The winners of our August free monthly photo comp have just been announced. Read on to find out who they are and to see the winning images. Read more
The MGA has announced the names of the 60 shortlisted finalists of the 2020 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize.
The results are in for The Mono Awards 2020. Check out the top five finalists in all three categories right here.
Canon has announced the Canon Collective will discontinue in its current format after almost a decade of serving Australian photographers, in a sad COVID-19 related loss for the photographic community locally.
The Oakland Museum of California has launched a digital archive of the incredible life and work of iconic photojournalist Dorothea Lange.
Take a look at the photographs that have been selected for the July shortlist of our free monthly photo competition.
Australia's Underwater Tour speakers' series has announced the winners of its inaugural international photography competition.
Focus Features has released the first trailer for the Pete Souza documentary The Way I See It, which explores the work and legacy of one of the great White House photographers.
The My RØDE Reel International Short Film competition is now open for entries, with a whopping $1 million in cash up for grabs.
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) has announced the winners of its inaugural Silver Linings photo competition.
Thinking about making a photo book? Or already made one you're proud of? Consider entering it into the APS photo book competition.
Canon has just launched the second year of their free youth mentoring program, Red Straps. Read on to find out more.
Signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality 6x6” prints by Magnum Photos and Vogue photographers are available for $100USD, for one week only.
With 18 categories and more than 50 images recognised, check out all the winners of the annual iPhone Photography Awards for 2020.
The Australian National University kicks off a new exhibition featuring work by Michael Jalaru Torres and Murray Fredericks, among others, next week.
Prominent Melbourne music photographer Jack Stafford has admitted that he was an "abuser" who had "displayed pure misogyny" after he was the unnamed subject of several sexual misconduct accusations on social media this week.