Showing items tagged with 'photography'
14 January 2019: Learn to create powerful audio-visual stories for broadcast, digital and social platforms with your smartphone, using apps and techniques used by journalists at the world’s top broadcasters.
21 December 2018: Alamy is still ripping off photographers but the NUJ welcomes the partial company climbdown on commission rate cuts
7 December 2018: The union's Photographers' Council has urged Alamy to reverse a decision to cut to the commission photographers will receive for images sold through the stock photo agency.
18 September 2018: Irish justice minister says he is "favourably disposed" to introducing legislation to make it an offence to photograph Gardaí
11 September 2018: NUJ welcomed Shawkan's imminent return to his family and friends but condemned his long imprisonment simply for working as a journalist
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.
30 May 2018: A new draft law seeks to criminalise the recording, photographing and filming of Israeli soldiers on duty.
12 February 2018: NUJ member and one of the most important photographers of the 20th century has died aged 82.
10 April 2017: The motion calls for the photographing or filming of Gardaí on duty to be made a criminal offence.
28 November 2016: Exhibition of photographs on protest, repression and daily life in Egypt, by the jailed Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid, known as Shawkan.