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Entries for the Olive Cotton Award, the $20,000 biennial national award for excellence in photographic portraiture, close soon.

American photographer John Moore’s image, Crying Girl on the Border, has been named World Press Photo of the Year. It's the fourth year that Moore has been recognised by World Press Photo.

After placing second last year, Australia has won its first World Photographic Cup, beating 31 other countries. Michael Teo received Australia's only Gold, in Reportage/Photojournalism, for this image.

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As a photographer, Rankin stands on the top tier. His talent and his success are unquestioned. Not only an amazing artist, Rankin is also a brave and astute, creative entrepreneur. No wonder he's been so unbelievably successful.

Timothy Moon’s introduction to photography came during his architectural studies at the University of Sydney. But it wasn’t until his wife discovered landscape photography a few years ago that his interest in photography as an art form was ignited.

A hobby and passion for a number of years, it’s only over the last two years that Chris Saunders has worked commercially. Formally trained as a Chartered Engineer, Saunders also has a part-time career as a landscape photographer.

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The Leica Q2 features a newly developed full-frame sensor, a fast Leica Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. prime lens, fast autofocus, and innovative OLED EVF viewfinder technology with resolution of 3.68 megapixels.

Studio-grade Satellite headphones, by Blue, are the world’s first wireless headphones to feature a built-in audiophile amp and two sets of drivers for an uncompromised, high-fidelity experience.

Olympus’ M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-200mm f/3.5-6.3 (35mm equivalent: 24-400mm) with 16.6x zoom is compact, lightweight, and dust and splash-proof, making it perfect for travel.

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