The BPPA Bookshop – NOW OPEN

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We are getting loads of requests for copies of the Assignments catalogues – way more than expected – we’re really pleased that it is so popular! To make it a bit easier to deal with the demand we have just added a “Bookshop” to the BPPA website where you can buy the books. IT’S OPEN NOW!!! For those of you

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Assignments 2017 – IT’S OPEN!!

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The British Press Photographers’ Association is pleased to announce that ASSIGNMENTS 2017 is now accepting entries. There are a few things different from last year so please do read the new rules and how to enter – we are realists though – we know you will probably skip to the “how do I enter” bit without going through the rest

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It’s Bigger.. It’s Better… It’s Back!!!

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After the phenomenal success of last year’s ‘Assignments’ exhibition the British Press Photographers’ Association are pleased announce that IT’S BACK!!! Not only is it back – but it’s bigger and better this year! Assignments 2017 will go on display from 12th – 16th of October 2017 as part of PHOTOBLOCK

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Why is the DACS vote important?

in Opinion, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, Remember, Uncategorized by Andrew Wiard

  By now all in the DACS Payback scheme should have received their email prompting, expecting you to vote Yes for the CLA’s ECL. For What? CLA = Copyright Licensing Agency, ECL = Extended Collective Licensing. So, again, What? Today the CLA issues collective licences for ( amongst other things ) photocopying, DACS gets a cut from them, we then

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The AGM 2017

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The date for the BPPA AGM is fast approaching – May 4th 2017 – PLEASE COME ALONG!! It has been a good year for the BPPA – The highlight was definitely the “Assignments” exhibition – with lots of other good stuff going on behind the scenes! It would be great to see as many of you as possible on the evening for a

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Photography is not harassment

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  This is an open letter to the ITV management who have promoted their programme “Tonight: Harassment Uncovered” which, in places, confuses photography with sexual harassment. The programme aired at 7.30pm on the 23rd of February 2017 Dear ITV Professional photographers are against any and all harassment of people going about their private and lawful business. To suggest or imply anything

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Assignments 2016: The Photographs

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The wait is over. If you couldn’t make it to the Old Truman Brewery this month or if you just want to see it all over again, CLICK HERE for Assignment 2016: The BPPA Exhibition Thanks must go to all those members who rolled up their sleeves and covered themselves (and some walls) in paint, to our friends at Fixation who helped us

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Assignments 2016: The BPPA Exhibition

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Only a few days left until the launch of Assignments 2016 – an exhibition of the very best of British Press Photography over the last twelve months. This is the UK’s biggest exhibition of press photography and features work from some of the best photographers working in the UK today, as part of the “Photoblock” event at the Truman Brewery

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Assignments 2016

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

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  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

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