Latest

The annual $30,000 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize call for entries is now open. The deadline is 11 July.

Help support the amazing work of Reteti Elephant Sanctuary (Kenya) with Ami Vitale and musician Dave Matthews, and win the trip of a lifetime.

The winners of the 2018 Head On Photo Awards were recently announced, where roughly 5,000 entrants vied for over $60,000 worth of prizes.

The Townsville City Council’s 2018 Percival Photographic Portrait Prize of $10,000 has been awarded to Kellie Leczinska for her portrait, Mbathio, Marrickville.

This hand-made portfolio by Ignacio Palacios showcases a selection of some of his finest images, and is strictly limited to just 100 copies worldwide.

Australia’s richest photography prize, the $50,000 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize (MCPP), has been awarded to a 22 year-old emerging photographer from Melbourne.

A legal precedent has set in the USA whereby only people can file copyright infringement suits, and animals can't. The result is a big defeat for the animal rights group, PETA.

Photographer disqualified from 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition for using stuffed anteater in image.

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund is awarding one photographer $35,000 to tell a story of compassion and of the human experience.

Ilan Wittenberg has been named Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 Sony Alpha Awards.

The winner of Australasia's Top Emerging Photographer 2018 is revealed.

The winners and finalists of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News and Feature Photography have recently been announced.

Winners of the 61st annual World Press Photo contest have recently been announced. Two Australians (out of six finalists) were in the running for World Press Photo of the Year.

The first Getty Images ARRAY Grant will award four grants of USD$5,000 each, to two commercial creative photographers and two editorial filmmakers who capture the visual narrative of underrepresented ethnic communities.

Photography Studies College student, Agata Mayes has been named 2018 AIPP VIC Emerging Photographer of the Year.