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. Read more
Entries are now open for the $35,000 Bowness Photography Prize.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI faces an uphill battle to sell its products in the US, following a judge ruling that the company infringed a Patent held by rival company Autel Robotics USA.
Thanks to our great friends at SanDisk, we have an amazing SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD (1TB) valued at $399 to giveaway.
The winners of the annual BigPicture Photography Competition have been announced, with images from the beautiful to the bizarre sharng in the spoils for 2020.
32 images that celebrate April's theme 'At home' have made the shortlist in our free photo competition for April.
The online courses usually cost $150USD, and are all free, no strings attached.
A new short film showcasing the community and brand behind Wollongong-based camera housing company Salty Surf Housings has been released.
Nikon Australia has taken its popular Nikon School online, bringing a variety of photography tutorials and workshops into a post COVID-19 world.
Nine photographers have been recognised in the prestigious Head On Photo Festival at an event in Sydney this evening.
We've extended our very special subscription offer to AP mag until Sunday.
Check out the winners of our free monthly competition for March.
As part of their annual grant series, Getty Images has announced they will be awarding eight separate $5000 grants to photojournalists who are working to capture the stories of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
A new Australian film starring Hugo Weaving is bringing to life the tale of a war photographer and an unexpected friendship in Hearts and Bones, out next week.
Nikon's new “Creators Hour” initiative features talks and challenges by some of the world's best photographers, and all for free.
An international initiative is aiming to do away with old big five of wildlife – based on the toughest animals to shoot and kill – and create a new photography based top 5.
The World Press Photo Foundation has announced the results of its 63rd annual World Press Photo Contest, with a striking image captured during a blackout in Khartoum, Sudan receiving top honours.