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The Mono Awards 2021 opens for entries

© Karen Waller - Mono Awards 2020, People Category finalist

Our annual black-and-white photography competition, The Mono Awards, is now open for entries. Read more

 
Nikon D810, Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D Macro lens. 1/125s @ f36, ISO 80. Hand held with off-camera flash.

Behind the lens: The blue dragon

Glaucus Atlanticus – also known as Blue Dragons, are a beautiful and regular site on our beaches. Read more
Several pairs of great crested grebes nest on  a lake in Perth. I spent a week observing their behaviour around breeding time as this is when you get the most action. I only photographed in the first two hours after sunrise and before sunset. This image was taken in the morning when the light was still relatively soft. I lay on the grass at the edge of the lake, with a fast shutter speed ready for action. Because I had all focus points activated (the background being sufficiently far away) when the action happened I was able to quickly acquire focus and get the shot. Canon 1D X, EF600mm f/4L IS II USM +1.4x III lens (840mm). 1/6400s @ f6.3, ISO 400.

Bird photography 101: Capturing flight (Part one)

Capturing birds in flight is something every wildlife photographer wants to do, but where do you begin? Here are some ideas for surefire success at your next bird shoot. Read more
© Ann Shelton, an invitation to dance, 2020 - PHOTO 2021 Festival

Inaugural PHOTO 2021 festival kicks off in Melbourne this week

Jam-packed with a huge number of free in-person and virtual events, the inaugural PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography kicks off in Melbourne today. Read more
 
 
z6 II

Review: Nikon Z6 II

Nikon’s Z 6 was one of our favourite cameras of 2018, but that’s not to say it wasn’t without a few issues. Fast-forward two years, and its successor, the Z 6 II is now here. But is it any good? Mike O’Connor takes a look. Read more
© Jason Gulley, USA - Portrait of Adventure category winner and Overall competition winner, Frank Hurley Photography Awards 2020

Australian photographers make the top spots in Frank Hurley Photography Awards

A number of Australian photographers have been recognised in the inaugural Frank Hurley Photography Awards. Read more
© Maddy Stein - 'Warming Up'

January 'Unusual Angles' free monthly comp: the winners announced!

The Judge's Choice and People's Choice winners of our January monthly comp have just been announced. Read more

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