By Dominic Ponsford 25 November 10:21
Press Association photographer Lewis Whyld has revealed how he used an un-manned drone to take pictures of a Typhoon-ravaged city in the Philippines.
By Darren Boyle 23 November 11:06
Journalist Kieron Bryan has described his first job covering a Greenpeace demonstration as “a baptism of fire”.
By Darren Boyle 22 November 10:32
Kieron Bryan today vowed to never again do Soduku following his release from a Russian prison cell.
By Darren Boyle 20 November 12:09
Jailed journalist Kieron Bryan was today granted bail after spending more than 60 days locked up in a Russian prison cell.
By Darren Boyle 19 November 16:57
Jailed journalist Kieron Bryan is expected to be granted bail later this week after a Russian court said protestors from Argentina, Bazil, Canada, Italy New Zealand and Poland were eligible for release.
By Darren Boyle 19 November 9:07
French police have released CCTV footage of a man suspected of blasting a photo journalist with a shotgun leaving him fighting for his life.
By Darren Boyle 18 November 16:52
A bail hearing for jailed journalist Kieron Bryan has been adjourned until Wednesday after problems with a translator at the court in St Petersburg earlier today.
By Darren Boyle 18 November 12:51
Jailed journalist Kieron Bryan is due in a Russian court later today where prosecutors are looking to extend his period of detention.
By Darren Boyle 12 November 15:18
Jailed journalist Kieron Bryan has been moved from the port city of Murmansk to St Petersburg along with the 29 other detainees.
By Darren Boyle 09 November 9:00
This is the dramatic moment when masked Russian special forces fast-roped from a helicopter onto the deck of the Greenpeace vessel Arctic Sunrise.
Cameron calls Putin and London Assembly passes motion calling for release of jailed journalist Kieron BryanBy Darren Boyle 07 November 10:27
The London Assembly has called for the immediate release of jailed journalist Kieron Bryan who has been in custody for the past 50 days.
By Darren Boyle 06 November 10:33
Russia has not appeared at an international court hearing surrounding the jailing of British journalist Kieron Bryan and a group of Greenpeace activists.
By Darren Boyle 05 November 15:47
A major exhibition of the best press photographers of 2013 has opened at the Museum of London following the UK Picture Editors’ Guild awards.
By Darren Boyle 05 November 12:33
The Royal Family has written to UK newspaper editors asking them not to publish photographs of the monarchy outside their official duties. This follows an email from Clarence House asking for the removal of photographs of Prince Harry on a recent trip to Nandos.
By Press Association 01 November 17:26
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks was asked to authorise a £4,000 payment for photographs of Prince William dressed in a bikini leaked by a Sandhurst contact, a court heard today.
I blogged last year about an incident in Shropshire that raised some important questions for press photographers.
By Darren Boyle 28 October 8:48
A Daily Mail photographer was left with a badly cut head after a footballer crashed into him on the sideline of a premier league match.
Greenpeace cameraman Kieron Bryan faces seven-year jail term after piracy charge changed to hooliganismBy Darren Boyle 24 October 9:51
Russia has dropped piracy charges against British journalist Kieron Bryan and 29 Greenpeace activists instead reclassifying them as “hooligans”.
By Darren Boyle 23 October 9:55
The Free Kieron Bryan campaign is to hold a silent protest outside the Russian Embassy calling for the immediate release of the freelance journalist.
By Darren Boyle 21 October 10:26
UK consular officials will visit a British journalist detained by Russian authorities on piracy charges later this week.