The winners of the 43rd annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition were recently announced, and you won't believe the amazing images captured! Read more
DxOMark, who is recognised for providing the most rigorous hardware testing, has just given the flagship Nikon D850 a score of 100 for overall image sensor performance. This officially makes the D850 the best camera they have ever tested.
Ten finalists have been selected for each of the 11 category, with just a single Australian photographer in running, coming from the 31,500 entries received.
In a world dominated by brand names and franchises, the latest move by national franchise group, Jim’s, to launch a brand new division, Jim’s Photography and Drones, is not entirely surprising.
The DJI Phantom 4 Advanced improves on the original Phantom 4 with a 1-inch, 20-megapixel sensor and a mechanical shutter. The upgraded camera is capable of shooting 4K video at 60fps, and more powerful video processing.
The D-Link AC2600 MU-MIMO ‘EXO’ Wi-Fi Router (DIR-882) features dual-band speeds of up to 2533Mbps, a high performance dual-core processor for powerful wired and wireless network speeds, and AC SmartBeam.
Fujifilm’s latest release, the new X-E3 rangefinder ultra-compact mirrorless camera features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS III sensor and X-Processor Pro image processing engine, along with enhanced Bluetooth connectivity.
In 2014, Ayman Kaake's passion for cinema and photography eventually developed into a body of digital art works, creating images that delve into the dreamlike world of personal experiences, emotional turmoil, and the complexities of isolation.
For Perth-based photographer Jarrad Parker, the memories of a childhood spent exploring Western Australia’s natural landscape turned a professional sign-writer into a professional photographer.
Documentary photographer Lynette Letic says she was drawn to photography in high school where she discovered the magic of the darkroom, but she honed her photographic visual language while at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
Many would agree that mirrorless cameras have finally reached a point where they offer professionals a very compelling alternative to DSLRs. Is now the time to jump ship, or are amazing DSLR offerings just too compelling?
In the age of digital imagery, social media, and online news, the lifespan of visual content and photo essays has arguably diminished. But for Australian portrait photographer Alex Vaughan, commitment to long-term storytelling is paramount.