Making a living as a photographer can be a tough grind. Between clients, meetings, shooting, and all that never-ending admin, one can almost lose sight of why they became a professional photographer in the first place. Enter, The Passion Project! Read more
Ben Sanford’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, "Amazing Aotearoa", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Landscape category.
Two Australians have been recognised at the annual Siena International Photo Awards. Read on to see their winning images, and the other amazing entries awarded.
Reporter Mike Stark is thrown to the ground and handcuffed by six police officers while covering Republican Ed Gillespie's campaign for governor of Virginia. Police brutality, or just doing their job?
SPONSORED: When professional landscape and travel photographer Nick Rains was looking for a hardware solution to store, backup and manage his collection of nearly 30,000 images, only one NAS system ticked all the boxes.
The Sony flagship G Master Lens Series now features the FE 100-400mm f/4.5–5.6 GM OSS super telephoto zoom. It offers incredibly fast, precise AF capabilities, with a lightweight, portable design.
The DJI Phantom 4 Advanced improves on the original Phantom 4 with a 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor and a mechanical shutter. The upgraded camera is capable of shooting 4K video at 60fps, and more powerful video processing.
In 2014, Ayman Kaake's passion for cinema and photography eventually developed into a body of digital art works, creating images that delve into the dreamlike world of personal experiences, emotional turmoil, and the complexities of isolation.
For Perth-based photographer Jarrad Parker, the memories of a childhood spent exploring Western Australia’s natural landscape turned a professional sign-writer into a professional photographer.
Documentary photographer Lynette Letic says she was drawn to photography in high school where she discovered the magic of the darkroom, but she honed her photographic visual language while at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
One of the world’s best known portrait photographers, Albert Watson, explains how he captured the iconic portrait of one of the world’s most recognisable faces.
Not satisfied with capturing images on a traditional camera, like the kind you can buy at a shop (!), Simon Harsent had a camera built from an old wine barrel for his latest project with the winemaker, Wynns.