Michael Nichols named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
© Michael Nichols/Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
Michele McNally to chair the 2015
World Press Photo Contest jury
© John Stanmeyer/VII Agency
invited for 2014
Tim Hetherington Grant
© Olivier Jobard/Myop,
2013 Tim Hetherington Grant
CPN News reports on the latest Canon pro photo and video products and announcements, major events and exhibitions, plus the key professional photography stories hitting the headlines.
10/14 Canon Master Michael Nichols has been named as Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 with an infrared image of resting lions.
10/14 The New York Times’ Assistant Managing Editor Michele McNally has been announced as chair of the 2015 World Press Photo Contest jury.
10/14 The EOS C100 Mark II, Canon’s new Cinema EOS camera, features Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus as standard and Face Detection AF.
10/14 Canon has revealed the CN20x 50 IAS H E1/P1 cine-servo zoom that boasts a stunning 50-1500mm focal length range and superb 4K image quality.
10/14 Canon has launched a new XEED projector, the WUX6000, featuring a stunning 6000 lumens brightness and 2000:1 contrast ratio.
10/14 Photojournalists can now apply for the fourth annual Tim Hetherington Grant, supported by World Press Photo and Human Rights Watch.
10/14 Top Getty Images’ sports photographers pick their favourite images from The 2014 Ryder Cup and reveal the stories behind them.
09/14 Canon has updated its H- and M-series with new Full HD and 1.3MP cameras, replacing the current line-up in December 2014.