34 photographs have been selected for the June shortlist of our free monthly photo competition. Read more
The Frank Hurley Photography Awards, a new international photography competition, named after Australia's very own Antarctic photography pioneer James Francis "Frank" Hurley, has just been launched.
The Winners of the Sony Alpha Awards 2020 have just been announced. Read on to find out which Aussie and Kiwi photographers have taken out the top spots in each category.
Travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published its annual Milky Way Photographer of the Year collection of imagery.
Japanese camera manufacturer Olympus has announced an agreement in principle to sell its imaging business.
The overall winners and the category winners of the 2020 Sony Photography Awards have just been announced. Read on to see the winner's works to find out which Aussies have made the cut on this year's shortlists and as this year's winners.
The People's Choice winner in the annual National Photographic Portrait Prize has been announced.
The decision is in! Read on to find out the overall winner and the people's choice winner of May's free monthly photo comp.
31 photographs that speak to May's theme 'Seasons' have been selected for the May shortlist of our monthly photo competition.
The shortlist for the global 2020 Portrait of Humanity competition has been announced. Read on to see which Australian photographers made the shortlist.
Photographer James Russell's new project Corrugated Cathedrals is seeking crowdfunding for a new book.
An Australian photographer has won what is possibly the richest single cash prize in all of photography.
The winner of the second edition of the Shah Marai Award, launched by AFP, has been announced.
A couple of weeks ago we ran a giveaway on our Facebook page, asking you to tell us in 25 words or less: “Where is the first place you will shoot after lockdown and why?”, and we now have a winner!
Our flagship photography competition, the 2020 Photographer of the Year presented by Nokia, is now open for entries.
Trent Parke, one of Australia's most respected contemporary photographers and our only Magnum member, is set to showcase his latest exhibition at the Michael Reid Gallery from today.