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Oskar Barnack's personal Leica O-Series No. 105 has sold for 14.4 million euros ($21.7 million AUD) at auction, making it the most expensive camera ever sold.

Just under 100 images have made the final shortlist in this year's edition of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year award.

The annual celebration of the world's best bird photos, Bird Photographer of the Year, has announced its 11 finalists for 2022.

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In part two of our two part series on landscape composition, we look at centring your frame, and ditching the tripod.

Mitchell Kaneshkevich shares the story behind this dark and moody portrait from Indonesia.

A telephoto lens lets us control perspective as well as fill our frame. Here’s why.

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The new smartphone printer includes customisable frames, image colour modes, and INSTAXAiR, which lets users hold the Mini Link 2 users draw 'in the air' and transfer the drawing to their images.

Tamron has announced the 17-70mm F/2.8 Di III-A VC RXD (Model B070), a new, fast standard zoom lens for Fuji X-mount APS-C mirrorless cameras.

DJI has announced the next iteration of its consumer gimbal line—the DJI RS 3 and DJI RS 3 Pro, as well as a new transmission and focus system, although these are only compatible with the higher end model.

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Pro surf photographer Matt Dunbar continues to be shaped by the changing swells of the ocean he has photographed for more than a decade. He speaks to AP about weathering the tide as he charts a course from surfing to storytelling.

More than three years in the making, historian Peter Maddern has recently released The Eye of Wilkins, a new book celebrating the photographs of the pioneering explorer Sir George Hubert Wilkins.

Many of us have dreamed of turning our love for sports into a career. But what does it take to be a professional in an era when every fan has a camera and moments are gone in the blink of an eye? AP meets sports pro Rob Cianflone to find out.