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One extremely lucky person managed to get their hands on a Leica M2 from his local thrift store for not much more than you’d pay for a coffee.

With the Vivid festival almost upon Sydney, Duncan is calling for photographers to boycott the event. Read on to find out why...

Over last week, we've been grappling with something we came across on the Internet, and we can't quite work out if it's the Mount Everest of stupidity or the Mariana Trench of stupidy, but either way we were left asking, WTF?!

The call for entries for the Hasselblad Masters competition for 2018 is now open, and closes on 10 June. Photographers across the globe are invited to submit three images that best demonstrate their photographic ability.

Award-winning photographer Souvid Datta has admitted he doctored images, stealing the work of legendary photographer Mary Ellen Mark.

Applications for the 38th annual W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund close on 31 May. This year, the grant in Humanistic Photography for photographers who display poignant, humanistic approach to storytelling has increased to US$35,000.

Winners across five photo award categories of the 2017 Head On Photo Festival were recently revealed at an event in Sydney, marking the official opening of the festival.

Entries for the $20,000 biennial national award for excellence in photographic portraiture dedicated to the memory of Olive Cotton, one of Australia’s leading twentieth century photographers close on 12 May.

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale inaugural Martin Kantor Portrait Prize is an award for a photographic artwork of a significant Australian, offering a first prize of $15,000.

The overall winner of Australia's Top Emerging Photographers 2017 is revealed!

The grand prize winners have recently been announced for the world’s largest photography competition – the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards. This year, 227,596 images from 183 countries were received.

Applications for Getty Images’ 2017 Grants for Editorial Photography programme are now being accepted, with a total of five prizes of US$10,000 up for grabs, to pursue projects of personal and journalistic significance.

Ken Drake has been named 2017 AIPP QLD Epson Professional Photographer of the Year. Plus all the other category winners revealed.

The winner of the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2017 has recently been announced with renowned Sydney portrait photographer Gary Grealy taking out the award for his portrait, Richard Morecroft and Alison Mackay,

The Pool Grant is an initiative that provides $10,000 and a year of mentorship to an emerging photographer for the fulfillment of a photographic project.