A photographic exhibition that showcases the prolific body of work captured by Australian photographer Nick Melidonis in Greece over the last two decades opens in WA this week. Read more
The Judge's Choice and the People's Choice winners of the May edition of our monthly photo comp have just been announced!
A 'mind-bending' orangutan image has taken out the grand prize at the annual Nature TTL Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
In Focus Women, an online community dedicated to celebrating and supporting women in landscape photography, is seeking submissions for its first print exhibition in Sydney later this year.
We've pulled together a panel of some of Australia's finest photographers to judge the 2021 Photographer of the Year, the biggest competition for amateur photographers in Australasia. Meet the first of our judges.
When you’re into photography, one of the best skills you’ll ever learn is budgeting.
40 photographs have made it into the final shortlist of our free monthly photo competition.
An art class at a Victorian high school has taken their study of photography to the next level by creating their very own camera obscura.
We're delighted to announce our annual photo competition, the 2021 Photographer of the Year, is now open for entries.
Australian photographer Bec Lorrimer is putting on her first solo exhibition at the Duck Rabbit Gallery in Redfern on Wednesday.
Incredible photographs of our galaxy and the stories behind how they were captured.
We're in for a treat tonight - with the first total lunar eclipse coinciding with a super moon set to be visible in Australian skies for the first time in more than three years.
The finalists of the Australian Photographic Society's Mullins Conceptual Photography Prize (MACPP) have been announced.
More than 50,000 people have voted for the 'new Big 5', a list of animals for wildlife photographers to pursue trophy photos of.
Aspiring filmmakers have the opportunity to compete for a prize pool valued at more than $50,000 in the Illuminate Filmmaking Challenge 2021.
News Corp has shed more of its staff photographers as it moves closer to adopting a completely freelance photography workforce.
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has just revealed the winning images of its inaugural Environmental Photography Award.