The call for entries for Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers is now open. The total prize pool is in excess of $26,000 in cash & prizes. Special early-bird pricing ends after 10 December Read more
The call for entries for the 2020 World Press Photo contest is now open. The deadline is 9 January, 2020.
Sydney advertising photographer, Sean Izzard achieves the once-thought unachievable, having his work grace the covers of The Annual editions of both Capture magazine and AdNews, simultaneously. Here's how the AdNews cover came together.
Michael Rayment’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2020, “Seven Deadly Sins”, is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Art category.
Mark Forbes’ entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2020, “Air squares”, is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Documentary category.
Lynsey Addario is a remarkable photojournalist, documenting the horror of conflict and the tragedy of humanitarian crises. Her stories get under your skin and wriggle into your heart. Addario dares to tell the truths...
More wisdom and advice from our panel of world-class judges from Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers 2019. The last installment. It's compulsory reading for all those entering the 2020 competition.
'Lost but Found' is a project that was initiated as a result of Peter Sharp’s work as the volunteer photographer and ambassador for Sydney Dogs & Cats Home. The work has recently been published by Macmillan Australia.
Leica’s recently launched SL2 comes hot on the heels of its highly successful predecessor. It features a 47-megapixel CMOS sensor, an all-new Maestro III processor, and cutting-edge in-body image stabilisation. Plus access to more than 170 lenses.
Joining Fujifilm’s line-up of pro-camera offerings is the recently announced flagship X-Pro3, the latest addition to the X Series range of mirrorless cameras.