By Dominic Ponsford 04 September 13:45
The news agency photographer who pictured drowned Syrian child Aylan Kurdi has spoken of her wish to capture the "scream" of the three-year-old’s "silent body".
Newsquest continues national cull of photographers with nine jobs at risk on northern England titlesBy Dominic Ponsford 03 September 16:44
Nine more jobs are set go in the latest stage of an apparent nationwide cull of photographers by regional newspaper group Newsquest.
By William Turvill 01 September 14:59
The move comes after Edwards was cleared of wrongdoing earlier this year following his arrest under the Metropolitan Police's Operation Elveden.
By Dominic Ponsford 25 August 12:55
UK press photographers are largely spurning a bid by the Notting Hill Carnival to charge them £100 to cover this year’s event.
By Conori Bell-Bhuiyan 20 August 12:08
Ken Wharfe, former Scotland Yard protection officer to Princess Diana, has told BBC Radio 4’s Media Show that he believes a Kensington Palace letter condemning paparazzi tactics was an “over the top approach”, and blamed the warning on police not communicating with photographers.
By Dominic Ponsford 19 August 12:21
Journalists wishing to cover the Notting Hill Carnival are being asked by organisers to pay an accreditation fee of £100 and to share their articles, photographs and video with them.
By PA Mediapoint 14 August 12:48
Kensington Palace has accused paparazzi photographers of harassing Prince George and Princess Charlotte, accusing them of going to "extreme lengths" to get pictures and urging the media not to use the images. (Reuters picture above shows family)
Photographer Nick Stern removes permission for Sun to use archive in protest at treatment of Anthony FranceBy Dominic Ponsford 20 July 11:27
Freelance photographer Nick Stern has withdrawn permission for The Sun to use his images as a protest against the treatment of reporter Anthony France.
By Dominic Ponsford 16 July 9:09
The US singer has been accused of double standards after she persuaded Apple to back down on plans to stream pop music for free.
Photographers face sack at Newsquest's Wiltshire titles - reporters told to take pictures on their phonesBy Dominic Ponsford 03 June 16:48
Six photography staff are being made redundant on Newsquest newspapers in Wiltshire and are to be replaced with reporters using smartphones.
Photographers condemn rules barring pictures from back of Downing Street as 'new low' in 'stage managed' electionBy William Turvill 27 April 10:43
Rules preventing pictures being at the back of Downing Street have been described by photographers as a "new low" in an election campaign of "attempted stage management and control of the media".
'The Prince of Wales calls me Arthur and I call him sir': Royal photographer reflects on 40-year Sun careerBy William Turvill 21 April 12:36
Long-serving Sun photographer Arthur Edwards is known by the Queen as Mr Edwards, Prince Charles as Arthur, and is shown great “respect” by Princes William and Harry.
By Matthew Gilley 10 April 14:20
The picture editor of The Mail on Sunday has left after 16 years in the job amid reported budget cuts.
UK Picture Editors' Guild backs campaign against use of 'head clutcher' pictures for mental health storiesBy Danny Buckland 31 March 12:53
Danny Buckland is a freelance journalist who has worked for the Daily Mail, Sun and Daily Mirror. He writes regularly about mental health issues and general health across national titles and websites and has become increasingly concerned about the use of ‘head clutcher’ images in print, on TV and on the web. He is part of a campaigning group that includes mental health charities, service users and other journalists who want to find a better way to illustrate stories about mental health. Here, he gives an update on the progress of the campaign:
By William Turvill 31 March 11:37
Freelance Mark Patterson has told how he complained to the force’s Professional Standards Directorate after an officer told him to stop taking photographs of a road traffic accident with his phone.
By Emilio Casalicchio 03 February 10:27
News yesterday that three BBC journalists were questioned by police for flying a drone at Davos last month followed the arrest in Surrey of a freelance journalist who flew a drone near the scene of a fatal fire. Here Press Gazette takes a look at the use of journalism drones in the UK and finds how journalists can use them responsibly
By William Turvill 19 January 11:20
Founded by a husband and wife in north-west London in 1954, Rex now has offices in London and Los Angeles and partner agencies in more than 40 countries.
Drone photographer to sue police for false imprisonment after arrest at scene of Surrey caravan fireBy Dominic Ponsford 07 January 16:32
A photojournalist arrested for breach of the peace after flying his drone near the scene of a fatal fire is planning to sue Surrey Police for wrongful arrest and false imprisonment.
By Dominic Ponsford 06 January 9:21
Parliament is today set to hear a call for the Government to consider banning unpixelated pictures of children from appearing in newspapers without the consent of parents.
By Press Gazette 18 December 11:55
Manchester-based news agency Cavendish Press has won an apology from the HM Courts and Tribunal Service after one of its journalists was ordered by security staff to delete pictures she took of a defendant as she stood on a pavement outside a courthouse.