The work of Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky – known for his large-scale depictions of humanity's impact on the planet – are set to blanket Sydney’s Oxford Street precinct from next week.

We've got a special subscription offer to Australia's favourite photography magazine.

To mark its 75th anniversary, legendary co-operative Magnum Photos is selling a £345, limited edition version of its now iconic publication, Magnum Magnum, a photobook that in its original form sold more than 200,000 copies.

The winners of the annual NatureTTL photo comp have been unveiled, with Australian photographers and locations in the spotlight.

A new exhibition of abstract aerial photographs captured about Victorian salt lakes opens this week.

The iPhone Photography Awards has announced the winners of its 15th annual competition.

The 13th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award (Prix Carmignac du photojournalisme) has opened for entries, with a €50,000 ($72,000 AUD) grant on offer.

Our sister title Capture magazine has opened applications for the Annual, its once-a-year showcase of the year's strongest work from Australian and international photographers.

28 photos have made the cut in our final shortlist for the July ‘Red’ edition of our free monthly photo competition.

A new exhibition opening today at Sydney's Sunstudios features more than thirty distressed artworks, including captivating portraits of performers Tim Minchin and Steve Kilbey, misty landscapes, and even an embalmed 1961 XK Falcon.

Earlier this year, a handful of lucky photographers joined World Photo Adventures and Australian Photography in Tasmania's Cradle Mountain. Here's what they got up to.

Sony Australia and New Zealand has announced the winners of the $44,000 Alpha Awards for 2022.

Australia's night sky will be illuminated by a trio of meteor showers starting from tonight - here's where to look.

The winners of the June edition of our free monthly competition have just been announced.

Film, photography, and now music competition, Out From The Mist has opened for entries for 2022.

A new exhibition on now at Victoria's Monash Gallery of Art (MGA) showcases more than 100 years of Australian landscape photography, exploring how perspectives and attitudes to nature have changed over time.