Fresh from capturing the Women's World Cup, we spoke to Sydney photographer Danish Ravi about how he overcame the odds to capture world class shots at one of the biggest sporting events of 2023. Read more
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.
Aaron Dowling’s career as a landscape photographer started like many others, until the day he decided to throw the rule book out and start shooting for himself – with no rules, bar one – his images had to be exciting.
The 'Threshold Conversations' podcast has released an hour-long interview with famed photographer Ami Vitale.
While many photographers have struggled for creative output through COVID-19, Sydney-based photographer Jim A. Barker founded the “doortrait”. He speaks to AP about his unique project.
Hobart-based photographer Hillary Younger describes herself as a gypsy, never standing still while she travels to some of the most beautiful locations on earth. But the wilderness of Tasmania will always be home, as AP discovers.
Netflix has uploaded the Platon episode of its excellent 2017 documentary series “Abstract: The Art of Design” to YouTube.
Photographer Pauly Vella is one of Australia’s most followed Instagrammers, boasting a huge audience of more than 245,000 followers who share his love for beautiful travel and landscape images.
If you've ever wanted to step into the mind of one of our most talented exports, then we can highly recommend this great interview with our Mono Awards 2020 judge Jackie Ranken on the excellent Light Minded Podcast.
Photographer Douglas Kirkland's new exhibition, Three Weeks with Coco Chanel, opens at Perth's Claremont Quarter from this weekend. We sat down for a Q&A with the legendary portrait photographer ahead of the exhibition.
We sat down for a Q&A with Stephen Nielson, Director of Product Management for Photoshop, to talk 30 years of Photoshop and how developments in machine learning can enhance, and not detract from the creative process.
From the simplest tasks around the house, to not knowing if the footpath is flat or clear of obstructions, many things we take for granted on a day-to-day basis can be an issue for me.
Watch this great video on the life and work of photojournalist Lynsey Addario.
We sat down for a Q&A with Tom Hogarty, Senior Product Manager Adobe Lightroom, to find out how LR is adapting itself to mobile photography, the potential of machine learning and to find out about future tech developments.
A new exhibition opening this week features striking portraits depicting the same group of men as they evolve from childhood to adulthood – from boyhood in 2005, through adolescence in 2012, and into the young men they are today in 2019.