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How good are your JPEGs? Look for detail in the shadow and highlight areas, focus, colour and contrast. If your images aren't right perhaps you're making some of the most common mistakes.

Photo Tip of the Week: Top Shooting Mistakes... and How to Avoid Them!

What are the most common mistakes made by beginner photographers? As a long-time photographic educator Peter Burian has seen his fair share. In the first of a new two part series, he names four common pitfalls and shares some useful tips to help you avoid them. more

Photo Tip of the Week: How to Resize Images for the Photo Competitions

Ready to enter our Photographer of the Year or monthly photo comp? Here's how to resize your images for optimal quality and upload speed in Lightroom, Photoshop and Elements.

2014 APPAs: Wedding Photographer Wins Top Award

Wedding photographer James Simmons has been named 2014 Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year.

September Comp: Wheels

September Comp: Wheels

If it has a wheel it fits the bill for this month's photo challenge. Bikes, skateboards, cars and more – send us your best shots for the chance to 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.

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Panasonic Announces LX100 with MFT Sensor

Panasonic has revealed details of a new large-sensor compact camera, the DMC-LX100, which pairs a Micro Four Thirds chip with a 24-75mm (equivalent) f/1.7-2.8 zoom lens.

Olympus Refreshes OM-D E-M1

Olympus has relaunched its flagship OM-D E-M1 compact system camera with updated firmware and a new silver version of the camera body.

Leica's New X Factor: X and X-E

Leica has launched two new compact cameras to replace its X2, the X-E and X, both of which pair large APS-C sized sensors with prime 35mm lenses.

Leica Announces New D-Lux

Leica says it has combined a fast lens and an elegant design with a four-thirds sensor in its latest compact camera.

Nikon Launches Compact Full-Frame D750 DSLR

Nikon has launched its smallest and lightest full-frame DSLR to date, the Nikon D750. The 24.3-megapixel model, which weighs 840g with battery and memory cards, is the first Nikon full-frame DSLR with a tilting LCD screen and built-in WiFi.