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The call for submissions for the 30th annual Ian Parry Scholarship is now open, with a deadline of 5 July.
Top honours for the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award have gone to an academic and students from the University of Technology, Sydney – Cherine Fahd, Matteo Dal Vera, and Michael Weatherill.
Sydney-based photographer, Rob Palmer has won the 13th annual National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPPP) with his portrait of chef Josh Niland, titled 'The mahi-mahi, 2019'.
“Photography was something that I believe found me,” says Federico Rekowski.
Melbourne-based documentary photographer Alana Holmberg is known for emotive portraiture and multimedia projects. A past recipient of The Pool Grant, in 2019 she won the National Portrait Photographic Prize.
Renowned Sydney-based photographer, Daniel Linnet is part of the stellar line-up of judges for the region's preeminent competition for aspiring, emerging, and early-career photographers, Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers.
For many photographers, winning a grant can be the lifeline a project needs in order to come to life, or be completed and flourish. But success at grant applications is no mean feat. Read on for tips from the experts.
Digging beneath the sun-baked soil, 'Abandoned Australia' uncovers the modern ruins scattered over this arid continent and reveals a series of beautifully broken abodes hiding in the crevices of the Great Southern Land.
LaCie’s Rugged RAID Shuttle features 8TB of storage capacity in a flat design, offering up to 250MB/s in RAID 0 for performance, and RAID 1 for data redundancy.
Sony’s super-telephoto 600mm f/4 G Master prime lens is the world’s lightest in its class, weighing only 3,040g.
Audioengine’s A2+ Wireless desktop speakers are ideal for anyone who doesn't want to sacrifice stereo separation, accuracy, or DSP-free audio in the Bluetooth era.