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Patti Smith launches photography exhibit

Individuals looking to invest in camera insurance policies may be interested to hear about a new exhibit from a famous rock and roll icon. A collection of Polaroid photographs taken by singer Patti Smith are set to go on display, the BBC reports. Entitled 'Camera Solo' the pictures will be on show at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut until … More

Wedding photos make 36% of brides anxious

As many as 36 per cent of brides feel anxious when they think about having their photograph taken on their big day, news which may surprise those looking for wedding insurance. The Daily Mail reports how the results of a survey conducted by Macleans revealed being snapped at their nuptials is something many women dread. Of those asked, 32 per … More

Camera returned to owner after a year at sea

The owner of a Canon EOS 1000D that has been uncovered in the Pacific Ocean may have been forced to claim on their camera insurance after believing the device to be lost forever. However, a professional diver recovered the DSLR after it washed up during a diving job in Deep Bay British Columbia, Canada. Marcus Thompson found the rusty camera … More

Photography awards to return to London

Individuals looking to renew their camera insurance may be excited to hear about the return of the World Photo, London and Sony World Photography Awards. For the second year running, the event will celebrate the very best in photography from across the globe. The World Photo, London exhibitions are to be held at Somerset House in the capital from April … More

Panasonic launches new 3D camera

Photography enthusiasts with a camera insurance policy may want to make a new model from Panasonic that is capable of shooting in 3D their latest purchase. The Lumix DMC-3D1 features a twin lens design and can produce 12-megapixel 2D snaps or eight-megapixel 3D images. It can also shoot 2D and 3D video in HD quality and the manufacturer claims its … More

Photographer turns caravan into giant camera obscura

Hungarian photographer, Gabor Isz, has won the much coveted BMW-Paris photography prize for a photo taken using a caravan as a camera obscura. The winning picture titled ‘Permanent daylight’ is part of a series of pictures taken by Gabor Isz and was made in a caravan parked next to a cluster of agricultural greenhouses. The artist blacked out all the … More