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<i>Top left to right: Steven Fudge (Runner Up Black & White), Dasha Riley (Overall Winner, Winner Portrait), Diana Yong (Winner, Landscape), Nick Terry (Runner Up, Nature), Ann Doljanin (Runner Up, Landscape), Jorgen Rasmussen (Winner, Nature), Ronald Pollard (Winner, Junior Landscape), Ana Burenkova (Winner, Junior Portrait), Douwe Dijkstra (Winner, Black & White), Helen Whittle (Runner Up, Portrait), Olivia Donovan (Runner Up, Junior Landscape), Hamish Cowan (Runner Up, Junior Portrait).</i>

2015 Photographer of the Year: Winners and runners up

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2015 Photographer of the Year competition. Read on to find out about our winners. more

Fast lenses: The need for speed

Is it time to trade your kit zoom lens in on something faster? As Peter Burian explains, the extra cost might take some getting used to, but there are benefits to be had in terms of image quality and low-light performance.

<i>There were many distracting branches behind this Striated Pardalote. I decided to position myself in a spot where it was clear, making for a ‘cleaner’ image. Nikon D800, 80-200mm lens @ 200mm, 1/1255s @ f/3.2, ISO 800, hand-held.</i>

How to shoot stunning wildlife shots (part three)

In the final installment of Michael Snedic's three-part series on wildlife photography, he explains the finer points of flash, recommends some useful gear and exposure and lists five common pitfalls to watch out for.

Canon announces EOS-1D X Mark II

Canon has announced its new flagship DSLR, the EOS-1D X Mark II.

Sony reveals a6300, G Master lenses

Expanding on its popular mirrorless camera range, Sony has announced its newest model in the Alpha line-up, the α6300, and details of the new flagship G Master lens range.

Photo tip of the week: 5 best Tassie photo locations

Tasmania, with its ancient rainforests, windswept coastline and rugged mountain ranges is a paradise for landscape photographers. In this special feature, professional photographer and regular Apple Isle visitor Alfonso Calero names his five favourite locations to visit with a camera.

February Photo Comp: Leading Lines

February Photo Comp: Leading Lines

For our February photo comp we want you to look for 'Leading Lines' (thanks to Simon Tarrant for suggesting this month's theme on Facebook!). The winning image, chosen by our guest judge, will win a fantastic photo book gift voucher valued at $150 from our good friends at Momento. There's also a $100 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.

Featured photo: 'All Roads Lead to Bruno,' by Max Rittner. more

Stairway to Redemption

Image Doctor: Stairway to redemption

There are a lot of locations like this in our cities. The challenge is putting your own stamp on the scene. more