AIPP plans the restructure

The AIPP is currently laying the groundwork to restructure, having appointed a committee to develop constitutional reform, along with hiring part-time administration contractors. Constitutional reform will require 75 percent of eligible members – approximately 1000 people – to vote in … Continue reading

Head On 2018 knocks it out of the park

An attribute common to many photographers featured at the 2018 Head On Photo Festival in Sydney is an implicit push for social or political change. That’s just about where the similarities end. Attendees will find stories about life, death, and … Continue reading

Anteater photo: fact or fiction?

Brazilian photographer, Marcio Cabral, has been disqualified from the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, after an investigation revealed his winning photo featured a taxidermy anteater. Cabral swears he’s innocent, and further online analysis of his photo has earned … Continue reading

AIPP’s challenges the ‘start-up takeover’

The founders of two large Australian online photography platforms, Snappr and, have identified the recent troubles facing the AIPP as a business development opportunity, and joined forces to invite disillusioned Institute members aboard. Snappr founders, Matt Schiller and Ed … Continue reading