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The call for entries for the 10th annual Epson International Pano Awards closes on 22 July. The competition offers a prize pool of $50,000, which includes $12,000 in cash.
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) recently concluded a successful State Awards season, hosting five AIPP Epson Award events across the country. Click here to see all the major winners.
An image by a Polish photographer has seen him awarded with the title of “Drone Photographer of the Year” at the 2nd annual edition of the 2019 Drone Awards photo contest.
Panasonic’s LUMIX FT7 is a rugged, compact camera, waterproof to 31 metres, freeze proof to –10ºC, dustproof, shockproof to two metres, and pressure resistant to 100kg.
Multi-award-winning photographer, Dan Avila on why he uses the colour-accurate monitors he does. – Sponsored by BenQ
The Synology DS718+ dual-bay NAS is powered by a quad-core processor and AES-NI hardware encryption engine, and delivers excellent file transfer speeds, with the scalability to expand up to seven drives.
To be a successful sports photographer, you need to be able to capture action in a variety of different conditions: outdoor, indoor, bright to extremely low light, but you also need to be able to capture emotions, landscapes, and work with sponsors.
The myth of the photographer as a solo artist appears to be dominating our contemporary photography culture. But you only have to scratch the surface to discover there is much to gain from photography collaborations.
Self-taught, Dennis Rickard has sought to hone his skills acquiring knowledge through magazines, books, the Internet, a local camera club, and workshops and tours, always striving to improve his photography.
It was a connection with the landscape that first sparked Danielle Watson’s interest in photography.
Formed in 2015, The Light Collective consists of five fine art photographers, all landscape specialists, who have come together to “push the creative boundaries of their craft”.