Showing items tagged with 'photographers'
16 August 2018: Join us at Byline Festival next weekend for an NUJ LFB Panel discussion/Q&A on freelance journalism.
30 July 2018: Exhibition of 18 photographs taken by Mahmoud Abu Zeid aka Shawkan, winner of the 2018 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano Press Freedom Prize, who has been imprisoned since 2013 for taking pictures of a sit-in in Cairo, Egypt.
27 June 2018: The cut from five photographers to just one in Carlisle will come into effect next week, affected staff are being made redundant on Friday 29 June.
Information for journalists covering the "Free Tommy Robinson" demonstration on London on Saturday 9 June
8 June 2018: The NUJ has issued emergency legal contacts and tips for covering the far-right demonstration.
12 April 2018: The IFJ has accused the Israeli government of "fabricating lies to justify murder".
8 April 2018: The union has condemned the death of Yasser Murtaja who was shot while covering a demonstration in Gaza.
26 February 2018: If it's good enough to publish, it's good enough to be paid for. This guide will help hobby photographers get the rate for the job and prevent them from being ripped off.
#useitpayforit: NUJ condemns Newsquest’s scheme which rewards newspapers which don’t pay for photographs
20 February 2018: The regional newspaper publisher, has given cash prizes to centres which have used the most unpaid-for copy and photographs.
20 February 2018: Gerry undertook assignments all over the world, but was best known as the main photographer for the Times Education Supplement Scotland.
19 February 2018: A photograph of Ukip leader Henry Bolton on the tube with his then-girlfriend Jo Marney was snapped up by the press and led to his demise.