Photo Tip of the Week: How to Master Live Performance Photography

Whether you're shooting a stadium rock show or intimate theatre productions, live performance photography requires planning, skill and instinctive timing. Rob Ditessa talked to three experts who share their best tips and tricks for capturing dynamic and memorable images. more

2015 Photographer of the Year judges (left to right from top): Tamara Dean (photo by Anna Kucera), Joshua Holko, David Knight, Nick Melidonis, Justin Gilligan, Tobias Titz (photo by Caro Maconald), Drew Hopper, Mandarine Montgomery, David Stowe, Anthony McKee and Paul Hoelen (photo by Trevor Foon).

Top Pro Photographers to Judge 2015 Photographer of the Year

A who's who of leading professional photographers has signed up to judge Australian Photography's 2015 Photographer of the Year photo competition.

Pittenweem Harbour, Image by Mike McCaw

'Scotland in Slow Motion' Exhibition for Australia

'Mike McCaw – f300: Scotland in Slow Motion' is the first photographic exhibition of direct positive pinhole images ever held in Australia.

Jake Weisz's 'Reverie' Set to Open in Sydney

Sydney photographer Jake Weisz is set to release a photo book to coincide with his solo exhibition entitled ‘Reverie’ at Black Eye Gallery in Darlinghurst, NSW.

Under the tree

Image Doctor: Under the Tree

Looking for good lines is all part of the process of making photographs look good. more

Video: 10 Great Portrait Photography Tips

What's the secret to capturing engaging portraits? Tom Greenwood from Sydney Portraits shares 10 simple tips from lighting and lenses to apertures, angles, and attitude.

Islington Silos by Michael Evans. Evans says, “This image was captured using 16 stops of neutral density filters in order to elongate the exposure time to 331 seconds. This produced the dramatic cloud movement I was looking for.”

Photo Tip of the Week: Shooting Architecture

Capturing buildings and structures in dynamic ways presents some unique challenges for photographers. Rob Ditessa talks to three architectural specialists to find out how they get their images.

November Comp: Shoot a Magazine Cover

November Comp: Shoot a Magazine Cover

In this month's photo comp we want you to try your hand at shooting a cover for Australian Photography magazine. 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.

Featured photo: Sunstarrise by Hamish Stubbs more