Behind The Lens: Portrait in Old Havana

Todd McGaw tells the story behind an unconventional portrait that he shot on the streets of Old Havana, Cuba. more

Photo Tip of the Week: Shoot Great Images With a Single Light Source

Can you be creative with a single light source? While on-camera flash often results in a light that’s harsh and ‘too straight’, if you get the flash off the camera, or use a different light source, you can get some great results, writes Darran Leal.

Afghan special forces search a compound for Taliban militants and weapons at Gonbaz village, Kandihar Province, Afghanistan, 2005. Image by Stephen Dupont, one of the lecturers at the CCP masterclass series.

Masterclasses at CCP in 2014

Leading Australian photographers John Gollings, Anne Zahalka, Stephen Dupont and Dr Les Walkling are gearing up to host a series of masterclasses at Melbourne’s Centre for Contemporary Photography in 2014.

July Comp: Love

July Comp: Love

The theme for our July comp is 'love'. The best image will win a brilliant Spyder4PRO from Kayell Australia. valued at $240. With a patented 7-colour sensor and easy-to-use setup wizard, the Spyder4PRO automates and simplifies display calibration to deliver consistent and predictable colour every time.

Featured photo: "Love Locks on the Pont d'Arts, Paris" by Christiana Ratcheva. more

Photographer of the Year 2014: Featured Portfolio #3

This week's featured photographer is Dianne Galbraith, whose beautiful Nature portfolio 'Dandelion Guises' is a great example of a simple idea brilliantly executed.

John Witzig Tracks Rise of '70s Surf Culture

A new exhibition opening at the National Portrait Gallery next month celebrates the rise of Australian surf culture with photos by Tracks magazine co-founder John Witzig.

Entries Open for 2014 Nikon-Walkley Awards

The 2104 Nikon-Walkley awards, which cover a range of photographic genres, are now open for entries.