The Belgian photojournalist, Alain Schroeder was named overall winner of TPOTY. Check out his winning portfolio along with the other winners. Read more
When it comes to stupidity, the sky is literally the limit! Check out this idiotic act.
A recent change to the way the Facebook News Feed algorithm works has seen brands experience a massive drop in audience engagement on shared posts, and many asking, "WTFB!?"
When a Photoshop Fail graces the cover of the venerable Vanity Fair, in a grand, group portrait by the legendary photographer, Annie Liebovitz, the chuckling turns to awe.
Six recipients received bursaries totalling US$20,000 have just been announced for the inaugural Getty Images Creative Bursary.
Ikea is asking women to pee on their latest ad. Read on to find out why!
Nick Woodman, the founder of GoPro, fought back emotion as he confirmed that the company would be abandoning their drone offerings.
Afraid of missing the boat, Kodak has decided to jump on the cryptocurrency bandwagon announcing the new KODAKCoin cryptocurrency along with the KodakONE platform.
Allegations of sexual misconduct by world-renowned photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber have recently been reported in The New York Times, and both fashion photographers have been suspended from working with titles including Vogue.
Australian photographer Ben Thomas has recently been announced as the winner of the Street/Urban category in the Hasselblad Masters 2018 competition.
The winner of the Sport category of Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2017 and Blue Mountains local photographer, twenty-year-old Ben Sanford has been recognised as New Zealand Geographic Young Photographer of the Year.
Mieke Boynton’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, "Aerials", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Landscape category.
Naomi Reiter’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, "Family Stories" is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Portrait category.
The National Portrait Gallery has announced the 43 finalists for the 2018 National Photographic Portrait Prize, selected from a total of 3,224 entries. Read on to see who made the cut.
Benjamin Urquhart’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2018, Kings and Thieves is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Wedding category.