Trent Parke, one of Australia's most respected contemporary photographers and our only Magnum member, is set to showcase his latest exhibition at the Michael Reid Gallery from today. Read more
The 2020 Earth Photo photography competition has opened for entries.
A number of photographic events have been scaled back as the Coronovirus has begun to leave its mark in Australia.
Rob Palmer’s portrait of Sydney whole-fish chef Josh Niland has been named the winner of the 2020 National Photographic Portrait Prize (the NPPP).
The winners of the richest prize for Antipodean photo books have been announced.
Parrtjima – A Festival in Light has announced its 2020 program, promising to pair new installations and events with festival favourites and immersive lit-up spaces.
28 images that celebrate the theme of 'Colour' have made the cut in our February photo competition.
If you've ever tried shooting sports with film, then you'll likely appreciate the challenges of shooting fast-moving subjects with a genre that is perhaps the most challenging of all to shoot in analogue.
Head On has announced the first 20 exhibitions that will headline the 2020 edition of the annual Australian photography festival.
Gold Coast photographer Kristian Laine was recently diving off the coast of Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef when he spotted one of the reef's rarest residents - a pink manta ray.
Ali Shokri's beautiful black and white images celebrate his love of nature and protecting wild places.
Find out who won our free monthly photo competition for January.
Apple has announced the winners of its iPhone Night mode photo challenge, a unique competition seeking the best images captured with the dedicated Night mode feature.
The World Photography Organisation has announced NSW photographer Adam Stevenson as the Australian National Award winner for the Sony World Photography Awards 2020.
Travel photo tour company World Photo Adventures (WPA) have announced the winner of the company's Personalised Travel competition.
Now in its fifth year, the competition has become globally renowned with entries coming in from 70 different countries and winners’ images reaching millions of people around the world.
Started in 2011, the Mobile Photography Awards are the longest running international competition for photos shot and edited exclusively on mobile phone/tablet devices.