Three winners have recently been named in the second annual Getty Images Instagram Grant. Each of the recipients received a grant of US$10,000 as well as having their work exhibited to the public at the photography festival, Photoville in New York. Read more
The call for entries for The Australian Photobook of the Year Awards 2016 open on 3 October. A prize pool of $10,000 is up for grabs.
The September/October edition of Capture is out now, available at your favourite newsagent or online. If you haven’t managed to get your copy just yet, read on to get an overview of all the great stuff that we’ve packed into the current edition.
Melbourne-based Valerie Sparks has recently been named the winner of the 2016 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize with an image featuring one of Australia’s most iconic landscapes, taking home the top prize of $25,000.
Perth photographer Chris Gurney links his work inextricably to the ocean and surf culture. “I like looking at the whole picture; focusing not just on the surfing, but the people, the places, and how they interact,” he says.
A Melbourne-based photographer with a signature style and way of working, Sarah Hatton is a long exposure-focused landscape and adventure photographer.
The new My Passport Wireless Pro from WD has been created with one thing in mind: to make the lives of photographers easier. Learn how it significantly boosted the workflow of photographers shooting the #WDPets campaign.
In the days of film, a hard drive crash was unlikely to put you out of business. But in a digital world, a crash can quickly turn into a full-blown catastrophe. Find out how to keep your digital assets and business safe.