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An Unexpected Hiatus

  Well, you may (/not, which is fine…really) have noticed Eighteen39 taking an unusual extended break between publishing posts recently. Due to an extended photo-project-road trip (Go USA!) a new engagement (Go Wedding!) an awfully sick organ (Go gallbladder!…really, and gone) a

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An Unexpected Hiatus

  Well, you may (/not, which is fine…really) have noticed Eighteen39 taking an unusual extended break between publishing posts recently. Due to an extended photo-project-road trip (Go USA!) a new engagement (Go Wedding!) an awfully sick organ (Go gallbladder!…really, and gone) a

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It’s summer: time for a trip!

Long-loyal readers may remember my travels last summer to India; a month-long trip across Rajasthan. This summer I’ve decided on a destination a little easier to cope with than the harsh (but beautiful) lands of India – incredible though the trip

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It’s summer: time for a trip!

Long-loyal readers may remember my travels last summer to India; a month-long trip across Rajasthan. This summer I’ve decided on a destination a little easier to cope with than the harsh (but beautiful) lands of India – incredible though the trip

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BJP Article: BBC’s use of Twitter

We all know that news corporations have failed photographers on numerous occasions when it comes to crediting photographs correctly. Now, as bloggers and photographers call for changes to the system to be implemented, a dialogue is now taking place. The

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BJP Article: BBC’s use of Twitter

We all know that news corporations have failed photographers on numerous occasions when it comes to crediting photographs correctly. Now, as bloggers and photographers call for changes to the system to be implemented, a dialogue is now taking place. The

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Worried about copyright? You should be.

Those of you wishing to know your rights when it comes to the copyright of your work will no doubt be disappointed to hear that the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill received Royal Assent a few days ago. This act

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Worried about copyright? You should be.

Those of you wishing to know your rights when it comes to the copyright of your work will no doubt be disappointed to hear that the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill received Royal Assent a few days ago. This act

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Outstanding Contribution Award Winner: William Eggleston

The Guardian has reported that William Eggleston is to receive Outstanding Contribution to Photography Award at the Sony World Photography Awards this year: Now recognised as one of the pioneers of colour photography, Eggleston, 73, has been named a major influence by maverick film-makers

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Outstanding Contribution Award Winner: William Eggleston

The Guardian has reported that William Eggleston is to receive Outstanding Contribution to Photography Award at the Sony World Photography Awards this year: Now recognised as one of the pioneers of colour photography, Eggleston, 73, has been named a major influence by maverick film-makers

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New York City of Trees: Benjamin Swett

Some of you may remember photographer Benjamin Swett’s work featured here back in 2011. I was delighted to hear from Benjamin recently, and receive the news that his collection has now been published into book form in New York City of Trees.   An exhibition of Swett’s

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New York City of Trees: Benjamin Swett

Some of you may remember photographer Benjamin Swett’s work featured here back in 2011. I was delighted to hear from Benjamin recently, and receive the news that his collection has now been published into book form in New York City of Trees.   An exhibition of Swett’s

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Sony World Photography Awards Announce 2013 Finalists

  One of the largest competitions for both professional and emerging photographers, the Sony World Photography Awards, has announced their 2013 shortlist. This year well over 122,000 entries arrived from a staggering 170 countries – the highest number of submissions ever received. All

Moonlight #2 (From the Portfolio "A Portrait of the Matterhorn") by Nenad Saljic

Sony World Photography Awards Announce 2013 Finalists

  One of the largest competitions for both professional and emerging photographers, the Sony World Photography Awards, has announced their 2013 shortlist. This year well over 122,000 entries arrived from a staggering 170 countries – the highest number of submissions ever received. All

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In Administration: Jessops

Photographic store giant Jessops have now ceased trading. An estimated 1370 jobs have been lost, as 187 stores are now set to close. Founded in 1935 by Frank Jessop, their huge loss of sales has been accredited to the increasing lure of buying

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In Administration: Jessops

Photographic store giant Jessops have now ceased trading. An estimated 1370 jobs have been lost, as 187 stores are now set to close. Founded in 1935 by Frank Jessop, their huge loss of sales has been accredited to the increasing lure of buying

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Craig Easton wins Travel Photographer of the Year 2012

British photographer Craig Easton has been chosen as the winner of the Travel Photographer of the Year 2012 as well as the Cutty Sark Award with this striking image. ”Craig Easton beat entrants from more than 90 countries to win

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Craig Easton wins Travel Photographer of the Year 2012

British photographer Craig Easton has been chosen as the winner of the Travel Photographer of the Year 2012 as well as the Cutty Sark Award with this striking image. ”Craig Easton beat entrants from more than 90 countries to win