The winners of the annual Dog Photography Awards have been announced, with an Australian photographer sharing the honours for 2022.

Three People's Choice winners in the annual Head On photo awards have been announced.

The work of pioneering photographer, gallery director, collector and lecturer Joyce Evans OAM is set to be celebrated in a new self-titled book.

20 photos have made the cut in our final shortlist for the November ‘Portrait’ edition of our free monthly photo competition.

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

The 2023 World Press Photo Contest has opened for entries.

From a pair of red foxes sharing an intimate nuzzle, to a polar bear cub basking in a sea of flowers, 25 wildlife images have been named as in the running for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.

Landscape photographer Ken Duncan is set to open a new exhibition, Our Beautiful World, at his gallery in Erina, NSW, from this weekend.

A new photographic book is seeking to shine a light on Sydney's homeless community, while also showing the lives of those affected by homelessness with dignity, identity and voice.

We've partnered up with our friends at World Photo Adventures to publish a new, limited-edition book showcasing some of Darran Leal's best columns from the last decade of Straight Shooter, his regular feature in AP mag.

Sydney's Sunstudios and Canon have opened the 11th annual This Time It’s Personal 2022 exhibition showcasing the 'best' in Australian photography talent.

Thousands of onlookers at Perth's City of Light Festival watched on as a 'mass malfunction' during the city's light show caused more than 50 drones to fall from the sky into the Swan River on Sunday night.

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.