Aussies rule at winning photojournalism

Here’s a good news story for local photojournalists! Australians are over-achievers when it comes to the prestigious World Press Photo Contest. The world leading photojournalism contest published data in its 2018 Technical Report, which shows Australians win awards every year, … Continue reading

Photojournalism’s integrity under fire by WPP

When the 2014 World Press Photo (WPP) contest results were revealed earlier this month, they were accompanied by¬†WPP managing director Lars Boering’s comments regarding the ‘integrity of the entries‘. Boering (pictured right) said 20 percent of entries that made it … Continue reading

War photographers easy prey

‘Conflict reporting’, in particular photojournalism, has dramatically changed over the last decade. There has been a shift towards news companies commissioning work from freelance photographers in dangerous war zones, and it appears freelancers are all the more willing to put … Continue reading