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Winners have been revealed across 11 categories in the 7th annual Sony Alpha Awards, along with the Grand Prize winner.

54 works have been shortlisted in the annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize which offers a first prize of $30,000.

Instagram's move to be more like rival TikTok is likely to be bad news for photographers. Or a great opportunity...

Keen to make a submission for The Annual 2022 and have your work showcased in this very special edition of Capture? You can find everything you need to know here!

A total of 35 images have been shortlisted in the 14th annual Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. Over 3,000 images were received from amateurs and professionals across 67 countries.

The judging panel for Australasia's Top Wedding Photographers 2022 comprises some of the world's best and most respected wedding photographers. Early bird entries close after 24 July,

Leica Akademie Australia’s Open Day 2022 offers the opportunity to attend free education sessions and learn from some of Australia's best photographers.

Fujifilm Australia has just opened the doors on its first retail store, the Fujifilm House of Photography.

The search is on again for the region's best wedding photographers. Enter Australasia's Top Wedding Photographers, presented by Sony, and share in $17,000 of prizes, including $7,000 in cash. But hurry! Early bird pricing ends this Sunday.

A portrait by Wayne Quilliam, 'Silent Strength 2021', has won the 2022 National Photographic Portrait Prize, netting him the $50,000 prize.

The winners of the second annual International Portrait Photographer of the Year competition have been announced with a number of Australians recognised.

Submissions for the 2022 CatchLight Global Fellowship close 17 July, with four US$30,000 Fellowship Awards on offer.

Entries for the Ian Parry Scholarship close 15 July. It recognises the best emerging photojournalists from around the world.

Artists and photographers from around the world are invited to take part in one of the leading, international photography festivals, FORMAT. The call for submissions closes 31 August.

Almost 100 images have been revealed as finalists in the 18th annual Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition.

Oskar Barnack's Leica O-Series No. 105 sells for a world record A$22m.