BIPP Blog

Author: host Created: Monday, January 25, 2010
Keep up to date with the latest news and events from the BIPP



The World Photographic Cup is fast becoming the most important photographic competition in the world today. Last year they showcased the very best in contemporary photography from 32 countries including USA, China, Finland, Mexico & Russia amongst many others. There are six different categories and Australia were last year's winners overall.

In past years United Kingdom has been purely represented. It’s time for the BIPP to put the United Kingdom back on the map. In the spirit of 1966 lets bring the world cup back Britain!!!

The 2020 WPC ceremony will be held in Rome and Martin Baynes has asked me as team captain to gather a squad of the best talent that United kingdom have to offer. I would like to ask the whole membership to offer up their very best images so that we can choose a world beating team entry. You can offer an image in just one category or several if you prefer. The rules state that there is no time limit for when the image was taken so you can select your very... Read More »

Whether you're looking to try out the latest kit, find fresh inspiration or learn from the best in tailored masterclasses and sessions, The Photography Show has everything you need to put your business in the frame for 2019. If you haven’t registered for your free pro pass yet, now’s the time to do it – applications close on 13th March so register now. Read More »

There are only a few weeks to wait until The Photography Show, and we can’t wait to see what it has in store for its sixth year! Whether you’re just starting out as a pro or you have years of experience under your belt, the show is the destination for everything photography and moving image. Read More »

Hubert Weston King was born on 23rd January, 1931 in Normanton, Derby, the eldest son of Howard and Jesse King. Educated at the Diocesan School in Friargate, Derby, Hubert left school at the age of 14 to join the family firm of W W Winter Ltd, photographers, of Midland Road, Derby as an apprentice under the direction of his uncle, Austin King, and his grandfather W H King, the then managing director.



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It’s unbelievable.  Peter is no longer with us. He was the most incredible human being that ever walked on the face of the earth. He was kind. He was gentle. He was strong. He was generous. He was knowledgeable. He was witty. He was talented. He was enthusiastic.  Read More »

A lifelong partner in business with her husband Dave Wheeler, Fellow and Past President of the BIPP, Eve balanced a home and four children with the extraordinary success of Studio D Photography, which was the leading social photographic studio of the 60’s and 70’s. Read More »

The Photography Show is just around the corner and this year there’s plenty lined up for the professional photographer...


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The Photography Show is now less than two months away and we can’t wait! Returning to the NEC, Birmingham on the 18-21 March, four days packed with technology, talks and networking events await to help you drive your business and your passion forward. Read More »

Ian passed away on Friday 6th January 2017 after a long battle with a rare illness - Myeloma Cancer of the bone marrow. Credit to Ian he still managed to live as normal a life as his illness would permit. Read More »

Update on Copyright - Response from the BIPP on Panorama & Neighbouring Rights

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WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE BRITAIN GREAT
Hubert Weston King LBIPP, 1931-2018
Peter Dyer FBIPP
Mary Eve Wheeler
The Photography Show - 18th - 21st March 2017
Less than two months until The Photography Show!
Ian Gee FBIPP
An Update on Copyright from BIPP