The Changing Landscape of Pro Photography

With affordable DSLRs that can now capture images that previously required pro cameras to do so, professional photographers face a changing market in which amateur photographers are systematically encroaching into. The latter offer their images at a fraction of the cost without worrying about regulations.

A nationwide survey organised by the British Photographic Council highlights these challenges from amateur photographers, and also fingers out copyright infringers and overzealous police officers as additional worries for pro photographers.

Read the full article and survey results at: BJP.