Beauty beats terror at World Photography Awards

April 26, 2017

Belgian photographer Frederik Buyckx has won the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards for his series, Whiteout, a set of winter landscape images taken in remote locations around Europe and Asia. Through his photos Buyckx, 2017 Photographer of the Year, explores … Continue reading


Warhol Foundation: Sue or be sued

April 18, 2017

The fair use exception to copyright infringement has resulted in US photographer Lynn Goldsmith being preemptively sued by the Warhol Foundation, after she claimed Andy Warhol copied photos she captured of the late pop musician Prince in the ’80s. The … Continue reading


Camera House announces Sony α9

April 20, 2017

Camera House has announced the $6999 Sony α9, featuring an all new ‘stacked’ full frame 24.2-megapixel Exmor RS sensor and 20fps continuous shooting. The camera will be available from June 2. (And yes it’s not a typo, Camera House did … Continue reading


BIFB announces headline David LaChapelle exhibition

April 20, 2017

The Ballarat International Foto Biennale has unveiled a major exhibition from iconic American photographer David LaChapelle will headline the month-long event, nationally exclusive to the festival. This will be the first time LaChapelle will present an exhibition in Australia. The exhibition consists of … Continue reading


Sony announces full-frame 100-400mm

April 20, 2017

Sony Australia has announced ‘its furthest reaching E-mount lens’, the FE 100-400mm F4.5–5.6 GM OSS Super Telephoto Zoom (model SEL100400GM). It will be released in Australia in July at a local price of $3999. (US price is US$2500.) It features … Continue reading

Fujifilm fleshes out GF lens range

April 19, 2017

Fujifilm has announced June availability of two new Fujinon lenses for the GFX-50S medium format camera – a GF 110mm f2 LM WR medium telephoto and GF 23mm f4 R LM WR super wide-angle lens. The medium telephoto, priced at $4299, … Continue reading


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