American photographer John Moore’s image, Crying Girl on the Border, has been named World Press Photo of the Year. It's the fourth year that Moore has been recognised by World Press Photo.

After placing second last year, Australia has won its first World Photographic Cup, beating 31 other countries. Michael Teo received Australia's only Gold, in Reportage/Photojournalism, for this image.

Legendary American photographer David LaChapelle was commissioned to photograph the film poster for the forthcoming biopic, 'Rocketman'.

Kate Atkinson has been named winner of People's Choice Award in the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019 for her portrait, 'The textile scientist'.

Melbourne photographer, Kate Disher-Quill’s 'Earshot' is a poignant collection of photographs and personal stories offering a rare, visceral insight into the world of deafness and hearing loss.

Anyone flying a drone that weighs more than 250g will have to be accredited by CASA and pay an annual licence fee.

An image by New Zealand photographer, Hagen Hopkins, was recently used to light up the world’s tallest building, the 829-metre-tall Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai.

Australian photographers Trent Mitchell and Andrew Kelly have been named on the shortlist of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards’ Professional competition in the Sport and Documentary category, respectively.

One of the world’s most respected photo agencies, VII, has put out an open call for new members. The agency is keen to hear from photographers who will continue to diversify their membership.

An emerging photographer from Melbourne, Sarah Walker, has been named as the overall winner of the Momento Pro Australia and New Zealand Photobook Award 2018.

The judges of the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize have revealed their list of semi-finalists, all vying for the first prize of $50,000.

Nikon Australia has recently announced that the finalists for the Nikon Surf Photo and Video of The Year Awards. Check out the Top 20 finalists.

The Grand Prize Winner, Malaysian photographer Edwin Ong Wee Kee collected a prize of US$120,000 for his winning image. But the photographic community is up in arms, and the image has attracted a considerable amount of controversy.

Woman survives jaguar attack while taking selfie.

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