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Run by the Natural History Museum in London, The Wildlife Photographer of the Year, now in its 52nd year, is a global celebration of the world’s very best nature photography.
Andrea Grützner (GER) presents two bodies of work, both related to a specific guesthouse in Saxony. The series, Erbgericht, centres around the architecture of an historic guesthouse—the cultural centre of its village.
Larnce Gold's series of 18 ethereal images of moth orchids were inspired by the miracle of budding orchids and the resilience of the plants, their ability to regenerate, and their inherent beauty.
In 2015, Lynette Letic spent time in a number of small towns west of Brisbane photographing people at community events, social gatherings, dances, and fairs. Her series, Let’s Get Together, is the result of this work.
Luminosity & Momentum is a conceptually vivid exhibition by Melbourne-based photographic artists, SoonHoe and Rob Love. Their emotive images were created from delicate environments.
Join 2,000 fellow designers, artists, filmmakers, and innovative thinkers at the brand new International Convention Centre Sydney, for an afternoon of inspiration, as well as a pre-conference sessions day filled with labs, workshops, and seminars.
At the end of August, Reportage Photography Workshops will hold its second roving workshop in Kathmandu. Run by award-winning documentary photographer Jack Picone, and Stephen Dupont, the acclaimed photojournalist, and filmmaker.