The Premier League and Project Restart: The BPPA Matchday draws for Pool C

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The BPPA conducted draws for the two photo positions allocated to pool C for the following matches. For each match the entries are listed followed by the drawn names: Bournemouth v. Crystal Palace (20.06) 1. Action Plus Images. 2. Back Page Images. 3. Coloursport. 4. Copa Foto. 5. IPS Photo Agency. 6. Matchday Images. 7. TGS. Successfully drawn: 1. Action

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The Premier League and Project Restart: The BPPA Matchday draws for Pool C

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The BPPA conducted draws for the two photo positions allocated to pool C for the following matches. For each match the entries are listed followed by the drawn names: Brighton & Hove Albion v. Arsenal (20.06.20) 1. Pro Sport Images. 2. Telephot Images. 3. Back Page Images. 4. Prime Media. 5. Mark Pain Photography. 6. Propaganda. 7. SportImage. Successfully drawn:

BPPA EditorThe Premier League and Project Restart: The BPPA Matchday draws for Pool C

The Premier League and Project Restart: The BPPA Matchday draws for Pool C

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The BPPA conducted a draw for the two photo positions allocated to pool C on 16th June 2020. This draw was for the Manchester City v. Arsenal match at the Etihad stadium in Manchester on 17th June 2020. Fourteen names were supplied, from which, two were drawn: Action Plus AMA Sports Photo Agency  Anthony Devlin Photography BPI Coloursport Danehouse Photography

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Important notice for members of The BPPA

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Whilst the world is experiencing turbulent times due to the Covid 19 pandemic The BPPA will try to offer as much support and advice to our members as we can. At a specially convened Board Meeting there was a unanimous vote to offer all members the option of taking a payment holiday from their membership subscriptions for an initial period of three

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Assignments Live: Alan Crowhurst followed by John Downing’s Legacy

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Hilighting this talk that is open to BPPA members and non-members.   First up is Alan. Alan Crowhurst is an award-winning horseracing photographer contracted to Getty Images. His life has always involved racing, his grand father was a racecourse bookmaker. In this interview Alan talks about growing up in Brighton, taking up photography, his passion for his profession, what it takes to

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BPPA Response to Pride in London

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This year, Press Photographers that applied for accreditation to photograph the Pride In London parade and celebrations received the following email: Changes to accreditation in 2019: Pride in London have been working with our agency partners to review the security arrangements for Pride in London 2019. We’ve made a number of changes to the parade route which will enable us

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The BPPA welcomes the latest conviction of James Goddard

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The BPPA welcomes the latest conviction of James Goddard for his criminal assault on Joel Goodman, a BPPA member. No legitimate newsgatherer should ever be subjected to fear, violence or provocation in the course of their work.

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An open response to a recent social media post about gender in press photography

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The BPPA has come in for some criticism from a group called Women Photographers of the UK about what they refer to as the uneven representation of women in the current Assignments 2019 exhibition. You can read their open letter here on Medium. This is a response from Lynne Cameron, Vice Chair of The BPPA.   Dear Suzanne, Anna and Susannah

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This Friday is the now legendary BPPA and Snapperweb xmas party

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Just a quick reminder folks – this Friday is the now legendary BPPA and Snapperweb xmas party – and you are all invited!! It’s at Ye Olde Cock Tavern – 22 Fleet Street – pretty much opposite the High Court. Kick off from 6.30. As usual the highlight will be the charity raffle with prizes donated from our very generous

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Introducing the New Chairman

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Hello, I’m Lindsey and I’m your elected Chair.  I’m celebrating my thirtieth year in press photography this year. WOW. That number hadn’t crossed my mind until writing this.   I was seventeen years old and at sixth form college when I walked through the door at my parents’ house who I lived with, and announced I was leaving college and

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