AustralianPhotography

After shooting a series of images from your travels, using Lightroom its quick and simple to turn a selection of them into a slideshow, complete with music.

Photo Tip of the Week: How to Create a Video Slideshow in Lightroom

In Lightroom there's a quick way to show off your images. Alfonso Calero explains how to turn your collections into slideshows in three easy steps. more

Camera Basics: Understanding Aperture

While most DSLRs offers a host of controls and settings, there are really only three you need to worry about - aperture, shutter speed and ISO. In this series, we'll look at these variables and how you can use them to create better pictures. In this first part, we put the spotlight on aperture.

April Comp: Street Photography

April Comp: Street Photography

In the tradition of iconic photographers like Henri Cartier Bresson, Robert Frank and Vivian Maier your challenge this month is to get out there and shoot the street! We want to see real photos of real people going about their daily lives.

The 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.

Photo: 'Hoi An' by James Ostinga. more

Esther Doryen, aged five, is carried to an ambulance in Monrovia. She died a week later. One image from the Australian photojournalist's portfolio. Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times.

Australian Photojournalist Daniel Berehulak Wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize

Australian photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has received a Pulitzer Prize award for his work documenting west Africa’s ebola epidemic.

Profile: Vikk Shayen

Vikk Shayen travelled a roundabout route into professional photography. She tells Robert Keeley how her surreal personal imagery is created without compositing.

Fan Shunzan's images evoke the aspirations of Chinese working-class people, while placing them in the reality of their current lifestyles.

Shunzan Fan's Satirical Images On Show at Stanley Street Gallery

Chinese photographer Shunzan Fan is showing his satirical series of images at Sydney’s Stanley Street Gallery as part of the Head On Festival.

The film-based group of photographers FilmNeverDie has backed an exhibition of Polaroid images showing at Photonet Gallery in Melbourne.

Melbourne’s Polaroid Resurrection

The Polaroid-based exhibition ‘Polaroid Resurrection’, backed by FilmNeverDie, has been extended at Melbourne’s Photonet Gallery.