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Maternity photoshoots are amongst the most sought-after shoots. Read on for some top tips to make your next session a breeze.

Great advice for capturing the waves from one of Australia's most respected, professional ocean and surf photographers, Russel Ord.

Keen to avoid the headache and heartache of losing crucial digital assets, then read on for some top tips to protect your intellectual property.

Cracking the art market is no mean feat, so we chatted with some of Australia's best-known artists and leading gallerists in order to share their top tips and strategies.

Not even the masters of lighting agree on where lighting sits in the hierarchy of elements that make a photograph great. They do, though, have definite ideas about how to use it, what to use to achieve it, and how to master it.

Nine tips on producing the most gorgeous images of flowers.

A picture is worth a thousand words. Or so the saying goes. Photography’s ability to tell a coherent story is a topic that has been explored across time and genres for as long as the medium’s existence.

Renowned photojournalist Adam Ferguson shares the process behind getting a personal project off the ground, and the key steps he typically follows.

As the country heads into yet another lockdown, what can we learn from photographers, both local and international, about keeping a business afloat during the most challenging of conditions?

The POOL Collective was founded by photographers Sean Izzard and Simon Harsent 12 years ago. What makes this collective such a success story for its members, both commercially and creatively?

Books are portable, personal, and cheap. So, how does one make a photobook that not only rises above the rabble, but deserves to stand above the crowd? We spoke to nine experts from around the world to try and find out.

Top pros from around the world share the most important advice they've received during their careers. Read on for some truly invaluable insights.

Photographing newborns comes with unique challenges and safety concerns. So, what do you need to be successful in this niche, and how do you set yourself apart while keeping your subjects safe at all times?

It’s difficult to think of a year in recent times more eventful and more tumultuous for photojournalism and editorial photography. Especially in Australia. How have photojournalists worked through a most challenging time?

Almost universally, advertising photographers have found the last year to be challenging, to survive both financially and creatively. But surprisingly, a lot of good came out of 2020 as well.

In March 2020, weddings were being postponed or cancelled across the world. And portrait sessions became impossible as people were confined to their own homes. But, many mustered new resources, found new attitudes, and dusted off dormant skills.