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We're delighted to announce that a selection of winners and runners-up from the 2023 edition of Photographer of the Year are currently being displayed at Ted's World of Imaging in Sydney.

World Press Photo has announced its regional winners for 2024, in the annual competition that celebrates the world's best photojournalism. 

An electronic labyrinth of light, colour and sound will pulse to life once again when Dark Spectrum: A New Journey opens in May as part of Sydney's Vivid festival.  

Panasonic has extended its warranty for Lumix S and G series products out to five years, joining Canon in offering the longest warranty period of any of the major camera manufacturers in Australia.

Sony's new sensor announcement gives a tantalising look at the future.

24 photos have made the cut in our final shortlist for the March ‘Street photography' edition of our free monthly photo comp.

The deal, which is made up of a mix of cash and stock, is valued at “several hundred million pounds,” Canva co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Cliff Obrecht said in an interview with Bloomberg on Monday.

Check out the winners of our free monthly photo comp for February.

Streaming giant Netflix has launched applications for its second Unit Photography Bootcamp, open to photographers Australia-wide who are keen to learn more about a career in the screen industry.

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund has announced Argentinian photographer Irina Werning as the recipient of this year’s $30,000 USD ($45,000 AUD) W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography for her project, Las Pelilargas.

YouTube has announced that it will require content creators to label AI-generated content that viewers could mistake for being real.

One of our oldest photo competitions, Your Best Shot, is now open to non-subscribers to enter, and there's amazing prizes to be won.

Check the shortlist for our 'Windows' free monthly photo comp.

Find out the winners of Your Best Shot's 'Flight' themed photo competition, thanks to the team at Blonde Robot.

NASA has selected the Z9 for the upcoming Artemis III mission which will be used by the crew returning to the surface of the Moon in 2026.

New research is proving that images of humans and animals interacting has an increasingly negative effect on conservation.