From humble beginnings as a tradie with an eye for a good landscape, Will Patino has become one of Australia’s most promising up-and-coming wilderness photographers. All it took was a camera, a leap of faith, and a few thousand instagram followers. Read more
Adam Ferguson didn't even own a camera when he first decided to become a photographer. Ahead of a return trip to Afghanistan, Mike O'Connor discovers how in just 10 years he has become one of our country's finest conflict journalists.
Sydney enthusiast photographer Bill Karayannis only took up a camera a few years ago but has since produced some inspiring work. Mick Fletoridis reports on this up-and-coming shooter.
Whether he’s shooting high-end luxury products or intimate portraits, Richard Weinstein is always searching for ‘the soul’ of an image. He talks to Rob Ditessa about his remarkable career.
A casual comment to an employer set Andrea Francolini on a new path from graphic designer to pro photographer. Seventeen years later he's now one of the the world's premier yachting photographers. Marc Gafen meets the man behind the shutter.
Kelly Brown turned her passion for newborns into a thriving photography business. She talks to Marc Gafen about her brilliant career.
Thanks to our major sponsor Olympus and category sponsors Camera House, Eizo, WD and Zenfolio, winners of the 2015 Photographer of the Year will share in $18,500 worth of cash and prizes.
West Australian landscape specialist Dylan Fox captivates viewers with his stunning images, transporting them to far away places. Marc Gafen uncovers the secrets of his success.
Young professional photographer Kristian Lammle-Ruff has chosen his own path by using his freelance commercial shooting to finance his passion for social documentary projects. He speaks to Robert Keeley.
Barat Ali Batoor’s photos of Afghanistan and its people have an intensity and empathy that only someone close to the subject could capture. The self-taught photographer and Walkley award winner talks to Anthony McKee about his life, his approach to photojournalism and the life-threatening journey that brought him to Australia.
In the first of a new series showcasing recent work by leading professional photographers Daniel Linnet talks about his moody boudoir-themed series, 'Dragon's Den'.
When Craig Wetjen realised the business of photography was making him sick he knew he had to make some changes. A project photographing men in their sheds turned out to be the perfect tonic. He shares his story with Robert Keeley.
Easton Chang explains how he turned his enthusiasm for photographing cars into a successful career.
As principal photographer for the hit TV show ‘Game of Thrones’, Helen Sloan has a challenging brief. Australian Photography tracks her progress from the Big Top to the big league.
People are an endless source of fascination for photographer David Knight. He talks to Marc Gafen about his remarkable images and the art of shooting captivating portraits.