blog. When Brian Harris decided as a boy to give up his dream of being a newspaper cartoonist and instead

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Ian Forsyth

Self-publishing ‘Coast People’

in Current Affairs, Features, Journalism, Photojournalism by Ian Forsyth

As I write this post sitting at my desk in my home office I am surrounded by an ever-increasing collection of photography books. Books that I have been gathering over many years firstly as an amateur with a keen interest and now as a working professional photographer. Over these years and I assume like many other photographers I have always

Ian ForsythSelf-publishing ‘Coast People’
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

The Hut

in Current Affairs, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

‘The Hut’, six simple letters making two words, but which in the Borders region of Scotland , and in particular in Hawick, conjure up images of men linking arms, swaying, singing, drinking and 500 years of remembrance and history. I’ve photographed all over the world, in many exotic locations, from the jungles of Papua New Guinea to the boardrooms of

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Graham Harrison

Sir Harold Evans – interview

in Current Affairs, Education, Ethics, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by Graham Harrison

The book Pictures on a Page by Sir Harold Evans is widely considered the definitive text on photojournalism, layout and picture editing. Voted the all-time greatest British newspaper editor by British journalists in 2001, Evans made his name at the Northern Echo and at the Sunday Times, which he was editing when he wrote Pictures on a Page in 1978.

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