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The festival has announced the shortlist for its $5,000 global street photography competition, along with a jam-packed program of local and international competitions, exhibitions, artist talks and workshops, all launching this weekend.

Iran has confirmed the arrest of two Australian travel-bloggers, following reports last week that the couple, along with a British-Australian academic, had been arrested in the country.

Almost a year after he was arrested in China, award-winning photojournalist Lu Guang has reportedly been released.

Twenty-eight images have been selected for the Australian Life photography competition, capturing depictions of life around Australia.

A waving damselfly, a rockin’ marmot and a farting penguin by Eric Keller are just some of the forty finalists in the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (CWPA).

The Getty Images Reportage Grant aims to support independent photojournalists around the world by providing the creative freedom necessary to pursue work that is personally important to them.

Best known for his seminal book, “The Americans,” Frank's intimate style and raw black and white images captured a generation, and continue to be the blueprint for documentary photography today.

The winning images from the inaugural Southern Flinders Ranges International Travel Photo Contest have been announced.

An auction of photographs and work by Photography Studies College final year students, PSC instructors and other well known photographers will kick off this Friday evening in Melbourne.

Read the wrap-up of our free monthly photo competition for August.

Melbourne photographer Jason Smith's new exhibition, Urbanscape, opens today at the city's Illuminate gallery.

National Geographic is to officially shutter its ‘Your Shot’ image sharing platform.

Enter our Facebook comp and go in the draw to win a Sandisk storage prize pack valued at $508.

Facebook users rejoice, as it appears the social media platform may soon follow Instagram in a trial of hiding the like count.

An Australian production and photography agency has launched a free mentorship program for talented young female photographers.