The 2007 Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards, which represent the best of Australian professional photography, will be judged at the Photo Imaging World Exhibition in Melbourne this weekend.
A collection of the greatest Australian photography goes on display in Brisbane next month as part of the Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards (or ø¢â‚¬ËœAPPAs’) Travelling Exhibition.
The National Gallery of Victoria will mount the first Australian exhibition of the work of German photographer, Andreas Gursky, in November.
An exhibition of photographs by German contemporary photographer Andreas Gursky will open at the National Gallery of Victoria on 21 November 2008.
Join Photo Review Australia’s technical editor, Margaret Brown, on a 24 day adventure to South America, taking in Easter Island, Machu Picchu, La Paz, Lake Titicaca, Cuzco and the pristine Manu Jungle in the upper Amazon.
Amos Aikman has been announced as winner of the 2008 People’s Choice Award in the annual Head On portrait photography competition.
Papua New Guinea Tourism, Nikon and Pacific Blue have launched a photography competition that gives amateur photographers the chance to win a trip of a lifetime to Papua New Guinea and Nikon cameras.
Storm Gallery in Surry Hills is the venue for a new exhibition of flower photographs by Sue Jardin.
Indian photographer, Arup Ghosh, has been named as the Sony World Photography Awards Amateur Photographer of the Year.
Award-winning images from the AIPP Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPAs) go on display in Adelaide this evening in a free exhibition that opens at 6.30 pm.