Max Cisotti CEO of Xclusivepix.com writes…

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Journalism, Law, Open letter, Opinion, Paparazzi, Photography, Press Photography, The Leveson Inquiry by

  In another of our occasional series of guest posts Max Cisotti CEO at Xclusivepix.com. A hugely experienced agent and photographer, he has allowed us to re-post something that he wrote around the time of the Leveson Inquiry about who and what the paparazzi are and about the symbiotic relationship between good photographers and the celebrity industry. I believe that as an

Max Cisotti CEO of Xclusivepix.com writes…

Commentating on the race to the bottom

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Journalism, Open letter, Opinion, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by Neil Turner

  Yet again The BPPA finds itself responding to a piece by Professor Roy Greenslade on The Guardian’s website. Yet again Professor Greenslade adds his influential voice to the drastically mistaken notion that anyone can take a picture good enough for a newspaper these days. Seriously? Have you looked at some of the utter rubbish that gets used in some

Neil TurnerCommentating on the race to the bottom

The Copyright Fight – David Bailey weighs in…

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Journalism, Law, Open letter, Photography, The BPPA by thebppa

  Today is the day when the UK Government could vote to include a seemingly innocuous clause in an otherwise largely uncontroversial piece of legislation that will not only harm our industry but also place this country at odds with a vital international treaty. It is upsetting, bizarre and unnecessary to the point of being farcical. The BPPA has been

thebppaThe Copyright Fight – David Bailey weighs in…

Another open letter to Professor Greenslade

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Journalism, Law, Open letter, Opinion, Paparazzi, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA, The Leveson Inquiry by thebppa

An Open letter written by Chris Eades – a member of The BPPA’s Board in response to Professor Roy Greenslade’s inaccurate blog on The Media Guardian website: Dear Mr Greenslade I am writing on behalf of your photographic colleagues in the British Press Photographers’ Association to express our disappointment and frustration at your recent series of articles about “paparazzi” seeking

thebppaAnother open letter to Professor Greenslade