Early-bird entries for Australia's Top Emerging Photographers 2017 close soon! Share in over $21,000 in cash and prizes, and have your work grace the cover of one of our biggest editions of the year. Read more
Each year, Capture magazine attracts a judging panel for the Australia’s Top Emerging Photographers contest that comprises some the best photographers from Australia, and around the globe. Read on to see who is judging this year.
Joel Santos became the first-ever Portuguese overall winner in the award’s 14-year history, beating photographers from 123 countries to take the title of Travel Photographer of the Year 2016, along with the £4,000 first prize.
Capture’s largest, most-inspiring edition of the year, The Annual, was released in early November. Keen to learn who made it into this very special issue, then read on...
Jai Long’s initial introduction to photography was when he picked up a camera to curb his boredom while working in the mines in Western Australia in 2010.
New Zealand photographer Troy Goodall has featured in Lürzer's Archive biennial 200 Best Ad Photographers worldwide, as well as received some of the most prestigious awards in the industry. Is he NZ's best kept secret?
Last drinks were served over 30 years ago when the Terminus Hotel was boarded up and closed in 1984. Photographer Brett Patman brings us a very special and rare glimpse in a place that time forgot.
In the age of the iPhone and citizen journalism, the careers of professional photographers often stand on shaky ground. But photo collectives around the world are working to preserve the notion of visual literacy and professional practice.