↑ Left to right: Dave Theobald, David Ofield (picture editor), Richard Bond and Jimmy James
Photo Caption reads: The London Evening Standard picture desk staff taken on 9th December 1988, the last day in Fleet Street when the paper was based at the Daily Express building.
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PAN reader, David Ofield, Picture Editor at the London Evening Standard sent this in December 2013 – sorry it’s a bit late going up David!!
Hope all is well, just sorting through some old pictures and come across the enclosed ,next week we would have been in the Kensington office 25 years, How time flies……..”
↑ David at a recent fotofringe London event
fotofringe 2014 exhibitor – sports photo agency Back Page Images have re-launched their Facebook page – go ‘Like’ it.
this article is building:
• ArenaPal: ’23 April 2014 will mark the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth. We’ve grouped together our Top 10 Shakespearian Heroes and Villains’ – who are yours?
• Alimdi: ‘First World War: Special for 100th Commemorative Year” ‘Take a look at our light box to gain a first impression of the variety of materials we have in our wide-ranging stock of images on the subject.’
• ‘Rex Features are pleased to announce the renewal of their long term representation of the ITV archive of stills photos. The agreement also includes on-set and behind the scenes photography for ITV daytime shows and their other major productions.’ Here
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• Ardea: In recent years, sharks have gained a reputation for being dangerous after a number of unprovoked attacks. Here at Ardea we wanted to showcase the other side of sharks. The whale shark in particular is a fish of beauty, sometimes reaching over 14 metres in length, but always remaining graceful. Here
• Nature Picture Library: 3rd March 2014, designated by the UN as the first World Wildlife Day, aimed at celebrating and raising awareness of the world’s wild fauna and flora. Here
This in from PAN reader Melchor Sangro Director at photo library Latin Stock:
I hope you are well.
I’m enclosing a link that will lead you to the video case study of our latest campaign which was created for us by advertising agency Cheil.
The campaign was run in November 2013 when the International day against domestic violence (violence against women) takes place.
Watch above or here
• The Art Archive: ‘The Art Archive is very excited to represent the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.’
• Mary Evans: Mary Evans Picture Library adds more than 9000 images from the Royal Aeronautical Society
Photographers Brian Lawless (L) and Niall Carson (R) from PA Images have been recognised at the AIB Irish Press Photographer’s Awards for their recent work. Brian was runner-up in the popular News category with a picture of Dr Mulhammad Taufiq Al Sattar at the burial of his family. Niall was runner-up in the Nature and Environment category with a picture of a seagull in Dublin’s Phoenix Park – the cover image on the awards ceremony catalogue.
View the winning images here
photo ©PA Images
They say: ‘When searching for images, most of us use Google Images, but many are unaware that actually using these images can be a breach of copyright and therefore illegal use. “You risk is a potential lawsuit from a photographer, brand, agency or model”, says CEO and co-founder of YAY Images, Linda L. Johannessen. Image agencies, like YAY, want to turn these users into customers.’
‘The solution could be YAY’s new image streaming service. The streaming option lets users stream unlimited images directly onto their website or blog. The price is just $9.90/month for unlimited images, making it possible for all online publishers to afford legal images. In addition YAY’s innovative new image search is the best in the industry, and lets users search for legal alternatives to images they find online by just dragging-and-dropping the image into the search screen.’
The reasoning is that people use Google images because they lack the knowledge and a better alternative. Image agencies, like Getty Images, Shutterstock and Corbis, are still targeting professional customers that are willing to pay substantially for high-resolution files. A blogger, or online publishers in general, don’t need this. They’re looking for cheap or free images, web-sized, that are easy to use and edit.
“We wanted to create a product for online users, with a focus on their actual needs. People don’t need to download images when it’s easier and faster to just stream them. People need great images for their blogs and websites and that’s what streaming at YAY gives them”, Johannessen continues. “We have even made it possible to edit the image directly in the browser”.
• Unlimited use
• $9.90/month, cancel at any time
• Free hosting of all images streamed
• Hosting continues after cancelled subscription
• In-browser editing, add text and filters to images ++
• 4+ million images
Watch it above – see it here
↑The cover of the new magazine, photography by Jonathan Glynn-Smith
Congrats to PAN reader Tom Broadbent who has been appointed Photo Director at new men’s luxury style magazine RoadBook magazine.
Tom told PAN: “Think the highest print quality, superb design, writing and the photography is a bit good too.
Each edition of the magazine, which comes out bi-monthly is dedicated to an actual journey, for example London-Rome is the current issue.
It features the very best in fashion, travel, design, food, cars and technology. As well as featuring the lives of the world’s most extraordinary individuals: inventors, designers, musicians, artists and actors.
It’s print only to reflect the exclusivity of the magazine.”
Here are a few some examples of features from the past few issues.↓
↑The enduring appeal of the road trip. Photograph by John Rawlings/Conde Nast
↑The history of the Lingotto racetrack in Turin, photographs by Josef Koudelka/Magnum Photos
The magazine sells in WH Smiths. It’s £5.95 – you can subscribe here roadbook.com
Photo agencies can contact Tom directly with ideas and photo sets on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom will also be attending fotofringe London May 22 looking for photo material
You can learn more about Tom on his blog where he writes about his photography and other photographers features.
This is not an advert – just a suggestion to social-photo uploaders and some pros!.
They say: Marksta allows you to watermark your photography, adding text or a logo directly from your iPhone or iPad. Add a copyright notice to your images before sharing them to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, etc. Or add your Twitter name, or your website address. Whatever you want to write, Marksta makes it simple and fast.
Cost: £1.49 Marksta.com
There are a few other apps on the market but a few pro photographers have written in saying they are using it. Simple!
Update: this comment in from photographer George Solomonides
Just tested out the free version of Marksta. Very simple to use. Mentioned that it came through PhotoAtchiveNews on Facebook.