The winners of the 67th Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism have been announced at a star-studded event in Sydney.

Our guest judge and the people have spoken! We have the winners for our Ocean themed monthly photo comp for October.

New work by Above Below, a contemporary photography and mixed media collective, will explore experiences of displacement, personal trauma and solitude in its inaugural exhibition at Paddington's Comber Street Studios from Thursday.

Now in its 15th year, and run by our sister title Capture, the competition has uncovered and helped boost the careers of numerous emerging photographers in Australia and New Zealand.

A new photo exhibition raising vital funds for a community-based education program in rural India opens in Sydney this week.

The call is out for more than 2,000 brave Sydneysiders keen to feature in artist Spencer Tunick's first large-scale artwork in more than 5 years.

23 photos have made the cut in our final shortlist for the October ‘Ocean’ edition of our free monthly photo competition.

New figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have revealed the highest number of accidental falls from cliffs since the organisation began recording the data in 2012, raising fears that selfie-obsessed Australians are to blame.

Tomorrow evening people across Australia and New Zealand will be treated to a total lunar eclipse, weather permitting. It’s an opportunity to not be missed, as the next one won’t be visible from our region until 2025.

The Head On Photo Awards has announced its winners for 2022, with winners sharing in a prize pool of $70,000, including $30,500 cash.

The last vestiges of Olympus are set to go as OM System confirms a full rebrand across its product lines.

Find out the winners of our free monthly competition for September.

Powerhouse has announced the acquisition of the archive and fund of the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), some two years after the centre closed, in a major win for photography in Australia.

The WA Maritime Museum has announced a new photography exhibition, Fremantle Then & Now: Historical Panoramas, exploring the changing face of Fremantle from the 1800s to the present day.

The first of our judges have been announced for the 2022 Photographer of the Year presented by Camera House.

The winner of the 2022 Nikon Photo of the Year and Portrait Prize have been announced.