Indochine is the latest body of work by acclaimed photographer Samantha Everton. It depicts a woman navigating the conflicting cultural pressures of the East and the West. Read more
DANCHI DREAMS tells the story of modernity in Japan through an exploration of public housing projects known as ‘Danchi’. Danchi public housing projects emerged across Japan in the 1960s to cope with rapidly growing urban populations.
Not satisfied with capturing images on a traditional camera, like the kind you can buy at a shop (!), Simon Harsent had a camera built from an old wine barrel for his latest project with the winemaker, Wynns.
In the age of digital imagery, social media, and online news, the lifespan of visual content and photo essays has arguably diminished. But for Australian portrait photographer Alex Vaughan, commitment to long-term storytelling is paramount.
In the not too distant future, 4,500 families, elderly, disabled, and low-income people will be displaced as a result of development of the Waterloo housing estate. Fiona Wolf set out to document the plight of people with an uncertain future.
Oftentimes, the greatest obstacle to capturing an intimate, honest, and revealing portrait is right in front of you, acting as a barrier between you and your subject. Stuart Robertson used only a smartphone for his latest portrait project.
Desert Ink is a tale of 8 Mexican tattoo artists from the wrong side of the tracks, who, following their love of art and ink, found the will to change.
A boyhood fascination with insects coupled with his masterful lighting ability as a professional portrait photographer led to Levon Biss’ two-year project, Microsculpture. This is a small world on a grand scale!
It was one of Russian photographer, Arkadiy Kozlovskiy's final wishes that his children exhibit part of his photographic archive. The result is on display in Sydney - "The Russian Nude".
Dan Lim and Sébastien Dubois-Didcock travelled to one of the four corners of the globe to explore the extreme beauty and culinary wonders of Canada's Fogo Island.
Fabian Muir's "Urban Burqa" is the sequel to the 2014 series, "Blue Burqa in a Sunburnt Country". The initial series was conceived as a response to rising anti-immigration sentiment and the Abbott government’s stance at that time.
Last drinks were served over 30 years ago when the Terminus Hotel was boarded up and closed in 1984. Photographer Brett Patman brings us a very special and rare glimpse in a place that time forgot.
In a world that construes beauty along very specific and narrow lines, it’s not often that you see Cystic Fibrosis in the media. But one Canadian photographer aims to change the public’s perception about body image, and Cystic Fibrosis.
The new My Passport Wireless Pro from WD has been created with one thing in mind: to make the lives of photographers easier. Learn how it significantly boosted the workflow of photographers shooting the #WDPets campaign.
Markus Andersen’s photographs feature the city of Sydney as an abstracted backdrop for a fragile human presence – one dwarfed by overwhelming architectural development and consumerism.
For the last 20 years, Sydney-based advertising and commercial photographer Zahn Pithers has wanted to do a personal portrait project. Sixteen months and 33 portraits later, all captured in his lounge room, he produced "Australia Street".