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In times like these, we should be celebrating photography more than ever. Celebrate Photography Month with fine-art paper manufacturing company, Hahnemühle.

From now until Sunday, 2 August, Magnum’s Square Print Sale will present over 100 images and texts by international artists curated under the theme of 'Solidarity'.

Entries for the inaugural Frank Hurley Photography Award are open until 30 October, with entrants sharing in a prize pool worth over $30,000.

The shortlist for the 2020 Wellcome Photography Prize has recently been announced, with 44 images from photographers in 13 countries making the cut. The overall winner will receive a £15,000 prize.

When will the stupidity end?! Clearly, not enough people have died in the pursuit of the “perfect” selfie or portrait, or the message just isn’t getting through.

The Grand Prize Winner and all the category winners have been announced for the 2020 Sony Alpha Awards.

The finalists for the 2020 Sony Alpha Awards have been revealed.

After 84 years in the game, Olympus quits the camera market, agreeing to sell their camera division to Japan Industrial Partners.

One of Australia’s longest-running collectives, Oculi, not only celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, but has recently announced the single-biggest intake of new members in its two-decade history.

Klarissa Dempsey has been announced as the winner of the People’s Choice Award of the 13th annual National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPPP).

Pablo Albarenga (Uruguay) has been named Photographer of the Year at the Sony World Photography Awards, taking home the US$25,000 prize for his series, 'Seeds of Resistance'. Read on to see to the work of the other category winners.

Entries are now open for the $30,000 Bowness Photography Prize. The deadline is 8 July.

Ian Bickerstaff's 10-year project, 'Sanctuary', win's the People's Choice award for most loved exhibition.

The call for entries for the 2020 Travel Photographer of the Year Awards have recently opened. Due to COVID-19, entries made during June are 50% off.

Join the Ballarat International Foto Biennale for their Yellow Dot Fundraiser, taking place on 17 June.

Peak Design has donated all profits from the successful 4-day launch of its Travel Tripod to the CDC Foundation and Climate Neutral.