The winners of the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) have been revealed. Take a look at all the winners here...
Leica Camera Australia undertook a collaborative project with internationally renowned Melbourne-based street photographer, Jesse Marlow. Shot over six days, 'Tokyo Waiting' is the collection he produced. Check out a small sample here...
Get behind the scenes of the impressive campaign for Leinenkugel’s beer – shot by Stephen Stewart.
Get behind the scenes of the impressive campaign for Jacob's Creek Prosecco Spritz - shot by Janyon Boshoff, with integrated production (print & video) by Limehouse Creative.
‘Take Me Away’ depicts the life and times of Canton House, a Chinese take away which opened in the UK in the early 1960s.
Atlanta-based advertising and documentary projects specialist, Fernando Decillis captured a magical moment on an ad shoot with one of greatest Olympian of all time.
When we see campaigns for Clean Up Australia Day, we are usually flooded with images of garbage mounds and waste trails. This campaign takes a different tact, focusing on the result of the clean-up, and the regeneration of nature.
A selection of finalists for the the 2018 Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize.
Image gallery of winners and finalists from the 2018 Sony Alpha Awards.
A selections of some of the winners from the World Press Photo competition.
Rather than simply receive a brief from an advertising agency, French photographer Mathieu César finds it imperative to be involved in the concept development stage of an idea in order to create images that convey the final message.
100 Pictures, 100 Stories is an art show about expression, personality, the creative spirit and the whole spectrum of human possibilities. It is the culmination of a twelve-month digital project by artists Chrissie Hall and Deb Morgan.
Starting on 19 August, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale promises to be a veritable feast of photography. What follows is a little taster of what you can expect to see on display.
28 finalists have been revealed in the $15,000 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize. First prize is for the work judged to be an exceptional photographic portrait of a significant Australian distinguished in the arts, letters, science sports, or politics.