Sign Govt e-petition NOW!
Many AOP members have already signed the Government e-petition created yesterday to facilitate protest against copyright theft. Click the link to sign NOW! Please encourage friends and contacts to do the same and spread the word quickly via Twitter, Facebook and other social media.Read More
Judging the quality
"The success of any serious photographic awards programme is centred on the quality of its judges," comments Charlie Thomas the AOP's 2013 Awards Manager. Charlie has spent several months drawing together the impressive judges' roster for the Photographers and Open Awards which have been formally announced today.Read More
Bailey berates Osborne
Photography icon and ex-AOP member David Bailey, has written to George Osborne about the copyright clause in the Enterprise Regulatory Reform Bill (ERRB).Read More
AOP Awards 2013 Enter NOW!
The AOP Photographers and Open Awards 2013 are now open. Entries can be uploaded as follows:
Early bird discount until Friday 12 April, 6pm
Regular entries until Friday 10 May, 6pm.
Early bird discount until Friday 12 April. 6pm
Regular entries until Friday 31 May, 6pm
Only AOP members can enter the Photographers Awards but anyone is eligible to enter the Open Awards.Read More
As part of the Photography at Quaglino’s series the famous London restaurant is currently exhibiting A Few Portraits, a selection of the many images of iconic individuals taken over a number of years by AOP photographer member Jillian Edelstein. Since 1929, Quaglino’s has played host to royalty, rock stars and high society and Edelstein’s exhibition reflects the calibre of guests it has welcomed through its doors.Read More
No place like home?
"I have forgotten the language of my fathers and have not yet learned the language of my children."
AOP Awards Launch
The Association of Photographers is excited to announce the launch of this year’s Awards programme. As it’s 30 years since the Photographers Awards first began, the Association has recognised this landmark date by transforming the Awards programme.Read More
In this photographer-to-photographer round-up of current copyright concerns AOP Board member Nick Dunmur explains how the Association is acting to support and protect its members' work and businesses. This feature first appeared in Image magazine.Read More