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Leading EPUK members to give talk

Two leading EPUK and NUJ members are to give an NUJ-sponsored talk on photographic copyright issues as part of the PhotoStroud Festival of Photography.

Two leading EPUK and NUJ members are to give an NUJ-sponsored talk on photographic copyright issues as part of the PhotoStroud Festival of Photography.

Andrew Wiard, who co-founded EPUK, and Pete Jenkins, who founded both the NUJPhoto and NVJPhoto discussion lists are to speak on Photojournalism and Copyright Issues at the Café Bar, Stroud Subscription Rooms, on Friday October 26, from 7.30pm to 9pm.

Both speakers are prominent advocates for photographers’ rights, and both hold or have held NUJ posts at FIC and NEC level.

Tickets for the free event can be booked on 01453 760900.

EPUK is discussing:

Copyright infringements abroad and how to manage themDACS Payback - againAerial Photography by Jonathan WebbPhotographing in public places - where/when/is it allowed?

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