The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) is calling for entries to the most renowned and prestigious professional photography competition in Australia: the AIPP Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards (or ‘the APPAs’).
The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) is calling on professional photographers nationally to prepare and submit their entries for the annual Canon AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards.
The Australian Museum is calling for entries in its annual ø¢â‚¬ËœUp Close & Spineless’ competition, which focuses on animals without a backbone.
Entries for the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competition close on 27 March 2009 (20 March for postal entries).
Winning images from the 2008 Byron Underwater Festival have been announced.
A tribute DVD to digital imaging pioneer, Bruce Fraser, is now available a year after his death from a rare lung cancer.
An exhibition of photographs by well-known political satirist, Bryan Dawe, is on display at the Monash Gallery in Melbourne from 7 December, 2007 to 24 February, 2008.
The British Council is offering five scholarships to Australians working in creative fields such as visual arts, fashion, design, advertising, architecture, music, animation, digital media, performing arts, new media and computer games.
anon/AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year Awards.
Bookings have opened for the Nikon AIPP Event, which is touted as ø¢â‚¬Ëœthe biggest photography forum ever held’ in the Asia Pacific region.