We've pulled together a panel of some of Australia's finest photographers to judge the 2019 Photographer of the Year, the biggest competition for amateur photographers in Australasia. Meet the first of our judges. Read more
A striking image of a fin whale is the competition’s first drone pic winner.
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography’s (AIPP) annual national awards, the APPAs, have been announced.
Check out the winners of our free monthly competition for July.
Central Coast landscape photographer Glenn McKimmin opens a new solo exhibition, Shadow & Light, this Friday at the Ken Duncan gallery, Erina.
Security researchers in the US have demonstrated that a DSLR can be incapacitated using wirelessly transmitted ransomware, a type of WiFi malware that forces victims to pay in order to decrypt their data.
The shortlist for the 2019 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize has been announced, revealing a picture of Australia as a multicultural, quirky and extraordinary place.
A new book and exhibition by Australian photographer Jon Frank documents street scenes across the world in the lead up to the new millennium.
National Geographic have partnered with smartphone manufacturer OPPO to launch a new photography series.
Submissions are currently open for the annual SUNSTUDIOS Emerging Photographer Award (SEPA).
Sydney's Head On Photo Festival has opened applications for its 2020 edition.
Melbourne’s CCP is launching the inaugural CCP Photo Fair next month, which will feature over 70 artworks from Australian photographers and a curated program of events, panel discussions and book launches.
The annual contest, now in its 37th year, received a record 97,369 entries across three categories, representing more than 170 countries and regions around the world.
A new short film captured in South Georgia explores the creative process of fine art wildlife photographer David Yarrow.
The iPhone Photography Awards have announced the winners of the 12th Annual Awards for 2019, aimed at celebrating the creativity of iPhone photographers worldwide.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has delayed the roll out of a nationwide drone registration scheme, with recreational users not expected to need to register for the scheme until mid to late 2020.