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Kris Anderson, of Sinnamon Park, has been named AIPP QLD Professional Photographer of the Year.

Can public institutions use your images for free, without permission, and without crediting you? If you're in Texas, apparently they can!

Submissions for the $15,000 Pool Grant close 27 June.

B&W enthusiasts rejoice! Fujifilm has just announced a new film stock for 35mm and medium format – Neopan 100 Acros II.

Entries are now open for the $30,000 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize. Deadline is 10 July.

The call for submissions for the 2019 Ian Parry Scholarship is now open. The role of the scholarship is to keep the values and traditions of photojournalism alive and well, by encouraging and supporting young emerging talent.

Who was crowned the People's Choice winner at the Head On Photo Festival 2019?

Official news of Fujifilm's 100-megapixel medium format mirrorless digital camera is just hours away.

Following the completion of investigations into breaches of the rules of entry in recent AIPP National and Victorian State Professional Photography Awards, the AIPP has announced the correct winners across 13 categories over the last few years.

Check out the winners of the 2019 Head On Photo Awards who shared a prize pool of $60,000 across four categories: Portrait, Landscape, Mobile, and Student.

Tamara Dean has won the 2019 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize (MCPP) for her image, 'Endangered.'

Commercial photographer Mark Zed APP M.Photog took out the overall win to become the 2019 AIPP EPSON South Australian Professional Photographer of the Year.

Entries for the $15,000 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize close soon. Finalists will be on display at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale.

Adobe doubles the cost of access to Photography apps subscription, but offers loads more cloud storage.

Storm chaser captures once-in-a-lifetime tornado footage with his drone.