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Robert Harding Dives Deep Underwater




Robert Harding World Imagery are showcasing some of their spectacular photos of the world’s oceans. Their underwater photographer, Reinhard Dirscherl, a World Press Photo prize winner, has had adventures in a world that few have experienced. His oceanic subjects have included giant turtles off the coast of Hawaii, great whites in California and Atlantic sailfish off the Yucatan coast in Mexico, one image of which won a prize at the World Press Photo 2011.

Other recent subjects are the cream of their wonderful images of the Maldives, the precious ocean paradise that draws in thousands of visitors each year, yet whose future is at risk due to rising sea levels.

Harding also celebrate the global party starting this month in the world’s Catholic countries. Carnival encompasses public celebration, masquerade and an overturning of everyday life. Their photographers capture the most riotous and colourful of them all - including Venice, Viareggio, Nice and the king of all carnivals, Rio de Janeiro.

Website: www.robertharding.com

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CEPIC Congress 2017 Berlin 15th – 17th June
In 2017, CEPIC will welcome delegates from many countries of the world to the biggest gathering of image professionals,for three intense days of greeting friends and partners around a solid program of seminars and events, in Berlin from 15th to 17th June.

BAPLA Infographic How Social Media Costs Image Creators Money
Social Media like facebook, Google, Pinterest, Linked-in and others commonly strip copyright data from visual media, and make money from advertising as these media are shared by millions of users, without any recompense to the original image creator, or the photolibrary or other licence holder who markets the copyrighted material.

Job Vacancy - Web editor Wellcome Collection
They are looking for a web editor to produce articles with visual images form this famous medical collection, to join their growing editorial team and deepen engagement with their existing global public and professional audiences.

Adobe Previews New Sky Replacement Tool
Blown-out skies will be a thing of the past if new Adobe's new filter, demonstrated in Photoshop, at Adobe Max photography event, becomes widely used: SkyReplace is a new technology which automatically replaces the sky in images, either with one selected by the photographer or from a bank of images.

Google Launches Pixel Smartphones Featuring ‘The Best Smartphone Camera Ever’
The internet giant has unveiled its first smartphone handset, aimed at the discerning smartphone photographer, and featuring a 12.3-million-pixel sensor with an f/2 6-element lens, which is better than other smartphones, so Google is trying to reach the smartphone photography market.

Sad News – Passing of Picture Manager Angela Anderson
StockIndexOnline has received news of Angela Anderson, who died on 17th October. She was well known in the picture industry, having been at picture manager at DK and also ran the BAPLA office for a while, as well as being an active picture researcher and editor for many decades.

UN Urged to Appoint Protector of Journalists
Given the increasing deaths of journalists, photographers, and media personnel in conflict zones, where they are often seen as “the enemy” rather than neutral observers, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, is being urged to create a new role - “Protector of Journalists”.

Mary Evans Picture Library Opens its Doors for Open House London
Mary Evans Picture Library, the UK’s leading source for historical images, will be taking part in London’s Open House event on Saturday 17th September 2016, opening the doors of its Arts and Crafts-style building in Blackheath to visitors.

New Photo-Library The Mega Agency to be Launched Soon
The Mega Agency is a new photo-library project launching soon. It has teamed up with digital giant Newscom so will be launching with an archive of over 30 million images and adding 50K per day.

DMLA Annual Conference – Reality Reimagined
The US trade organisation is holding its annual conference in Jersey City, NY on October 26th to 27th. It will examine the digital content industry from all sides to determine what’s really going on and how new innovations are driving new business.

CEPIC View on Hyperlinks – White Paper
The EU is considering legislating on hyperlinks. CEPIC has published a White Paper on how some hyperlinks are good and should be encouraged and that “framing” hyperlinks where the image appears as if published on the framing website, when in fact it is still hosted on the original website, sverely interfere with the normal use of visual works online.

Photofusion Looking for Photographers in Residence
The South London-based organisation has obtained funding for a Participatory Artist In Residence programme: Taking Part. In 2016/17 Photofusion will host four 90-day residencies for emerging participatory lens-based artists.

Portraits of People Wearing Glasses at NPG
Artist Luc Tuymans has selected a themed display from his own paintings and has quirkily chosen to feature people wearing glasses. The exhibition will be at the National Portrait Gallery this Autumn and coordinates with other displays of the artist's work.

BAPLA Focus Conference – Booking Opens
Booking opens today for BAPLA FOCUS: Creating Value, the fourth in their series of sell-out conferences. On Thursday 13th October they will welcome a mix of BAPLA members, media buyers and industry suppliers to the outstanding central London venue provided by the Wellcome Trust.

National Portrait Gallery Acquires Earliest Known Painting of a British Architect
The painting of Ralph Simons, a mason-architect active in the late-sixteenth and early-seventeenth centuries, was discovered in an Italian auction. It was identified thanks to the survival of an early copy of the portrait, which records an inscription of the original frame of this work that identified the sitter as an architect.

Jersey 80s Photographs Needed for Major Exhibition
Heritage society is looking to find images of the Channel Island taken in the 1980s to archive and recreate and continue the work of documenting a decade of dramatic cultural change and development locally and internationally.

The Gulbenkian Foundation Celebrates 60 Years And Merges Its Two Museums
Scala Archives informs us that as part of the 60th anniversary of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, there will be outdoor concerts and film screenings, exhibitions, reading sessions and workshops. This anniversary also marks the merger between the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum and the CAM - Modern Art Centre, renamed, respectively Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Founder's Collection and Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Modern Collection.

What Soho Wore – Unusual New Exhibition from the Photographers' Gallery
What Soho Wore is a new commission for the Photographers' Gallery’s Media Wall from London-based photographer and writer Nina Manandhar (b. 1981). Derived from her celebrated blog what-we-wore.com this new participatory project invites the public to add to a growing archive of Soho’s iconic style culture. 15th July - 25th September 2016.

Skins & Suedes – Owen Harvey’s Inaugural UK Solo Exhibition
Photographer looks at subculture of Skinheads and Suedeheads across the UK, showing all sides of the milieu that they have created. Harvey’s portraits present an intimacy and personal depth, which softens the sometimes harsh image these individuals project.

Hampstead Heath - New Book by Matthew Maran
NaturePL photographer Matthew Maran is launching a new book which which shows the landscapes, fauna and flora of the Heath through the changing seasons, as well as the people who use it for exercise, recreation and study.

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