Has Instagram done us a favour?
As well as the threat inherent in the rather hamfisted Instagram rights grab, the company may have inadvertently done AOP members a favour by putting image copyright firmly on the Christmas dinner party agenda.
EU support US opposition to proposed UK copyright legislation
Following an American initiative to protest to the UK government opposing proposed changes to UK copyright laws, the EU organisation Pyramide has followed suit.
Lottie Davies wins Young Masters 2012
Lottie Davies has been announced as winner of this year’s Young Masters Art Prize, a not-for-profit biennial competition open to UK-based and international artists who combine skill and innovation with awareness of the Old Masters and art of the past.Read More
Celebrating the completion of our 2012 Awards season
This year's awards season has been exciting with some excellent work submitted to our Photographers Awards, Assistants Awards and Open Awards. Many congratulations to all successful entrants whose work you can see via the links which follow.Read More
Open for business in our new location
On Wednesday 12 September, we formally opened our brand new London office by holding our 2012 AGM here at Downham Road.Read More
Seeing how it feels
In May last year AOP member Henry Iddon was commissioned by leading sports nutrition supplier 'Science in Sport' to document a day’s training with the GB Rowing Team at their Caversham training lake. We show above two images which resulted from the shoot.Read More
What's in a name?
AOP member Geoff Young’s exhibition Famous/Infamous opens on Thursday at The Bedroom Bar in London’s Shoreditch. Geoff explains the concept behind his series of portraits.Read More