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Behind the Lens: Shooting Landscapes in a Thai Cave

Caves are not the easiest places in which to take photos. That makes this remarkable photo by Drew Hopper all the more special. more

Get Better Pictures With Your Wide Angle Lens

Because wide angle lenses capture such a broad perspective it can be difficult to create images that draw viewer's eye into the photo. In this video from Adorama TV Mark Wallace explains some of the challenges and shares three useful techniques to help you create better photos when using wide lenses.

Mist in the Western Budawangs

Image Doctor: Mist in the Western Budawangs

The mist might create the mood, but finding the perfect composition will always present the same challenges. more

September Photo Comp: Into the Sun

September Photo Comp: Into the Sun

The theme for our September photo competition is that big fiery ball at the centre of our solar system. To enter, take a photo into the sun – with the sun included somewhere in the frame. The winning image chosen by our guest judge will win a fantastic photo book gift voucher valued at $250 from our good friends at Momento. There's also a $150 Momento gift voucher up for grabs in our 'people's choice' award. Voting takes place after the close of each competition on our Facebook page.

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Shooting Film: Why it Still Makes Sense

Digital technology now dominates the world of photography, but around the edges there are still professional and amateur photographers who love using film. We talk to three passionate film users about the enduring benefits of analog photography.

Photo by Yang Liu, 2014 Landscape Photographer of the Year.

2015 Photographer of the Year: New Categories and Over $18,500 in Cash and Prizes

2015 Photographer of the Year has opened for entries with two new junior categories and a record $18,000 in cash and prizes to give away.