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Entries are now open for the 2019 Leica Oskar Barnack Award, with prizes of 35,000 and 20,000 Euros up for grabs for the winner of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award and Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award, respectively.

Lismore-based photographer, Marc Stapelberg has been named as the recipient of the 2019 National Award (Australia) in the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards.

Chris McGrath has been announced as one of six photographers in the running for the coveted title of World Press Photo of the Year. Three other Australians were also recognised, including winner of the FotoEvidence Book Award, Patrick Brown.

Entries close 6 March for the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize.

Organisers of the Australian Photography Awards (APA) have stripped Lisa Saad of her win in the 2018 Portrait category, disqualifying her entry, 'Cooper'. Nadia Stone has now been named as the category winner.

The winner of the 2019 National Photographic Portrait Prize is Alana Holmberg, for her image, 'Greta in her kitchen, 36 weeks'.

Australian photographer Patrick Brown has been named as the winner of the 2019 FotoEvidence Book Award for his project, 'No Place on Earth'.

"With immediate effect Lisa Saad’s membership of the Institute will cease indefinitely; all accumulated points, Awards, Titles and Prizes are rescinded. Ms. Saad will not be permitted to enter future AIPP State or National Awards." - AIPP statement

The Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers has taken action against an Australian member of the organisation to disqualify all images entered in the competitions, remove the Fellowship distinction, and terminate their membership.

WPPI has taken action to strip one of their members of all past awards, and ban them from entering any WPPI competition for five years.

The AIPP has disqualified an image by Lisa Saad submitted into their national awards, the APPAs. It's likely that Saad will also be stripped of her title of 2018 AIPP Australian Commercial Photographer of the Year.

The deadline to enter Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2019 is almost upon us, but just wait until you see some of the world-class talent we have on board to help with the judging!

You have until 15 February to enter the Nikon Surf Photo of The Year 2019 competition.

Currently, there’s a storm brewing around an image that Melbourne photographer Lisa Saad produced which received a Silver with Distinction (Commercial category) at the 2018 Australian Professional Photography Awards, run by the AIPP.