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The exhibition delves into the State Library of NSW's vast collection of two million images, showcasing 400 photos – many displayed for the first time.
The new super powerful M3 MacBook Pro hits the market today. We break down whether it's worth the upgrade.
Not to be outdone by Lightroom's latest update, Capture One fires back with a plethora of updates.
BEWARE of heightened phishing attempts on Facebook and Instagram!
Rare photos of the Sydney Opera House have been released, as the World Heritage listed masterpiece celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Australia’s largest photographic event, The Head On Photo Festival, is returning against the backdrop of Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach for its 14th year. Here are some of the festival highlights.
Add Blur and Bokeh effects using Lens Blur; Edit and export in HDR; Edit colour pallet using Point Colour; Enhanced masking; Denoise; Support for new cameras & lenses and other performance improvements.
The 2023 Nikon Photo of the Year Prize was awarded to Quinn Rooney for his image Matilda Joy.
'Through this curation, we want to pay tribute and celebrate what really makes our photographs different from an artificially-generated image.'
And you thought your 15-35mm was wide. The shooting area is more than twice that of a 16mm focal length.
Photography: Real & Imagined (13 Oct 2023 – 4 Feb 2024) is the largest survey of the NGV's Photography collection and features more than 270 photographs from the past 125 years.
Sydney photographer Samuel Ferris has won the Australian Life photography competition for his image ‘On The Way To Inspections’.
Squarespace has unveiled a refreshed suite of products that includes six new template designs inspired by iconic photographers.
Opening in Sydney mid-October, and travelling to Melbourne for early November, this exhibition showcases a moment in time just before the release of Amy Winehouse's first Album 'Frank'.
So many things can go wrong at a wedding, but up the top of the list has to be a photographer taking your $6000 deposit and disappearing without a trace just weeks before the big day.
Hosted by Australian Photography Magazine, this is the second edition of The Landscape Awards open for Australian & New Zealand photographers.