Jim Thompson has been photographing Australia's birdlife for more than 70 years, but even now at the grand age of 93 he's not slowing down. Read more
Fresh from capturing the 2022 Women’s Rugby World Cup in Auckland, we sat down for a quick-fire Q&A with Getty photographer Fiona Goodall to find out what it takes to capture world class sporting shots on the grandest of stages.
Col Roberts’ incredible bird photography is the result of thousands of hours of field work in some of Australia’s toughest conditions. But his reward is never-before-seen images of finches and their remarkable behaviour.
Herald Sun photographer Alex Coppel has spent his career capturing iconic moments around the world. He joins AP to discuss photographic diversity, the changing industry, and what it means to be one of our most richly awarded press photographers.
Pro surf photographer Matt Dunbar continues to be shaped by the changing swells of the ocean he has photographed for more than a decade. He speaks to AP about weathering the tide as he charts a course from surfing to storytelling.
More than three years in the making, historian Peter Maddern has recently released The Eye of Wilkins, a new book celebrating the photographs of the pioneering explorer Sir George Hubert Wilkins.
Many of us have dreamed of turning our love for sports into a career. But what does it take to be a professional in an era when every fan has a camera and moments are gone in the blink of an eye? AP meets sports pro Rob Cianflone to find out.
Welcome to the ethereal, imaginary work of Sydney photographer and artist Pamela Pauline.
Each month Australian Photography features an image by a member of the Australian Photographic Society. In the October issue of the magazine, John Hodgson shared the story of this image, which he captured during an unplanned 10,000km road trip in 2020.
An in-depth interview with prominent Australian social photographer William Yang.
What does it mean to capture the essence of what we eat? AP meets two leading food photographers to discover how they create images that capture our attention and our tastebuds.
AP sits down with the icon of British street photography to discuss smartphones, documentary photography and the impact of social media on how we experience imagery.
In the halls and conference rooms of Parliament House, a select group of photojournalists captures the highs and lows of political life. AP spent a day in the Canberra Press Gallery to find out what it’s all about.
Alex Cearns isn’t just our best-loved pet photographer, she’s also someone who has tirelessly given back to her community. We talk portraiture, personalities and paying it forward with Australia’s master of animal photography.
As the spirit of reconciliation grows, and efforts continue towards developing an Indigenous voice to parliament and all levels of decision-making, a new book by leading Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam becomes charged with timely significance.
Photographer Ralph Kerle’s work is blurring the lines between fine art and photography, and he’s doing it all from the comfort of his kayak as Mike O'Connor discovers.
Late last year a new online community for female landscape photographers, In Focus Women, was launched aimed at breaking down some of the gender barriers in landscape photography.