profiles

The death of Warren Clarke in January last year sent shockwaves through the tight-knit Australian documentary photography community. Sam Edmonds speaks to his friends about his legacy and the tear-long project to publish his retrospective book.

While publishing has undergone major changes in the digital age, one pro photographer has gone retro with his stylish new car magazine.

Brian Cassey’s career has led him to cover many of the major global events of the last 30 years. He speaks to Rob Ditessa about his work and the changing face of photojournalism.

Javier Garcia shares some of the secrets of great sports photography from his 20+ year career behind the lens.

After a brilliant idea from a Brisbane printmaker, a vintage camera and lens are now making their way around the world, being passed between the hands of some of Australia’s most celebrated photographers.

From snaps of surfing mates to award winning surrealism and dips with great white sharks, ocean photographer Warren Keelan is on the rise.

Learn about the work of the Hungarian-born photographer in this beautiful new video.

As principal photographer for the hit TV show ‘Game of Thrones’, Helen Sloan has a challenging brief. In this from the vault interview from 2014, AP tracks her progress from the Big Top to the big league.

Many of us have dreamed of ditching the day job to pursue our passions. This is how one aspiring image-maker successfully transitioned from tradie to top photographer.

Considered by many to be the godfather of street photography, Joel Meyerowitz has spent a lifetime perfecting his craft. Now for the first time a retrospective book charts his complete career from wide-eyed apprentice to one of the world’s great living photographers.

The launch of Keren Dobia’s first solo exhibition last year capped off a meteoric rise for the Melbourne-based portrait photographer. She shares why creativity, in all its wonderful forms, is at the heart of her work.

Born and raised in Perth but now calling Hong Kong home, photographer Peter Stewart has forged a career that’s marked him out as one of South-East Asia’s most exciting and original travel photographers.

Andrew Vukosav installed a Phase One to the underbelly of his plane and flew thousands of kilometres, over the course of hundreds of hours, for the sake of just 22 photographs.

A new book publisher is turning traditional business models on their head by harnessing the net and crowdsourcing images direct from the Australian photographic community. Here’s how to get your work in print, 21st Century style.

The benefits of photography to our mental health are often discussed, but rarely seen in practice. Mike O'Connor talks to photographer Craig Madsen and his son Cooper, who have both found benefits from photographing projects in their own unique way.