The current climate of the wedding and portrait industry can be described with one word: oversaturated. Christopher Quyen explores how leading photographers are thriving in the rapidly changing industry. Read more
The winners of the Australian Photobook of the Year Awards 2016 and the New Zealand Photobook of the Year Awards 2016 were recently announced, the results proving that antipodean photo book creation is at an internationally competitive standard.
Google has released a new JPEG encoder that it says can reduce file size by up to 35% with minimal quality loss.
Entries are now open for the 2017 Leica Oskar Barnack Awards, with a category for established professionals as well as up-and coming photographers under the age of 25 – the Newcomer Award, offering a prize pool of 80,000 euros.
Recovering from hand surgery, Jennifere Thompson made the decision to retire from her job with Victoria Police in 2011. Since graduating from photography studies, Thompson says she never dreamed she'd be in the position she now finds herself.
Katherine Williams' self-confessed obsession with portrait photography began on a road trip from Adelaide to Darwin; planning to focus on landscape photography, the connections she made with interesting characters along the way could not be ignored.
For Chrissie Francis, it was a love of music that sparked her love of photography. At the age of fourteen, armed with a Nikon FE2 smuggled into a concert of her favourite up-and-coming band (INXS), Francis had only one goal: to make pictures
The new Leica M10 features more compact dimensions, improved performance, and even more intuitive handling, and all the M10’s functions have been adapted to meet the precise needs of contemporary photography.
Fujifilm's upcoming firmware updates for its X-T2 and X-Pro 2 mirrorless cameras add 33 functional and operational improvements.
Panasonic’s LUMIX DC-GH5 is the company’s flagship digital single lens mirrorless camera. It introduces a number of impressive world-firsts, and is ideal for those shooting stills or motion.
The range of professional lighting equipment has been growing since the days of flash powder and early electric lights of the 19th century. And photographers have been experimenting to find the best results from the available technology ever since