Documentary photographers have traditionally aspired to tell other people’s stories. For 15 years, artist Raphaela Rosella and the women close to her have forged their… Read more
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US art appropriator, Richard Prince, may have finally met his match in the legal arena after a judge green lit a copyright lawsuit against him over the infamous 'New Portraits' Instagram series.
A New York federal judge refused to throw out two lawsuits filed by photographers, Donald Graham and Eric McNatt, despite Prince requesting dismissal by once again arguing his work is Fair Use, a controversial exception to copyright infringement. Read more
Portraying injustices is not something novel. From the beginning of the twentieth century to present day, many photographers have been concerned about leaving their mark. But can we try to change the world – even make it a better place – through a photograph? Read more
Oliver breastfeeding. Oliver at five dressed in a tutu. Oliver at ten with his pet mouse in his vest pocket, an exquisite re-staging of Leonardo… Read more
This outline of a way forward to create a new professional photographers' association relies heavily on input from countless discussions and email exchanges with concerned professional photographers over the past six weeks, not to mention many hundreds of comments on the Facebook page set up initially to gauge interest in re-starting an 'AIPP-like' professional photographers association... Read more