Conceived almost 50 years ago, the Australian Centre for Photography will go into 'hibernation' while the board considers the future of one of our leading arts institutions.

Buy a print captured by some of the world's best fine art and nature photographers, with all net proceeds going to support Conservation International.

We're delighted to announce an exclusive, one-off webinar with Sony imaging Ambassador and Australian Photography Photographer of the Year judge, Mark Galer.

Over 13.000 submissions from 120 countries were received for the 2020 International Photography Awards (IPA), and judges have named the winners in the 13 categories in both Professional and Non-Professional/Student divisions.

French Photographer Greg Lecoeur has been named overall winner, Photographer of the Year 2020, of the 6th annual Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA) for his image, 'Frozen Mobile Home'.

Taking out top honours from almost 6,000 images entered, Canadian photographer Matt Jackisch has been named as the overall winner in the 2020 Epson International Pano Awards. A number of Australians feature in the Top 5.

Almost two decades in the making, Ken Duncan’s new book, 'Walking in the Wild', is devoted exclusively to wildlife imagery.

An image by West Australian photographer Gary Meredith, 'Huddle up, it’s cold!', has been named winner of the People's Choice in the 2020 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year.

In the midst of a global pandemic the world finds itself simultaneously more connected and more isolated than ever before. 25 photographers across four countries have united to document the uncertain times of 2020.

Check out the amazing work from the first annual Aerial Photography Award. Belgian photographer Sebastien Nagy took out top honours.

A collaboration between Magnum and Aperture, 'Works of Imagination' is the final Square Print Sale of the year. it runs until 25 October.

Getty Images, in collaboration with its subsidiary, iStock, has recently announced their latest grants, the Creative Bursary, 'Definition Future'.

From over 49,000 entries, Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

The sale of Olympus has been completed, but the iconic brand name could eventually be dropped from future products according to a new report.

The call for entries for Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers is now open. The total prize pool is in excess of $30,000 in cash and prizes. Special pre-early bird entry pricing on now!

The winners of the 30th annual Ian Parry Scholarship have recently been announced in the competition for young photographers who are either under the age of 24 or attending a full-time photographic course.