A flashmob at New Scotland Yard drove home the point that just because you're taking pictures doesn't mean you're planning an act of terror
As electioneering gears up, and starts to get dirty, political parties should be careful about which images they use
... but now the battle begins. The Digital Economy Bill may have dropped its orphan works clause, but it'll be back.
Orphan works legislation, proposed by the Digital Economy Bill, will destroy professional photography and make life difficult and dangerous for all users of online images
A few photos of the local landscape
Normandy's most beautiful department takes on its fall colours
For web designers and bloggers, copyright issues surrounding photographs can be a nightmare - and spell potential disaster. But there is an easy solution.
This beautiful area of Normandy is known for its rolling countryside - but it sometimes rises to more spectacular heights
Normandy's most beautiful department features in a new fine-art photography calendar
It's no wonder that microstock photo agencies are merging into a few big players - this kind of market is all about aggregating
For the past few days we've been waking up to a strange sight. Fog.
AP is setting up a registry to track use of its material and take action against infringers. Is this a good thing?
The Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi is impossible to translate into English. But elements of it have a resonance for some of us in the West - especially (in our case) in the garden
Some large organisations, like Google, want to turn a profit from other people's work
NT gets aggressive over copyright, going after photo libraries and grabbing rights to competition entries