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Mark Forbes’ entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019, “The Italian Job (1)”, is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Travel category.

Ronnie Tres Reyes’ entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019, Mount Rigi, Queen of the Mountains, is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Travel category.

RMIT BA Photography student Abigail Assender has been selected to be part of the 2019 Eyes on Main Street Festival in North Carolina.

Of all the ways to ruin your photography career, the exploits of 26-year-old Katherine Leigh Mehta come pretty close to taking the cake. She was arrested at a wedding, allegedly having had sex with one of the guests and urinating on a tree.

Jane Cowan’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019, "Propagating a dream", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Doco/Photojournalism category.

The 2018 Head On Photo Awards are now open for entries with more than $60,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs.

At the recent 63rd Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism, Australian Associated Press (AAP) photographer, Dean Lewins was named the Nikon-Walkley Press Photographer of the Year.

John Karras’ entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019, "People make the world go round", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Portrait category.

The call for entries for the 2018 Australia + New Zealand Photobook Award is now open. Winners will share in prize pool of $13,500 in cash plus prizes.

Leica Camera has recently opened their second Australian Store & Gallery, marking the 20th gallery worldwide. On display for the first exhibition is work by legendary Magnum photographer, Bruce Gilden.

Founded 12 years ago, bridal magazine, White has been forced to close its door after advertisers withdrew support based on their stance regarding same-sex marriage.

Photographers in viewing box survive impact of race car travelling through the air at almost 300km/h.

Peter Virag’s entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019, "Victoria from above", is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Landscape category.

A total of 40 finalists have been named for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019. with the winner set to receive over $52,000 in cash and prizes, including gear from the contest new sponsor, Canon, worth over $22,000.

Winners and finalists for the 2018 International Photography Awards were recently revealed in New York, with one Australian taking out top honours. Winners for IPA’s top two prizes were selected from over 12,000 entries from around the world.