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These arresting studio portraits capture the beauty, power, and even humour of 150 furry and feathered species, captured by acclaimed photographer, Randal Ford who celebrates our fascination with and love of animals through his engaging portraits.

Western Australian photographer, Jarred Parker has been named winner of the inaugural Merrell Photo Competition, taking home the grand prize of $20,000.

The call for entries for the 2018 Travel Photographer of the Year awards are now open, with a deadline of 1 October. The competition is open to amateur, semi-professional, and professional photographers from across the globe.

Since 2010, Getty Images special correspondent, John Moore has focused on the issue of undocumented immigration to the United States. He is unmatched for his comprehensive photography of undocumented immigration along the U.S.-Mexico border.

The 2018 IAFOR Documentary Photography Award is now inviting submissions on the theme, "Fearful Futures".

The judges of this year’s Australian Life competition have just announced the 22 finalists in the running to take out the top prize of $10,000. The finalists were chosen from a total of 2,478 submissions.

Call for submissions for The Annual 2018 is now open. Don't miss the opportunity to have your work featured in the biggest edition of the year. The extended deadline closes 28 August.

A total of 51 Finalists have been announced by the Monash Gallery of Art for the 2018 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, all vying for the the first prize of $30,000.

SeaLegacy co-founder, National Geographic photographer, acclaimed ocean conservationist, and TED Talks favourite, Paul Nicklen traces his extraordinary love affair with the polar regions in his most recent book, "Born to Ice".

FOTO Live 2018 was awesome!!! Here's what happened at our annual event. Looking forward to seeing you next year.

Photographer Sam Edmonds wins the $5,000 first prize at the annual Antarctic Photography Competition, run as part of Hobart's Antarctica Festival.

An image by a Bangladeshi photojournalist, Jibon Ahmed, of two lovers “lip kissing” in the monsoon rain, taken on the campus of the University of Dhaka, has resulted in him being beaten up and sacked after the image went viral.

Get a tonne of inspiration and sneak peek of all the great stuff we've packed into the July/August edition of Capture magazine.

Ever wondered how you can run a more creative business? Kelly Tunney is one of eight inspiring, leading lights of the photographic industry to grace the stage at Foto Live. Learn the creative steps she's taken to boost her business, and craft.

Nadia Shira Cohen has been named winner of the 2018 Getty Images Women’s Photography Grant for her work on the the criminalisation of abortion in El Salvador.