The call for entries for Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers is now open. The total prize pool is in excess of $26,000 in cash & prizes. Special early-bird pricing ends after 10 December

Sydney advertising photographer, Sean Izzard achieves the once-thought unachievable, having his work grace the covers of The Annual editions of both Capture magazine and AdNews, simultaneously. Here's how the AdNews cover came together.

Victorian photographer, Mieke Boynton has been named overall winner of the 10th annual Epson Pano Awards.

Katie Orlinsky of New York has been named winner of the $20,000 Alexia Professional Grant for her project, 'Chasing Winter'.

Canon Australia has extended the warranty of all Mirrorless, DSLR, digital video camera, and lenses purchased after 25 November.

Californian tourist gets slapped with hefty fine for flying his drone in controlled airspace after it loses signal, and, annoyingly, lands at an airport.

Shoufay Derz has won the $5,000 Sotheby’s Australia People’s Choice Award for the image, 'Under erasure'.

Offering a prize pool of $10,000, the call for entries for the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award is now open.

American photographer, Mustafah Abdulaziz has been named winner of the 2019 Leica Oskar Barnack Award for his series, 'Water'. The series is eight years in the making.

Getty's move to an entirely royalty-free creative content business model from early 2020 will mean that photographers will no longer have any control over images they have available through the stock library.

The ‘Boxer' was shot as part of a campaign for Rebel Sport, where Sean Izzard documented the trials and tribulations of dedicated amateur athletes.

Tom Putt was named Nature Photographer of the Year at the annual International Photography Awards.

Sydney-based photobook printers, Momento Pro has recently taken out the graphic arts industry’s highest honour, winning the 2019 Premier Print Awards James H. Mayes Jr. Memorial ‘Best of Show’ prize, for a collector’s edition art book.

Passenger banned for life after being spotted “recklessly” standing on a balcony railing for a picture. Was the punishment a little overboard or entirely appropriate?

Entries for the 2019 ILFORD CCP Salon, Australia's largest open-entry photomedia exhibition and competition, close this Friday.