Andrew Vukosav installed a Phase One to the underbelly of his plane and flew thousands of kilometres, over the course of hundreds of hours, for the sake of just 22 photographs. Read more
A new book publisher is turning traditional business models on their head by harnessing the net and crowdsourcing images direct from the Australian photographic community. Here’s how to get your work in print, 21st Century style.
The benefits of photography to our mental health are often discussed, but rarely seen in practice. Mike O'Connor talks to photographer Craig Madsen and his son Cooper, who have both found benefits from photographing projects in their own unique way.
Photographer Steve McCurry has produced a staggering number of iconic images. In this from the vault interview with Robert Keeley in 2013, he talks about his career, the people and places that inspire him, and his philosophy on taking photos.
Photography dream-team The Light Collective's first project, an aerial exploration of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre, is being exhibited at Brisbane's Maud Gallery this month. Find out how it came together.
Educator, mentor and award-winning wedding photographer Milton Gan joins the lineup of incredible photographers presenting at Capture Live in Sydney on Sunday 20 August 2017.
Top photographer Daniel Linnet will share his insights on running a successful photography business at FOTO L!VE.
Lauren Bath, Australia's first professional Instagrammer, will show you how to get more out of social media at FOTO L!VE 2017.
Incredibly talented landscape photographer Tony Hewitt will be sharing his best tips at FOTO L!VE in Sydney on 20 August.
Timelapse and hyperlapse specialist Matthew Vandebutte has joined the lineup for FOTO L!VE 2017.
Image-editing guru Mark Galer will show you how to do more with your images at FOTO L!VE.
Helen Whittle, Overall Winner of Australian Photography's 2016 Photographer of the Year, will be talking about her winning portfolio at FOTO L!VE in August.
Motorsport photography is a challenging medium that normally involves shooting fast cars with long lenses. Mick Fletoridis talks to Seth Reinhardt, a photographer who takes a different approach.
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.
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.