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The latest edition of Capture is now available at your favourite newsagent or online. If you haven’t already picked up a copy, read on to get an overview of all the great stuff that we’ve packed into the July/August edition.

David Darcy has won the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2016 People's Choice for his portrait, Levi Miller on the set of Red Dog: True Blue. Read on to learn all the other photographers awarded.

The judges in one of Australia’s most coveted photography prizes, the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, have recently revealed the 60 emerging and established photographers to secure their positions as finalists in the competition.

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Photography was supposed to be just a bit of creative fun in a journey towards academia, but for Christine Pobke, it eventually became her life.

For decades, legendary visual storyteller and co-founder of the photo agency, VII, Ed Kashi, has captured the experiences of the disenfranchised, voiceless and forgotten. In this feature, the spotlight is reversed, and he tells his tale.

Daniel Klaas’ love of photography began in childhood, and he still has fond memories of taking photos with a Polaroid SX-70 when he was around eight years old.

Marion Abada was drawn to photography in her mid-twenties during her travels around Europe and the Middle East. Abada says that she has always loved the creative path, although her path to photography has been a circuitous one.

From a young age, Melissa Cowan loved shooting pictures. “I was always the one at parties with disposable cameras, running around making sure to capture snaps of all my friends,” she says. “I think it just started from there.”

For over ten years, Jay Hynes was an art director at various advertising agencies in Melbourne. Wanting to learn more about photography to art direct on photo shoots, he studied at night for 18 months, and shot in his spare time.

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