Magnum Photos have pledged to launch further internal investigations in response to a scathing exposé that alleges misconduct by one of its photographers, David Alan Harvey. Read more
Taking out top honours from almost 6,000 images entered, Canadian photographer Matt Jackisch has been named as the overall winner in the 2020 Epson International Pano Awards. A number of Australians feature in the Top 5.
Almost two decades in the making, Ken Duncan’s new book, 'Walking in the Wild', is devoted exclusively to wildlife imagery.
An image by West Australian photographer Gary Meredith, 'Huddle up, it’s cold!', has been named winner of the People's Choice in the 2020 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year.
In the midst of a global pandemic the world finds itself simultaneously more connected and more isolated than ever before. 25 photographers across four countries have united to document the uncertain times of 2020.
Check out the amazing work from the first annual Aerial Photography Award. Belgian photographer Sebastien Nagy took out top honours.
A collaboration between Magnum and Aperture, 'Works of Imagination' is the final Square Print Sale of the year. it runs until 25 October.
Getty Images, in collaboration with its subsidiary, iStock, has recently announced their latest grants, the Creative Bursary, 'Definition Future'.
From over 49,000 entries, Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The sale of Olympus has been completed, but the iconic brand name could eventually be dropped from future products according to a new report.
The winners of the 30th annual Ian Parry Scholarship have recently been announced in the competition for young photographers who are either under the age of 24 or attending a full-time photographic course.
One of the world’s leading photojournalists, Ami Vitale has recently announced a flash print sale to support Girls Who Click in celebration of Day of the Girl which falls on 11 October.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year showcases some of the world's best nature photography and photojournalism, and offers a global platform for amateur and professional photographers to showcase their work.
The winners of the 2020 Paris Photography Prize have recently been announced, with Italian photographer Alberto Giuliani taking out top honours and being named Photographer of the Year.
The call for entries for the $15,000 Martin Kantor Portrait Prize is now open.
The winners have just been announced for the People's Choice in the second annual Mono Awards.
The call for submissions for the 2021 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo is now open with a deadline to enter of 10 October. Professional, amateur photographers, and photographer’s collectives can apply for the Book Award.