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photo 2021’s inside out art project to take over fed square

PHOTO 2021’s Inside Out art project to take over Fed Square

PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography will be taking over Fed Square with the global participatory art project Inside Out, initiated by French artist JR, to mark the opening week of the inaugural festival in February 2021. Inside Out...
head on festival review: every photograph tells a virtual story

Head On Festival review: every photograph tells a virtual story

Marcia Macmillan’s winning landscape photograph: Whimsical Warrior. Head On Festival Rather than cancel, organisers of the annual Head On Photo Festival announced they would deliver the 2020 program online. This includes live-streaming artist talks, panel discussions, photography workshops and...
framing the fearful symmetry of nature: the year’s best photos of landscapes and living things

Framing the fearful symmetry of nature: the year’s best photos of landscapes and living...

Detail from Reed Plummer’s photograph Surge, in which a breaking wave drops tons of water even as it pulls tons of sand from the sea bed.  South Australian Museum Nature. Some see it as beautiful...
2014 Winner Petrina Hicks

The William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize

The Australian home of photography Three reasons why you should be entering the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize 1. Be seen   All entrants' work will be seen by those that can make a difference to your career....

Arrival | Just Landed

Arrival. A photographic exhibition celebrating Melbourne's diversity and the warmth of human connection this winter. Safari ​and​ Melbourne Airport​ bring you ​Arrival. June 3 - 30th 2019. ​Think ​Humans of New York - being displayed in...

Bowness Photography Prize | Entries open

Entries open today Entries close 5pm Wednesday 10 July 2019 The Bowness Photography Prize has become an important survey of contemporary photographic practice and one of the most prestigious prizes in the country, providing Australian artists...
Better photos on your smartphone

How to take better photos with your smartphone, thanks to computational photography

A light-trails long exposure of London’s Tower Bridge, shot on iPhone8Plus using the NightCap app. Rob Layton, Author provided Each time you snap a photo with your smartphone – depending on the make and model –...
Matt Hughes

Artist Talk & Exhibition: Quiet Time: Above Savage River

Howdy People, I'm alocal Photographic Artist. I currently have an exhibition of work on display at the Gasworks Arts Park, Port Melbourne. This Saturday (after the Farmers Market) I shall doing an Artist Talk...