The latest series by fine art aerial photographer Brad Walls focuses on the beauty of synchronised swimming. Read more
Renowned British portrait and fashion photographer Rankin's latest project, 'Lost for Words', seeks to encourage the conversation around death.
Aerial photographer Brad Walls, also known as Bradscanvas, has recently released a new body of work, 'ballerine de l'air' (Ballerina from the air).
An adventurer at heart, Cade Martin has always sought out people and organizations that intrigue him, with the intent to discover and tell their stories through his imagery. Here is the story of SourceAmerica.
Renowned US-based advertising specialist Tim Tadder's latest project, 'Black is a Colour', seeks to encourages empathy, unity, and a non-binary view of race.
Photojournalist Darrian Traynor documents the horrific injuries inflicted by Israeli forces, and the lengthy treatment received by Palestinians protesting in Gaza.
The aim of Christopher Hopkins' project, 'Invisible Wounds', is to visually represent the tension and fragility of Australian military veterans living with a range of mental health and wellness issues.
A new photography exhibition shines a light on the stories behind the tattoos of our servicemen and women.
'Salt Moon' is a collaboration between photographer, Simon Harsent and poet, David Harsent. It began as a series of slow-exposure photographs of moonlight reflected in the ocean.
Check out Adrian Smith's incredible never-before-seen footage of insects flying, captured at 3,200fps.
American portrait specialist, Tim Tadder and his crew spent time with font-line healthcare professionals to produce these powerful images for his project, 'Health Care Heroes'.
Martin Von Stoll won the Single Shot category of Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers 2020. His winning image also graced the cover of the May/June/July edition of Capture magazine. Here's what happened on the day.
With the extraordinary opportunity to work on projects with the Smithsonian and Smithsonian Magazine through the years, it’s safe to say that Cade Martin could find a second career as a museum curator or tour guide.
Digging beneath the sun-baked soil, 'Abandoned Australia' uncovers the modern ruins scattered over this arid continent and reveals a series of beautifully broken abodes hiding in the crevices of the Great Southern Land.
'Fisherwomen' is a long-term exploration, in words and pictures, of the contemporary and historical importance of women to the fishing industry. The work will be published by Ten O’Clock Books.
'Lost but Found' is a project that was initiated as a result of Peter Sharp’s work as the volunteer photographer and ambassador for Sydney Dogs & Cats Home. The work has recently been published by Macmillan Australia.
Cade Martin‘s work often shows us his vision through imagination and gets us asking questions about how he creates his images, and where he gets his ideas from.