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We're delighted to announce the sixth edition of our annual black and white photography competition, The Mono Awards, presented by Synology, is now open for entries.

Image and video hosting website Photobucket is reportedly in talks with a number of generative artificial intelligence companies to license its database of 13 billion images and videos to train text-to-image algorithms. 

World Press Photo has announced its regional winners for 2024, in the annual competition that celebrates the world's best photojournalism. 

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Five more images are on the operating table for the latest edition of Image Doctor.

Lightroom’s presets are a handy way to speed up your workflow. They allow you to use commonly applied settings at the touch of a button. But did you know you can create your own? Mike O'Connor shows you how.

Many landscape photographers are taught early on that they should aim to shoot at ISO 100 for the 'cleanest' possible photo, but when we live in an era of powerful camera sensors and AI-powered noise reduction, is this advice still sound?

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RØDE has announced three new products aimed at content creators: the Interview PRO, a broadcast-quality wireless handheld microphone, and two smartphone filmmaking accessories, the Phone Cage and Magnetic Mount.

Adobe has previewed a series of generative AI video tools designed for Premiere Pro that enable users to add or remove objects in a scene and will work alongside Adobe’s other Firefly generative AI models.

Viltrox has released a new cut-price APS-C lens for Fujifilm and Nikon cameras.

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A former commercial photographer, but perhaps better known for connecting creative talent from all corners of the industry, Sally Brownbill has just released her second book. We sat down for a chat with the creative powerhouse.

Yarra Valley's Sean Paris has spent the last few months exploring some of rural Victoria's quirky small towns, putting his take on the weird and wonderful parts of rural Australia that have been the stuff of road-trips for generations. 

In a rare interview, AP meets with the Australian Federal Police to find out more about what occurs behind the lens of the thin blue line.