Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Getty makes image use free online, Panasonic Lumix GH4

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Wednesday 12 March 2014

In the news this week Getty has surprised people by terminating its partnership with Flickr and also legalising the free use of many images from their archives online. What do you think of these two moves? You can discuss your thoughts on our forum via this link.

Panasonic UK have also officially announced the price and availability for 4K-equipped Lumix DMC-GH4 as well as the different configurations that will be available.

Even the best photographer can sometimes have their off days. If you have a holiday shot that didn't turn out how you had hoped, there's now somewhere you can use it. has just launched a competition to find 'truly terrible' shots from amateur holiday photographers. Take a look at some of the current entries, or find out how to enter, on our website.

If you fancy something a little more challenging, Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh are running a competition to capture the beauty of their garden. The top prize is a day with the RBGE's professional photographer Lynsey Wilson and a year's digital subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine.
What better reason could you have to enter!

Have a great week.

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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London Photo Festival

London Photo Festival 22-24 May 2014: Theme 'Street Photography'

Photographers are invited to submit their street photography images for the 6th biannual London Photo Festival taking place at The Crypt, Borough High Street, London in May

Book now!

Capture the beauty of Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Top Prize: A day spent at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh with their professional photographer

Winning photographs will be published in The Scotsman and the Botanics magazine

Five Category Winners will receive annual digital subscriptions to Amateur Photographer magazine

Read the details and download an entry form

Find out what's on at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh


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