The first equestrian photographer to achieve a 'fellowship' - the highest accolade in photography - is Emily Hancock from the New Forest.
The winners of Marwell Wildlife's Photographer of the Year 2012
A unique archive of historic photographs showing Britain from the air has been made available online for the first time today.
The Bodleian Library has secured one point two million pounds towards the acquisition of the personal archive of nineteenth century British inventor and photographer William Henry Fox Talbot.
The money was awarded by the National Heritage Memorial Fund. The library in Oxford has until the end of February to raise the remaining one million needed to buy the collection.
The Bodleian Library's Deputy Librarian Richard Ovenden explains why the works are so important for a modern audience.
Fascinating old photos of some of the region's most iconic landmarks and buildings have been released to the public today. The 15,000 photos on the Britain from Above website include stunning views of places like Oxford, Ascot and Dover. For more click here.
Rare and unseen photographs of Chichester Cathedral in Hampshire are to go on show to the public for the first time. A fifty thousand pound Lottery fund will see the historic photographs from the Cathedral's library digitised to preserve them for future generations.
For travel writer Dave Wise, photography has become a passion. But Dave, who lives near Canterbury, has forsaken digital equipment, tripods and expensive lights. Instead he uses the most basic camera you could imagine, and his photographs are now on show in a new exhibition.