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Congratulations to our overall winner selected by our guest judge, photographer Drew Hopper, and to our people's choice award winner from our Facebook page. Read on to see the winning images.

The winners of the inaugural Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 competition have been announced.

The South Island's popular tourist attraction has been damaged following an attack with a saw.

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Dylan Fox shares his experience of revisiting and bringing something new to his image-making at Sugarloaf rock, one of the icons of landscape photography in WA.

Stuck at home and getting bored? Of course you are! Well there's never been a better time to learn some new photography skills.

Powerful foregrounds can make or break a wide angle shot, and they're a great way to totally transform a 'normal' landscape image to give it a three dimensional feel.

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Ricoh has announced the development of its third “Star-Series lens”, the HD Pentax-D FA* 85mm f/1.4 SDM AW.

UK software company Serif has made its suite of Affinity apps for Mac or Windows completely free for three months.

Canon have released further details about the upcoming EOS R5, confirming the camera will offer full sensor width 8K, and animal AF.

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Photographer Douglas Kirkland's new exhibition, Three Weeks with Coco Chanel, opens at Perth's Claremont Quarter from this weekend. We sat down for a Q&A with the legendary portrait photographer ahead of the exhibition.

We sat down for a Q&A with Stephen Nielson, Director of Product Management for Photoshop, to talk 30 years of Photoshop and how developments in machine learning can enhance, and not detract from the creative process.

From the simplest tasks around the house, to not knowing if the footpath is flat or clear of obstructions, many things we take for granted on a day-to-day basis can be an issue for me.