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Photographers’ council concerned by Alamy contracts

11 March 2015: The photographers’ council is concerned by the proposed changes to contracts relating to the photographic portal Alamy.

Tribute to NUJ stalwart Larry Doherty

10 March 2015: NUJ stalwart and veteran photographer Larry Doherty has died

NUJ condemns Garda order against Photocall Ireland

17 February 2015: Photographers cannot be made to be instruments of the state, says Irish Secretary, after journalist is forced to hand over images from outside the Department of Justice in Dublin.

Hannah Weller’s campaign on press intrusion may have chilling results

9 January 2015: Why banning pictures of children is wrong.

Morale at 'rock bottom' as Johnston Press announces more photographic redundancies

6 November 2014: Johnston Press has announced a range of job cuts for photographers across its local sites.

NUJ launches new range of professional courses

15 May 2014: Whether you want to learn to build a website, take high-quality pictures on your smartphone, become a video-journalist, travel writer, publish a book or add PR skills to your freelance portfolio, the NUJ can help.

Press & editorial photography with basic cameras, Sept 2014

12 May 2014: This one-day, hands-on workshop will show how to transform photography, using inexpensive "compact" or smartphone cameras, into publishable images.

NUJ condemns Johnston Press contracts for freelance photographers

2 May 2014: The NUJ has strongly condemned a contract circulated to freelance photographers by Johnston Press.

Mexico: the most dangerous country to be a journalist

9 May 2012: NUJ President Donnacha DeLong reviews CAFOD's photography exhibition, "The Silenced: Fighting for Press Freedom in Mexico".

Met Police changes photography guidance

30 July 2009: The Metropolitan Police has changed its public guidance on photography to reflect concerns raised by the NUJ.

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