AustralianPhotography



July 'Love' Photo Comp: Winner and Shortlist

Hearts, padlocks, cuddling couples, babies, kids and even pets featured prominently in our love-themed July photo competition. more

Photo Tip of the Week: How to Shoot Stunning Travel Photos

Travel photography can be challenging and highly rewarding, especially when you anticipate and capture a moment that sums up the essence of a location. Professional travel photographer Valerie Martin shares seven tips to help you shoot better photos on your next holiday.

iStabilizer Targets 'Me' Generation

Taking advantage of our current obsession with sefies, iStabilizer has released an extendable monopod to help users shoot more flattering self portraits.

August Comp: The Sea

August Comp: The Sea

The theme for this month's competition is, 'The Sea'. From the beach to the open ocean we want to see your most inspired interpretations of this diverse subject. 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: 'Moorea,' by Jeff Levingston. more

Documentary photographer Robert Ashton is showing his 1974 series of images recording life in the Melbourne inner city suburb of Fitzroy at the Colour Factory Gallery.

Colour Factory Gallery Exhibitions

Photographers Rebekah Stuart and Robert Ashton are both exhibiting their work at the Colour Factory Gallery in Melbourne.

Tom Evangelidis' exhibition 'Facade' is a collection of 10 year's making, including a range of architectural styles from cities as diverse as Prague and Hanoi.

Tom Evangelidis: Façade

A collection of architectural images by Australian photographer Tom Evangelidis is now showing at the Edmund Pearce Gallery in Melbourne.

Capture Annual 2014: Call for Entries

Capture magazine is calling for entries to its biggest issue of the year, The Annual.