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Sony has used the annual CES conference to release more details about its upcoming Airpeak drone project, confirming the company's first drone is a quadcopter capable of carrying a payload of an Alpha series camera.

It's official - Olympus Imaging is no more, with new company OM Digital Solutions Corporation commencing operations on January 1, 2021 and launching a new website to mark the occasion.

SkyPixel and DJI are calling out for entries to their 6th annual Aerial Photo and Video Competition.

The winning entries of the 2020 Budapest International Foto Awards have been announced, with a number of Australian photographers taking home notable merits and awards.

A series of reports have confirmed that the era of 'Made in Japan' Nikon cameras will end after 71 years.

A photography exhibition featuring work by people affected by homelessness opens this in Sydney this Sunday.

Visual communications company Getty Images has just opened applications for their $5,000 USD #ShowUs grant. Read on to find out more.

A print by photographer Ansel Adams has sold for $988,000 USD ($1.3 million AUD), setting a new auction record for one of the iconic photographer's prints.

Getty Images has just released their 2020 Year in Review collection. Read on to take a peek at some of the shots that made the cut.

The winners of our November 'Together' free monthly photo comp have just been announced. Read on to see which photographers have taken out November's top spots.

Shutterstock has just released its 2020 Year in Review, a collection of images that captured the most noteworthy stories of the past year.

We've got a special subscription offer to Australia's favourite photography magazine, just in time for Christmas.

Adobe has launched a free Lightroom Starter plan for desktop, which is not limited by trial or subscription terms.

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is promising fines of up to $11,100 for drone pilots deemed to be flying unregistered drones for work after 28 January 2021.

Travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published the latest edition of their annual Northern Lights Photographer of the Year, a collection featuring the best 25 photos of the Northern (and Southern) Lights.

The shortlist is up for our November 'Together' free photo comp. Take a look at the 33 photos that made the cut.