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Top honours for the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award have gone to an academic and students from the University of Technology, Sydney – Cherine Fahd, Matteo Dal Vera, and Michael Weatherill.

Sydney-based photographer, Rob Palmer has won the 13th annual National Photographic Portrait Prize (NPPP) with his portrait of chef Josh Niland, titled 'The mahi-mahi, 2019'.

The World Press Photo Awards Show 2020 and the World Press Photo Festival 2020, due to be held in Amsterdam on 16-18 April, have been cancelled.

One of Australia's leading photographic collectives is seeking new members. Expressions of interest close 15 March.

Two Australians are amongst the finalists in the 17th annual Smithsonian magazine photo contest.

Adam Stevenson has been revealed as the Australian National Award winner for the Sony World Photography Awards 2020.

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Three Australians have been included in the list of nominees for the 63rd annual World Press Photo Contest.

Italian photojournalist Antonio Faccilongo has been named as the winner of the 2020 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo for his project, 'HABIBI'. Australian photojournalist Daniel Berehulak was one of the two finalists.

Tourist poses just centimetres from 915m drop for holiday snap.

Finalists have recently been announced for the Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award, hosted by Momento Pro. Winners will be announced on Friday, 6 March at the Photobook/NZ festival opening night.

The call for entries for 2020 edition of The Mono Awards is now open. This year, entrants will compete for a prize pool of $12,000, including $7,500 cash.

Photographer wins US$258k copyright breach lawsuit.

As part of the inaugural photography biennale PHOTO 2020, Australian photographers are being asked to submit portraits for the global project, Inside Out.

Renowned Sydney-based advertising photographer Simon Harsent has been left devastated after his studio in the suburb of Marrickville was flooded within 20 minutes, destroying up to 100 of his exhibition prints.