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

AIPP’s challenges the ‘start-up takeover’

The founders of two large Australian online photography platforms, Snappr and Photographers.com.au, 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

Copyright breaches – who you do you call?

The AIPP, the peak body representing Australian professional photographers, has been a leading light in fighting for the rights of photographers on a number of issues. The submissions made to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) regarding amendments to copyright … Continue reading