Papapetrou wins Bowness Photography Prize

October 24, 2017

Melbourne photographer, Polixeni Papapetrou, has won the $30,000 2017 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize for her photo Delphi from the project Eden. The Monash Gallery of Art (MGA) quietly announced the results for ‘Australia’s most coveted photography prize’ through … Continue reading


Aussie finalists in Hasselblad Masters

October 12, 2017

Three Australia photographers – Brisbane-based Glenn Hunt, New York-based Zoe Wetherall, and Victorian Will Dielenberg – are finalists in the 2018 Hasselblad Master contest. Hasselblad boiled the 31,500 entries down to 10 finalists in 11 categories. Hunt is a finalist in … Continue reading


Adobe splits and dims Lightroom

October 19, 2017

Adobe has announced major changes to its image editing software, Lightroom CC, which has been split into two apps – a new, entirely cloud-based, mobile and user friendly app, and the ‘old version’. Adobe subscribers can either stick with the … Continue reading


DJI steps into drone quarrel

October 20, 2017

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), which oversees drone regulation, has begun talks with drone manufacturer, DJI, about rolling out its geofencing system in Australia. Geospatial Environment Online (geo) fencing has been developed by DJI and is active in the … Continue reading


New photo licensing solution from NZ

October 20, 2017

Photo Toolbox, a New Zealand-based software developer, has launched the ‘world’s first’ dedicated image licensing solution, LicensePro, which aims to simplify the licensing process for photographers and clients. It’s essential a rights-managed licensing contract between a photographer and client is … Continue reading


SHORTS & BRIEFS: October 20

October 20, 2017

Drone rules tightened…Sun down the road…Optical exotica…Big numbers… Drone rules tightened The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has significantly tightened the rules on the use of recreational drones. New rules include: – Recreational drones must now never be flown within … Continue reading


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